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ABCD Rhythm 'Any Body Can Drum'

Programme Details

Programme IDAEP0315931
Art FormMusic
Programme TypeExperience
Programme Format Digital/Blended, On-site
Language English
Duration 04 - 08 Sessions session(s)
45 - 60min per session
Venue Enclosed Room / Music Room / AVA Room / Dance Studio
Target Audience Pre-school
Cost $145/60min, $125/45min, $80/30min for One Artist Facilitator Loan of percussion instruments with delivery: $120/set Loan of percussion instruments with delivery: $100/subsequent set

Programme Synopsis

1) Through collaborative learning children allow learn themselves to explore, experiment, experience, discover discover and lead with knowledge gained. 2) Valuable social skills as learning to share, develop capacity for responsible decision making with respect for others. 3) Encourage creative decision-making which, encourages small success.
Objectives 1) Teacher-Facilitator are encourage through exposure to variety of percussion instruments, eventually gaining Confidence through the experience of playing and Discovering new skills and knowledge. 2) Teacher-Facilitator are able to understand and be sensitive to the backgrounds, abilities, experience and capacities of their children to be able effectively influence and encourage children to be creative through activities designed for children to take risk. • Techer-Facilitators able to guide children into a space where they can be natrually creative that instanly breaks down barriers and empower children in their creative process.

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01 Chair per Student

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OneHeartBeat Pte Ltd

Contact

Aden Firdaus Jaman 69806288 experience@oneheartbeat.com.sg   Visit provider page

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