March 26, 2019

I love the book Oh, the Places You’ll Go! By Dr Seuss.  My copy has been well loved by me and my children.  The cover is taped together and some of the pages have been ripped or scribbled on.   This week has been especially busy but I still managed to do some re-focusi...

March 19, 2019

I love using flannel boards with my toddler classes.   It’s a great visual element.  In small groups or individual sessions, children can help me put the pieces on the board.  For counting rhymes it works well to have a tactile visual representation of the numbers....

March 12, 2019

What role does music play in your life and in your home?  Do you or your children play an instrument?  Do you always have the radio on?  Does music help you relax, to connect with your spirituality, to express your emotions? 

Some thoughts on making music...

March 5, 2019

When I went to school for music therapy, the research focus was on quantitative research, that is to say research that produces measurable results. Does one treatment work better than another and by how much?  What are the differences between baseline, immediately afte...

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