Tag Archives: preschool

A year’s worth of ideas…

Whether you work with children or adults, it’s almost inevitable that various holiday topics are going to arise in your work as a music therapist (or teacher, mom, aid…). While it’s not always necessary to include holiday discussion in a … Continue reading

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Reproducible Books!

When do two books turn into unlimited books? When you buy reproducibles! On one of my trips to the local teacher’s supply store in the last couple of years, I found several “Take-Home Reader” reproducible books that I wanted, but … Continue reading

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Fruit Shakers

Before I begin, let me make a sincere apology to my readers (if there are any left). It seems I fell off the face of the blogging planet during the latter part of this year. So sorry! I apparently didn’t … Continue reading

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Just Buzzing Around…

I have been doing a song by Raffi to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It,” called “Spider on the Floor.” The kids absolutely ADORE the song and if I’m not mistaken, the staff members and other … Continue reading

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Hop Into Spring!

I was so glad to have sunshine and warmth yesterday that I opened the windows and cleaned house. Here’s to spring! My allergies may make me pay for it later, but that’s a chance I decided to take. As the … Continue reading

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Story Songs

I have attended many conference sessions on using story songs for music therapy, specifically with school-aged children, and each time I do I find myself inspired to come home and make about 50 books. The problem with this is that … Continue reading

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