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Viviendo entre Sonidos es una aplicación multimedia que está concebida para servir como material de apoyo para el proceso de enseñanza/ aprendizaje de la educación musical durante la educación infantil. Las actividades de la aplicación se centran en la percepción o escucha atenta, gracias a ellas el niño se familiariza con los sonidos de su entorno y aprende a analizarlos para descubrir la fuente sonora y describir las cualidades sonoras que sirven para caracterizarlos y clasificarlos, todo ello resulta clave para la educación musical. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Colorear los instrumentos musicales
ESCRIBE NÚMEROS Para practicar la escritura de números MULTIPLICA Y DIVIDE POR 10, 100, 1000 EL ESCONDITE MATEMÁTICO Juego para practicar operaciones sencillas. Para primaria. VELILA Y LA MATENAVE Juego para practicar sencillas cuentas de sumar, restar y las tablas.
Kids love to learn about art and music with fun online games. Children can learn about orchestra music, jazz, opera, bluegrass, and even Hawaiian music in a fun and interesting way.
All children love music, and what better way to inspire them than by making their own homemade musical instruments! Kids get to be creative in two ways, by actually creating their own instrument and then by making their own music.
What are the elements involved in teaching homeschool music? Perhaps you don't think that your family is very musical and perhaps right now, none of your children are learning a musical instrument, but may I suggest to you that in teaching music, our children learn and develop these skills: Focused Attention Long Term Memory Visual and Auditory Processing Logic and Reasoning
The education of a child is incomplete without direct experience in learning to make music. This suggested outline for a gradual development of musical skill is offered to encourage every family to include the nourishing magic of music in their daily lives. Music is considered by many the world over, as equaled only by the physics of nature, in being the purest form of universal language.
Today’s guest post is from Kate at Modern Alternative Mama showing us just how easy it is to include music in our homeschool.