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Staying Home for Vacation

      Summertime can be full of fun and exciting activities including vacations. My family and I have shared many adventures including camping, white water rafting, visiting amusement parks (we love roller coasters) just to name a few trips. But a vacation does not...

Pinwheels, Blowing in the Wind!

 One of my favorite songs that I shared with all the children I work with was a song that I created last year. It’s called the “Pinwheel Song”. I wanted to create a song that would help some of my children learn to position their mouth and lips with an “oh” , take a...

Balls of Fun!

I want to share with you another great prop that I have been using. This is another prop created by my sister. I hope you remember how much I raved about her plush snowballs and how much fun it was to sing and count with them. I put the snowballs away for the time...

Songwriting can be fun!

Today I want to share with you a springtime song written by another music therapist. I came across this song in a podcast called “On-The-Go Studio”. This podcast was created by Wade Richards and Megan Resig, both music therapists practicing in New York. Megan created...

I Want To Play!

I love to watch kids explore my box of rhythm instruments. The children I share music with sometimes express their interest in the grey box that I carry with me and ask “when can we play with the instruments?” Instruments are not only fun to play, but there are a lot...

Snow Much Fun! Counting Snowballs

In my new book I share with my readers 7 activities you can use at home with your child to help alleviate stress. Some of the activities describe using different kinds of props such as scarves. Scarves have always been a favorite with some of my clients. Today I want...

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