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I have a terrible voice and can't carry a tune, but I feel very strongly that rhythm and music do have a positive impact on learning for the smallest of infants all the way to adolescents, adults and the geriatric population. I sing to my babies from the day they are born and, months down the road, I see they recognize the songs and rhythms. They eventually, babble, hum and sing along.
As a speech therapist and mother, I use music and song to my advantage to teach my…Continue
Autumn, afraid, apple, acorn, bale (of hay), cider, cobweb, cool, cold, corn, crisp, fear, feast, football, gourd, Halloween, harvest, haystack, leaf, leaves, maize, November, nuts, October, pine cone,…Continue
Added by Tobi Isaacs on October 17, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
There is nothing more special than our children behaving in caring ways towards other children with disabilities. Although this should be the norm, the National Center on Secondary Education and Transition paints a different picture with the wealth of research showing children…Continue
Added by Tobi Isaacs on October 4, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments