Montessori Music

This page contains links to all of the posts I have written to date in an ongoing series about music in the Montessori home environment.  I will update this page as I continue on in the series, so feel free to check back some time in the future!

Note:  I've tried to make the pictures a link as well as the post titles.  However, it seems that the links keep "breaking."  If you click on a picture and wind up on an error page, use your browser back button to get back here and click on the post title instead.



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4 comments:

  1. These are great! I love these posts!

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  2. I still remember your first post where you described how you adapted and painted the bells to make them Montessori-friendly. How brilliant! I voted your music series my #1 favorite Montessori posts for 2012! http://tinyurl.com/9wzb45k

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  3. Suzanne,

    I am super surprised and touched by that! Thank you!

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  4. Good post! Educators, behavioral scientists and researchers, medical professionals, and child development specialists are confirming that musical training can significantly enhance child development. Several studies indicate that exposure to music listening, learning, and playing music, does have beneficial effects for children of preschool and elementary age. Active musical training, in particular, can improve their problem-solving skills, physical coordination, poise, concentration, memory, visual, aural and language skills, self-discipline, as well as their self-confidence and ability to learn.

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