Live Virtual: The Power of Music as an Inclusive Tool in Early Childhood Settings

Music is a powerful and inclusive tool that is often overlooked or under utilized in early childhood settings. This training provides the research and rationale for using music to help engage young learners, aid transitions, and teach new skills or expected behaviors. This training also introduces you to a new acronym “T.A.M.E.”, which can be used to help providers when considering what songs to incorporate in their early childhood setting and how to make it inclusive. Finally, this training explores the concepts of piggyback songs and an early childhood song bag—both of which you will be able to start using as soon as tomorrow! This course is appropriate for all early care and educational professionals.


Course Details

  • KDHE Approved:Yes
  • Clock Hours:2
  • CDA Subject Area:2 - 2 - Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • KS/MO Core Comp Area:II. Learning Environment and Curriculum
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