wings to the mind,
flight to the imagination,
and life to everything.”
Music is all around us. The radio is on during your morning drive to work. In the wind and trees outside, in the humming of a child as she swings. It’s in the steady beat of an infant learning to clap. Music is one of the most ubiquitous phenomena in nature. But it’s also frequently overlooked as a learning device for many subjects.
In the next few weeks we’re going to talk about the importance of music in outdoor education for children six months to six years old, and how The Adventurous Child can supply your outdoor classroom with musical equipment for play and for learning.