24 Oct · Linda · No Comments

Fun with Tambourines

Tambourines are great instruments because they give instant feedback and are easy to use. This Fall, I taped different pictures of items we see during the season to the front of each tambourine. I used a fantastic new tape I found at our local teacher’s store, The Chalkboard, called Mavalus tape. It has awesome holding …

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16 Mar · Linda · No Comments

St. Patrick’s Day Activity

I always have fun planning activities around a St. Patrick’s Day theme!  There’s a large variety of music that can be used….instrumental jigs and reels, vocal standards, music that is fast or slow, etc. In addition, there are rainbows, shamrocks, pots of gold and anything the color green!   Here is a fun intervention I …

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31 Aug · Linda · No Comments

First Week of School

The first week of school has come to a close and we are off to a great start in music therapy!  Many of my students are in new schools or have new classmates; therefore, it was important to encourage social interactions.  In order to learn each other’s names and improve awareness of others, we played …

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30 Jul · Linda · 2 Comments

Working on Social and Motor Skills

Looking for an activity that ties in perfectly with the summer?  I have an awesome intervention that addresses social and motor skills.  Best of all, it can be used with individuals of all ages and abilities. Earlier this year, I bought a huge, latex free, beach ball from the American Sales store.  I brought it …

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