The leaves are changing colors and the spookiest time of year is almost here. Music therapists all over Fulton County have been gearing up for the season and holiday with all sorts of interventions to address many needs.
"Reach into the cauldron, tell me what you feel. Can you describe it before the big reveal?"
Brittany Taylor-Stewart's students were reaching into the cauldron and using their descriptive words and sense of touch to help decipher what might be inside the cauldron before they saw it with their eyes.
Students with music therapist Brittany Taylor-Stewart were using their expressive communication skills to rank spooky songs/videos on a "Spook-o-Meter" scale.
"3 Little Pumpkins were sitting on the hay, one little pumpkin rolled away!"
What a great opportunity for our little ones to practice left to right progression, number concepts, and turn-taking with our music therapy intern Miss Kelly.
"It's Fall, That's All!"
Students of music therapist Kirby Carruth enjoyed sensory play as a group
to celebrate the fall season.
At Wolf Creek Elementary, music therapy intern Ms. Carlee led the students in a Halloween/Fall sensory activity. Can you describe what you feel?