Music and Early Literacy: Using Music to Support Literacy
About the training
Babies and children love music. Music is a useful form of self-expression which can inspire participation, interaction and movement while also supporting the development of early literacy skills. In this session, delegates will explore the theory and evidence behind the importance of using music with children and also practical and easy ways to provide music and music making experiences at nursery or in the home.
Course Aims and Objectives
The variety of activities and information included in this course are designed to:
- Help practitioners to further understand how music supports literacy development
- Encourage the use of music activities with children to help support literacy
- Explore the use of singing, instrumental music and listening activities
- Explore how music can support bonding and attachment and how this impacts learning
Course Length: 2 hours
Delegate Numbers: 12 to 20 people
Delegates must be working with children aged 1 to 2 years.
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