Rhythmic Art Designed for Early Education & Development Centers
The rhythmic art program is designed by an early childhood educator with years of experience working with children.
The program is developmentally appropriate and implemented using a variety of teaching approaches in order to respond to the individual learning styles of each child as well as promote positive peer group interaction. Expect a cultural, educational, fun and interactive experience for you and your children! The pace and content maintains the children’s interest and provide a positive creative learning environment for all!
Artist/Educator, Angela Roy facilitates the program through a series of multi-sensory and kinaesthetic activities that involve the children through drumming & percussion exercises, rhythmic games, songs and stories!
What is rhythmic art? What to expect? A room filled with joy, rhythm and children!
Each session is 45min to 60min in duration, the set up will be a semi circle to enable maximum interaction and space for team work and leadership experiences.
A child size West African drum and variety of world percussion instruments will be provided for each child to play, as well as movement & game props!
Children will explore/discover and learn
The artist-educator, Angela Roy, will narrate a story and interweave songs to implement each of the rhythmic activities. By presenting the program within the framework of a story, it naturally connects the children to the activities experienced and provides educational and cultural value. The story relays social values and brings the children on a world cultural journey!
Designed to respond to the developmental needs of the children this program may be implemented into many early education programs. .
The aim of the program is to create a comfortable space where children feel motivated to participate and explore these rhythmic activities!
To increase hand-eye coordination & global motor skills through multi-sensory & kinesthetic exercises using drumming, song, movement and games
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Parent and Educators Testimonials
“We find Angela’s programs unique and progressive. The use of music, dance and rhythmic art in her program allows for a pleasant, fun and creative learning environment. Angela interacts with the preschool children in a positive and respectful way. Our daughter was enthusiastic and positive about attending this program…she has become more spontaneous and confident!” ~ Preschool parent, Vernon,BC
“ Angela is a multi-talented teacher to both her students and colleagues. I admire her skillful ability to dramatically express through song and dance and how the activity takes on a joyful celebration within a group atmosphere.” ~ Early Childhood Educator, Kelowna 2004
“I didn’t know I had any Rhythm! I was wrong! I rock!! Angela is an amazing performer… and I’ll be able to perform and teach children dancing and drumming altogether! ~ ECEBC participant, Vancouver, BC
“Walking in door Angela got your attention immediately. Imagine what we could do with children using her technique! The best facilitator thus far in the conference! Excellent in ECE -Conference, Regina. Sask.
“Observed her going to individuals to discuss and demonstrate drumming. Angela was ready to listen to ideas and kept the energy alive. Clear directions and maintained interest! This is an amazing person. I would love to go to another workshop of hers. Only longer! Inspiring! University of Victoria
“Music breaks barriers of multiracial and makes all feel good! This program is great for Toddlers. They are all different levels. I can see how this would give them an achievable outlet! CCRR Training, Surrey, BC