This experience is all about finding examples of rhythm from your surroundings, e.g. a ticking clock or a noisy washing machine. Or, if you're outside, a pedestrian crossing or birdsong.
Episode 9: Rhythm, Self-Expression and Child-Led Music with Fraser Stone
Creative Skills Manager Heather Armstrong spoke with musician and educator Fraser Stone.
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Wee Inspirations are are ideas you can send to the families you work with, or use in your setting. If you want to access all the Wee Inspiration idea cards, head to the main Wee Inspirations webpage.
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