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LEYMN Evidence Review: How music making activity affects young children

This early years music evidence review is a whistle-stop hurtle through some of the literature and research in this area of music education. It is aimed at practitioners and providers of early years music, giving quick access to some of the headline evidence that supports why their work is so important. It focuses upon the quantitative data and specific studies that will help illuminate and explain the work of early years specialists to those who are not so experienced in being directly involved in this area of music.

This is not an academic study, and it is too short a document to be comprehensive but hopefully will act as a useful reference and starting point for early years practitioners when making funding bids, or when explaining to parents and service providers why the work you do really matters!

Read the full review here >


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