The Joy of Singing Inspires a Love of Language and Creativity
Date(s) - May 18, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Days Inn and Conference Centre
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Come out and join us as we welcome Charlotte Diamond to present a 2 hour workshop! Through her “easy to follow” P.R.I.Z.E. Method, (The use of Props and Puppets, Rhythm and Movement, Imagination, Zipper Songs and Echo Songs), Charlotte inspires educators to take full advantage of songs and rhythmic stories for the development of language, creativity, social and communication skills. Her techniques capture the interest of children with delayed language and speech development.
Few activities use more of the brain than singing and moving rhythmically. Adding verses and playing with rhymes develop verbal flexibility. Singing together builds a sense of unity and cooperation where children can take creative risks to speak or sing their own ideas. “I am a Pizza” can become “I am a Bubble”, “I am a T-Rex” …
Jump in, sing and play with “Octopus (Slippery Fish)”, “Each of us is a Flower”, “Leave the World a Little Better”, “I am a Pizza” (Je suis une pizza), “Ottie the Otter” and “The Moose on the Loose”. Some French and Sign Language included. Visit Teacher’s Corner on Charlotte’s Web site: www.charlottediamond.com
Pre-registration is required. Registration is completed once payment is received.
Professional Development Certificate
Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours
$10 member & $15 non-member
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