Part of the power of a music-based program is the ability to help children find their own voice. Songs have a way to say things that might be difficult to express in a discussion. As you celebrate the voice of your class, remember that when children feel supported to speak in their own word and even in their own way, they build the foundational skills of self-esteem and self- awareness.
What Pre-K child doesn’t love a marching band? An important part of feeling a part of a group is the experience of making sound and music together, and marching bands are the best! In this music and movement activity, children develop self-awareness skills as they explore the different vocal and rhythmic sounds they can make to create a marching band. Let’s get up and get moving while building self-esteem and self-advocacy skills for the Speak Up band.
Children express themselves in this fun game with music and play while exploring the power of using their own unique voice to speak up.