Here Are Our Picks (click on the names to listen) I love this list as it is as varied as our emotions and all our life’s experiences. Please, share your life’s music in the comments below! Music to work to: Jerry Garcia & David Grisman “The Thrill Is Gone” Music to rock out to:
In her book, The Well Balanced Child, Sally Blythe describes that the director of her son’s boys choir told her that all his singers’ reading skills improved within six months of joining the group, regardless of whether they were formerly good readers or poor readers! As we gain more information on how the brain plays,
Music is as old as humankind. It is one of the earliest teachers. Primitive tribes used drums to communicate with other tribes, and Aboriginal Australians still keep their history alive through the musical tradition of the songline. Music helps guide our emotions through such milestones as marriage, death, and birth. It is much more important
Just when you thought you were out of school! Keep playing and you’ll be working on the learning skills below. Anticipation grows to Wonderment Surprise leads to Astonishment Pleasure develops into Fun Understanding leads to Mastery Strength builds Creativity Poise equates Balance.
The architects and builders I know often speak of a gut-level understanding of how things fit together. They credit the development of this intuition to the hours of hands-on play in which they took part during childhood. The hand and finger motions used to manipulate toys, puzzles, locks and other play materials are directly tied