The power of voice, song and rhythm in programs with young children
Early Childhood Educators, Family Resource Program Facilitators and anyone who works with families with young children will come together to learn and share about the power of voice, song and rhythm and its uses in early learning programs in this interactive webinar.
Participants will learn simple vocal exercises and tips in preparation for singing. New songs and rhymes will be shared and participants will have the opportunity to consider which songs work well for online participation. In addition, challenges and ideas around the use of songs and rhymes in early learning programs will be discussed.
About the Facilitator
Dawn Zoe Simpson is an Early Childhood Educator, Family Resource Program Facilitator and Parent-Child Mother Goose Facilitator. She also leads a “Family Rhythm, Rhyme & Movement” program for families with young children. Her vocal learning has included training with David Smukler and Canada’s National Voice Intensive. A lifelong learner with a background in classical piano, Dawn Zoe enjoys playing accordion, composing and improvising music. She strongly believes in the power of song to connect and build community.
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