Monthly Archives: November 2011

Success: Singing, Relaxation, and Drawing

“Line up.  Walk on stage. Stand on the piece of tape on the black line.  Eyes on Hilary. Sing. 1,2,3 bow.”  Our social story for my first all class Preschool Program rehearsal.  I have been thinking about this rehearsal for … Continue reading

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Variety Tuesday

Tuesdays are always fun with a variety of student levels. The morning starts with the little Seals enjoying the surprise of the red stocking and the jingle bells inside of it.  While holding the bells, we worked hard to hop and stop … Continue reading

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Post-Thanksgiving: Time for Christmas.

“No, Thanksgiving is over. It’s time for Christmas.” says one six-year-old student. November is barely over and the students are ready to leave it behind and move to Christmas.  They are thinking ahead with all the Christmas tree decorating in … Continue reading

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Thank you! Xie xie!

“No milk, no coffee, just tea. Thank you.” said a Chinese resident in a San Francisco Health Care Center in Chinese to me.  At the age of about 70 and an immigrant from China at age 26, she still had … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I am so excited to write my first entry of Music Therapy Moves blog!  Inspired by all the music therapy blogs I have read in the last year and a half, I wanted to start my own blog to share … Continue reading

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