Follow the Child through Musical Play

Early Years Exhibition & Conference Sydney 2012 – 17 & 18th March 2012

At first, I thought that it would be just a short trip to Sydney, but it turned out to be an amazing three days packed with excitement and unforgettable experiences.
The Expo and the whole Early Years Conference in Sydney this year was a great success and I would like to extend my congratulations to the management and team of Exhibitions Group, CCNSW and all of YOU, participants who made it possible!
More than 230 people were booked came to learn how to Follow the Child through Musical Play and many could not get in as the room was overcrowded…
Bonkers was in the middle of everybody’s attention, but he truly enjoyed making music with all lovely educators from NSW and had lots of fun!
[fancy_images] [image][/image] [image]×768.jpg[/image] [image][/image] [image]×768.jpg[/image] [/fancy_images] [margin30] The presentation was filled with fun, singing, dancing, storytelling, but one of the main focuses of the session was to share practical ideas and show how a music program can support National Quality Standards and Early Years Learning Framework.
Over the last two weeks I have been receiving a large number of emails with lovely comments and positive feedback about my session. I am also thrilled to see so much interest in learning more about music and how to implement it in children’s services and schools.
“…Galina, I agree with you about music and movement and how it helps to develop the child’s brain. Your session was the best training I’ve ever had in my life… Hope you will accept the invitation to our centre to introduce your programs.” – Dorota Szarzanowicz, Marayong NSW
“…Speechless… just amazing! Inspirational – want all Tasmanian educators to have same opportunity to learn from you…” – Patricia Reid, Tasmania
Thank you again for your enthusiasm, commitment to early childhood and belief in music!

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