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Jill here from jillsMusic.
As included below, this is my Child Music News and Blog about important Music Events, Articles on Children's Music and relevant Academic Studies on children's music and development.
This page offers you two types of time-sensitive information in children's music:
Give your child music, the gift of music in early childhood through Jill's inciteful wisdom and depth of knowledge of child music
Jill is an early childhood music education specialist, who is committed to providing high quality early music experiences that nurture the whole child
What is the best music for preschool child? What are the best musical experiences for children in the early years: to nurture a love of music and an ability to read and play an instrument
Did you see it? Tuesday 8 March 2016 on ABC Catalyst. Where music enabled a Parkinson sufferer who shuffled to dance a waltz with the person who was supporting him. Also the lady who could not speak after listening to her music playlist spoke eloquently about her memories.
The program was called Music and the Brain and is at this link http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/4421003.htm
How powerful is MUSIC. An excellent watch.
jills Jottings Music News Letter is FREE, inspiring, thoughtful and contains easy to use ideas that enable you and your child to make music together and to nurture music in the early years
Fun and exciting times at Jill's School Holiday Activities Hornsby
Venue dates for Jill's early childhood music classes where children explore their voices and develop confidence, nurture self-esteem, enhance their linguistic and numeracy skills, and much much more
A Musical Playgroup on Friday 3 OCTOBER at 10.00AM & 11.00AM, with percussion exploration and play, song and rhyme, stories and games and craft. Bring morning tea for family and friends. What fun!
On Wednesday, Jill conducted a Music Workshop for fellow educators at the Kodaly Music Education Institute of Australia (KMEIA) Conference in Sydney, Australia which focused on birth to 3 years, her specialty area.
On Tuesday Jill completed 6 months as the in-residence Educator of the teachers in the Macquarie University's Early Childhood Centres. The time concluded as it had started, with an interactive and participative Workshop. The Centres hope to repeat the training in 2015.
At jillsMusic today the children had a ball talking like pirates and dressed as Pirates and Sailors and sang a sea shanty called "Way Haul Away" and put treasure into a treasure chest and sang "There's A Treasure". What fun!
Jill is presenting a very practical Workshop in music and Under Threes from her own classes with children, parents, teachers and uniquely as a grandmother with Baby SOH. Grounded in Jill's own research and experience.
Just around the corner are the Baby proms at the Sydney Opera House from 10 to 21 September. Don't miss out, tickets are sold quick.
Jill is involved in co-Research at Macquarie University in 2014 and mentoring teachers in the Early Learning Centres.
APRIL SCHOOL HOLIDAYS CREATIVE PLAY - 12 - 27 April 2014, 10AM - 4PM. Imagine and create with creative play at Sydney Opera House! During the April school holidays children aged 4+ Years.
School Holiday Activities Woollahra and Eastern Suburbs now available
Be inspired by this collection of creative thinking in child music and education
Baby Proms have been running for over 30 years at Sydney Opera House and are the perfect introduction to a live performance for children aged 2 - 5.
BABIES PROM - THE NUTCRACKER30 NOVEMBER 2013 – 22 DECEMBER 2013Venue: Studio Presented by: Sydney Opera House
Jills Music in Eastern Suburbs and Northern Suburbs. A music specialist who goes further to ask “WHY AND HOW DO WE TEACH WHAT WE TEACH?” by looking at the research in the early childhood music field
Jills Music is the place to be ... see Jills Music through the testimonials of others
Nursery songs are so important in childhood as they help create all those family bonds. Here is a growing collection of the best, and an opportunity to share your favourite of all your nursery songs?
Ducks are a favorite of rhymes, and Five Little Ducks is no exception
Read how NannyJay and BabySOH explore the power of music on this Wordpress Child Music blog
Join the do re mi music classes in Thornleigh for fun, dynamic and professional attention to the 0 to 5 years age bracket including special needs
Easy steps to complete your enrolment at jillsMusic Early Childhood Music Studios
In the baby music classes parents and carers learn lots of songs and rhymes to use at home, where you can find the most important teachable moments
Jill is attending the International Early Childhood Music Education Conference (ECME)in Corfu Greece and will be involved in the assisting with the Papers on Thursday. The theme is Making the World a Better Place Through Music with daily focuses including Facilitating Musical Beginnings, Interaction & Collaboration, and researchers from around the world sharing traditional early childhood music from their countries. More to come ...
Jill has completed co-writing Research with two fellow researchers from Macquarie University, Sydney Australia on the impact of early childhood music on child/parent communications and connections.
Whilst children music games are an important part of jillsMusic it is the educational pedagogy that makes jillsMusic unique and outstanding
Attending and presenting at Music Education Conferences by Jill from jillsMusic brings music innovations and new ideas to her Classes in Sydney
The Early Years Learning Framework was developed by Council of Australian Governments (COAG - State and Federal) to assist early childhood educators to maximise childrens learning potential
Music is one of the 7 intelligences and overlaps into several others .. contact me at JillsMusic to learn more
Learn the best music for babies when you attend a class at jillsMusic with your child and have fun and learn what music to do at home and when out
When your baby responds to the special baby music, movement and interactive actives at jillsMusic you will be thrilled as your baby starts to become totally involved in the music
Today I sang "This Little Piggy" with my grand-daughter in the park. She laughed and loved it each time it was sung and I touched her fingers. This is what jillsMusic is all about ... being ready for those magical musical moments. There are lots of nursery songs. Have a look at this growing list of favourites.
Today Jill co-presented a Paper on research undertaken in Sydney at the OMEP International Conference in Hong Kong. Details to come ...
On 7 July Jill will be co-Presenting at the Conference for Organización Mundial para la Educación Preescolar which is Spanish for World Organisation for Early Childhood Education. Bringing back exciting new researched ideas for her Classes !
Ring Around The Rosie has a surprising story embedded in history and is traditionly associated with dire circumstances
Hot Cross Buns taste yummy and this song is a favourite of young children so learn much more about it here for your little ones
Enjoy "Gregory Griggs" the happiest baby and child bounce rhyme that is simply FUN!
Did you know that a tapping foot rhyme or song is an excellent way to introduce your Baby or young one to the joys of music and rhythm - veryone has fun!
The Teddy Bear Picnic nursery song is well known around the world. Why is that? Here is an exploration of this famous child song and rhyme
Jingle Bells is a Rhyme that is usually heard at Christmas time in the nursery. Is this your favourite nursery song at Christmas?
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star has always been a favourite nursery rhyme. What is the real story behind this popular nursery song?
Jack and Jill is just one of so many rhymes that are a lot of fun and this one always intrigued me from when I was little. How do you mend a head with
Why did Humpty Dumpty have a great fall?
Five days of music, educational good practise and new thinking from every continent in the world. As hosts, there were Chinese concerts, instrumentals, an Opera, dance, a harp orchestra (wow) and the famous Tea Ceremony. Great to catch up with colleagues. So much learnt, and so much to share with you.