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Exploring Music Around the World – Volume 3 DVD

Exploring Music Around the World – Volume 3 DVD

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It's been proven that a child's brain development is profoundly affected by being involved in music. Exploring Music was created by Lisa Adams, a piano and voice teacher who has a BA in Music Education and 30 years of experience.

Lisa’s vision for Exploring Music developed from her own observation of the positive effect music had on her students and she felt called to share those effects with other children. From research she discovered that “…early musical experiences can dramatically enhance a child’s ability to acquire language, vocabulary and sensory motor skills, spatial reasoning, logic and rhythm skills” to quote Elizabeth Stilwell from the Early Childhood Center at Cornell University.

Designed for children ages 2 through early elementary, this is not a baby-sitting tool; it is an educational tool that uses fun and games to help develop a child's brain, body, and spirit. and their bodies and their spirit.

Volume 3 Around the World DVD

Examples of Songs & Lessons

The High and Low game uses a slide whistle to demonstrate sounds going higher and lower, for each change the children respond by moving up and down for the movement in sound. This lesson is particularly good for kinesthetic learners. who will understand the concept better through acting it out, instead of simply observing or hearing a lecture.

Going Crazy is a fun, silly song that demonstrates low to high and slow to fast and builds coordination as motions switch from hand to hand. Interaction and positive discussion with your student during the video once they are familiar with the song and the motions would be a great way to reinforce learning the difference between left and right!

The American traditional song Ten in the Bed  reinforces counting backwards and helps children gain confidence with singing because it is an easy song to stay on pitch with. Students love this lesson because let’s face it, children love to fall over.  The fun easy motions are great for using up that extra wiggle energy and aid in retention.

New musical concepts are introduced in the Adagio/Allegro lesson demonstrated by Tina the Turtle.

Patty Cake – a well-loved traditional American clapping game where children experience slow to fast tempo. This lesson helps them build hand coordination with hand clap motions and is tons of fun!

Head and Shoulders helps reinforce naming body parts and coordination. This is a great lesson for younger students who are still learning their body parts and a fun way to build self-control for older students because they learn to stay on beat and not rush through the song because of their excitement.

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File Last Updated:
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This title was added to our catalog on February 10, 2016.
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Exploring Music