Music and Movement
Music and Movement
Tips to build music and movement into your everyday practice

What will I learn?

Being active is innate - it is how children engage with the world. Physical competence builds self-esteem and supports creative, social and emotional development.

Read our guide for inspiration on how you can get children moving in your everyday practice, helping to improve their reflexes and to stimulate their cognitive function.

This publication has been written by Helen Battelley - an internationally renowned consultant, trainer and speaker in physical development and movement in early education.

Key topics
  • Effective ways to stimulate cognitive function
  • Benefits of music and movement
  • Increasing physical skills
  • School readiness
  • How can movement support early child development
  • And more!

  • Read our sample chapter on communication, language and literacy here

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