Tue, 23 Nov|
Zoom online event
Storytelling With Music and Instrumental Play
Focusing on stories and much loved traditional tales this event explores multi-sensory ideas to introduce stories and encourage children to create and vocalise their own.
Time & Location
23 Nov 2021, 13:00 – 15:00
Zoom online event
About The Event
23rd November | 1:00PM – 3:00PM
£30 per attendee
Why attend this training?
Focusing on stories and much loved traditional tales this event explores multi-sensory ideas to introduce stories and encourage children to create and vocalise their own. . If you work with babies and young children, are a speech and language specialist, work in a nursery setting or are a parent this practical, fun session is for you!
What to expect from this session?
Favourite songs and rhymes are shared as miniature stories that provide inspiration for sound play, vocalising and spontaneous creative adventure. Emotional play including humour will enrich your ideas for adventure through words. Expect:
· Introduction to early vocalising with musical games and sound play
· Lively, practical musical examples to bring stories to life
· Ideas to encourage spontaneous creativity with songs, rhymes and traditional tales
· An insight to developing language by combining music with reading
· Seeing how musical storytelling supports the Early Childhood Foundation Stages
· Access to teaching resources, downloads, recordings and links to further reading
Who is this session for?
Early years practitioners, childminders and people working with very young children, toddlers or young children.
Participants will each receive downloadable resources, a recommended list of books and mini-stories and up-to-date information guiding participants in music making and language development, including a download link to Understanding Music in Early Childhood and the national early years music guidance: Music Development Matters in the Early Years.
No music training or experience necessary!
Led by Emma Hutchinson, founder of Music House for Children and early years music specialist and trainer.
Emma has an MA in early childhood music and over 30 years of teaching, training and research experience. She has presented many training events, courses and literature on the significance of music in early childhood.