Music at Gowrie Victoria, Docklands

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The day was packed with singing, dancing, music and fun. Throughout the day we had opportunities to discuss and discover the current challenges in the early childhood environment and find ways for us to implement music in daily routines.
Many educators expressed their concern at a lack of age appropriate materials that are easy to implement on a daily basis. In addition, what was available did not fill their current needs. More educators love music and are keen to increase their personal confidence in delivering music as an integral part of the EYLF.
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