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Looking for session ideas that address IEP goals? Here are (lucky) 7 of my go-to activities! Singable Books: How to Catch a Leprechaun The Night Before St. Patrick's Day I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover The Luckiest St. Patrick's Day Ever Gross Motor Movement & Following Directions: Koo Koo Kangaroo: "Shamrock Shake" Learning Station: "Boom Chicka Boom St. Patrick's Day" Lyric Analysis: "Lucky" - Britney Spears Questions to ask while you're reading the lyrics and listening to the

Music for Fun: Leisure-Based Music Activities for Kids and Teens by Kyle Fleming, MT-BC The COVID-19 pandemic required many music therapists and educators to drastically shift their approach to engaging musically with their students and clients. For Kyle Fleming, MT-BC, this meant suspending therapeutic programming and finding new and unique ways to engage clients musically and creatively. These activities are now available via Kyle's e-book: "Music for Fun:Leisure-Based Music Activities for Kids and Teens" This e-book

A few of my favorite Thanksgiving songs and singable books for this time of year 🦃🍁.I've included songwriting activity based on Dido’s, “Thank You”. I’ve used it all week and it’s so fun to see who my students want to pay tribute to!The other singable books and songs (including the Golden Girls theme song) are great for WH-questions and self-expression!

Music + Mudras highlights the significance of yoga and music practice and combines elements of music and hand yoga poses (hasta mudras), from the wisdom tradition of Yoga, to create fun and accessible experiences for all populations, ages 6 through adulthood. These experiences guide students in feeling comfortable in their bodies and confident in life while also supporting them with quieting their minds and harmonizing with their natural rhythms (or self-regulating). Check

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