‘Music as play’ is an essential part of development. It underpins communication and is a key part of children’s culture. Music doesn’t have to be songs or performances, it doesn’t even need to involve instruments, but it does need to involve people. Music is a fundamental part of the multisensory Smörgåsbord board that is communication. A message that Glossy maned 90’s rockers, Extreme
Music as play
Over the last 10 to 15 years Skoogmusic has been working to help enable and support musicality and musical play for children who face barriers to ‘
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Join me for a webinar session exploring music, musical play and a practical look at how we can use technology to support different kinds of musical activities and music making opportunities.
Tips for making music with children and adults who have Autism.
During the webinar, we will be looking at three distinct strands:
- Exploring sound
- Playing with and creating your own
- How technology can be really effective in supporting and engaging those with Autism, as well as how we can create conditions for success.
Over the last 10 to 15 years technology has come such a long way. Today there are some really great resources out there that don’t need any particular musical training or experience. Which are perfect for getting started with music.
Make sure you are registered for Skoogmusic’s upcoming webinar. If anyone has any specific questions they’d like covered in the webinar please do email those in here.
Chat soon, Ben.