Sensory Music Making

Published on Monday, 3/4/2013 3:34 pm | by Inclusive and Adaptive Recreation | Automatically Archived on 3/4/2013

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This caregiver/child music class will be specific to children who are non-verbal, with minimal means of communication, extreme shyness, stranger anxiety, or sensory issues. Activities will encourage self expression, and self confidence.  Children will work on developmental milestones, and age appropriate social interactions.  Activities to increase hand eye coordination, gross motor and fine motor skills will be incorporated into each class. Activities will include the use of music, movement, instruments, parachute, bubbles as well as others to have a fun, positive learning experience.

DAY:     Thursday              

TIME:  9:30 – 10:30 AM

AGES:    2-5              

WHERE:  FCC Room 2

Session 1: Jan. 10-Feb. 14          

COST:    $118

Session 2: Feb. 28-March 28   

COST:    $98

 

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