Music: “23 pieces that demonstrate different emotions”
Unique and Inspiring! Music helps children learn about feelings and ways to express their emotions. Using music to teach emotions helps children to recognize and talk about the different feelings that the musical pieces inspire, while doing very fun activities.
As they listen to the emotional pieces of music they learn about their feelings like sad, angry, and happy. They will learn how a quick tempo can make them feel happy and what melancholy is, as the tones elicit a feeling of sad. Created by a professional music therapist, special for this program, your students will be able to discuss the differences in music according to the emotions it makes them feel. For the anxious child, music will help reduce their stress and give them more focus for the task at hand.
Children are inspired socially with music, even when they do not have language skills or share a common language because music builds a bridge between them and others. In addition to the emotions that are brought about and then shared through music, increases their bonding together.
Music also helps kids release pent up energy, which every teacher and parent knows about being a distracting force when it’s time to learn. Kids especially respond to music through their natural kinetic intelligence. Music motivates their creativity and engages them in movement in a safe environment. Especially for our young kids who are highly emotional, when they are given an exciting outlet for those emotions.
The Musical elements is great for children in the Preschool and Kindergarten ages. It has been especially proven good for Music Therapy and Movement Therapy. The music score provided on CD’s can be used for music lessons, too!