One of my favorite things to do here on the blog is to create a series around a topic relevant to my music therapy sessions with children.
Last summer, I created a summer blog series on how to incorporate Sensational (or sensory-based) Activities into your music therapy sessions with children with autism.
The series was a hit!
Check out the videos and blog posts if you haven’t already (or revisit them again!) and see what you can incorporate into your sessions this week:
This summer I’ve been brainstorming what new series I can create!
One of my favorite things to do is to incorporate MOVEMENT into my music therapy sessions, especially when working on academic concepts. Movement engages the body and the brain in the learning. So, starting next week, I’ll be blogging on how to incorporate movement – moving and grooving, if you will – into your music therapy sessions!
I have videos, sheet music, and songs to share.
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See you next week when I share my first video!
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