I am so excited to celebrate the one year anniversary of Tuneful Teens. Be sure to read this entire post to find out how you can win a *FREE* copy!
I cannot believe it has been one year since Tuneful Teens: Creative Ideas for Engaging Adolescents was launched. I remember coming up with the idea to put together this E-Book and it feels like just yesterday I was emailing my newsletter subscribers to tell them about the big news.
The music therapy community has been so supportive. I have loved hearing the success stories and adaptations that have come from the ideas in this book. So far…
* It has sold over 200 copies!
* It is being used in 12 different countries around the world…including Belgium, Scotland, Ireland, England, Canada, and Poland!
How cool is that?
In addition to the musical games, instrument jam ideas, auditory perception & listening activities, social skills interventions, sheet music, and game templates, I have also included a Pop Song Hot List in Tuneful Teens!
Because the songs that are considered “cool” and “in” are constantly changing, this list is updated every six months. Everyone who purchases Tuneful Teens receives one free update! All you have to do is follow Wholesome Harmonies on Facebook or Twitter to see when updates come out.
Here’s what others are saying about Tuneful Teens:
“When I first started out as a new music therapist, the population that intimidated me the most was the tween and teen crowd. That’s why I was so excited when my friend and fellow music therapist Amy Kalas launched her E-book, Tuneful Teens. Amy provides everything you need — step by step procedures, templates, sheet music, etc. — to implement the interventions in your music therapy sessions. I highly recommend Amy’s book!”
– Rachel Rambach, MM, MT-BC
“I received both E-Books–thank you! I love the ideas, and am going to adapt the games for teens with my senior population. These are really nice resources; thank you again! I was thrilled to find such valuable resources!”
– Melanie McWreath
“I REALLY enjoyed the Tuneful Teens book and am so glad I got it. It gave me a bunch of wonderful ideas for my individual and my group sessions! The things I’ve used the most so far since I purchased the book are the Auditory Perception Training (APT) exercises as well as the movement APT exercises. I’ve made Music Bingo sheets before, but for older adults with aphasia – I’ve never thought of making them for kids before, what a great idea! … Keep the good stuff comin’!”
– Stephanie Scheffel, MM, MT-BC
In honor of the 1 year anniversary, I will be giving away one *FREE* copy of Tuneful Teens to a newsletter subscriber! Click here to sign up and find out all the details on how to win!
I cannot thank you enough for your support and encouragement with this E-Book. I am already exploding with ideas for Tuneful Teens 2….stayed tuned!
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