Singing for play, for intervention, for joy!
SInging has been a uniquely human activity since the dawn of time. But slowly we have been losing the benefits of sharing singing experiences live and with our children and communities.
With so much scientific research pointing to holisitic and specific positive effects of music, it is time to reclaim live, shared singing experiences!
This may be especially true for young children with neurodevelopmental challenges
Check out what's being done at
Resources for Early Childhood Development & Music
by Kaja Weeks, Developmental Music Educator