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This book gives information, ideas and principles for music with three to five year olds that are both down-to-earth and up-to-date. Written in a style which is engaging and readable, it integrates recent theory and practice illustrating the discussion with examples and ideas taken from real life.
Chapters in this inspiring and engaging book show practitioners how to:
Early years practitioners and students will find this a valuable introduction to music with young children. More experienced practitioners will find the contemporary ideas a source of inspiration.
Books in this series address key issues for early years practitioners working in today’s Foundation Stage environments. Each title is packed full of practical activities, support, advice and guidance, all of which is in line with current government early years policy. The authors use their experience and expertise to write accessibly and informatively, emphasising through the use of case studies the practical aspects of the subject, whilst retaining strong theoretical underpinnings throughout.
'This book provides a thoughtful and inspiring guide to using music in its many forms as a way to support and extend young children's early learning experiences … Music 3-5 is an invaluable resource for students at all levels of training as well as for established early years practitioners' Early Years Update
Acknowledgements To Begin PART 1: CONTEXTS First Things First Pedagogy Musical Childhoods Musical Neighbourhoods PART 2: MUSIC WITH CHILDREN Listening Voices Instruments Dancing In To Other Modes To End
The books in this exciting new series have been written to closely mirror major modules in the GNVQ in Childcare (levels 1 & 2). Packed full of illustrations, practical ideas, support and advice, this series addresses the key issues arising from working in today’s nursery and school environments.
Benefit from the experiences of our highly qualified authors to help you captivate and inspire the children in the early years of their education.