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Early Years training

Music House for Children have announced new dates for their Music and Movement Early Years training taking place in West London.

Friday 9 November 2012
Musical elements and commands in early years practice

No former knowledge of music required

Friday 1 March 2012
Exploring dancing and moving through musical games and stories
Musical ways to develop young children’s creative movement

Friday 7 June 2013
A thematic approach to early years music making
Using different nursery themes to enrich musical experiences

9:30am – 1.00pm
£50 per person – maximum of 15

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