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Here’s How This Preschool In Singapore Uses Music Unconventionally In Education

Studies show that including music in school curricula can be highly beneficial, and Kinderland’s Children Music Programme (CMP) aims to achieve just that.

“Music encompasses all areas of child development and plays an important role in language development. When used creatively, it allows children to make connections to many learning domains,” says Dr. Carol Ee, Kinderland’s Director of Professional Development and Curriculum.

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The Children Music Programme intertwines music into rhymes and songs, and uses enactive (action-based), iconic (image-based) and symbolic (language-based) activities to promote language and literacy. Here’s all you need to know about it!

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Kinderland Preschools and Kindergartens

Web: http://kinderland.com.sg/

A provider of quality infant care, bilingual kindergarten and preschool education to children two months to six years of age, the school’s curriculum integrates education methodologies from the West and the values of morality and inter-personal relationships of the East. Call to tour the school or speak to a consultant. Find out more here.


From The Finder, December 2016

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