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This book is here to assist you in preparing sessions that will appeal to both preschoolers and older adults leaving you time to enjoy all the benefits these groups provide.…

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A 21-page, step-by-step guide and interactive worksheets that will prepare you for any networking event.

Erin Lunde, MT-BC, runs her private practice out of her home in Minneapolis, MN. In addition to working as a music therapist, Erin has always been writing in some fashion.…

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Songs for Growth is a collection of 17 original songs designed to foster development of academic and functional skills in children, adolescents and young adults. Designed for the music therapist…

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ou Can Strum Volume 1 introduces the student to the joy of guitar through the Chord Buddy. It provides beginner step by step instructions, practice exercises, and 20 children songs…

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By Wade Richards This comprehensive E-book outlines how to use the Richards’ Modified Tuning (an alternate tuning designed for students with special needs) and teach basic and extended chords step…

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80 pages of children’s songs for speech, language & hearing goals written by a Speech-Language Pathologist and a Board-Certified Music Therapist.

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Tapping, Shaking, Music Making! is a digitally downloaded songbook containing 12 Listen & Learn songs for playing instruments — including rhythm sticks, shakers, bells, drums, castanets, cabasa, ukulele, and more. Not…

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The author, Lisa Barnett, wanted to find a vehicle that would bring students with autism together with their peers in general education. The “My House” book provided a missing link…