Musical Play creates Happiness and Hope

Sunday 6th March 2016
Julie Wylie

Musical Play creates happiness and hope in a community, especially when we teach with passion and a deep love for the families we work with. Through learning and music exploration, children and their families learn to use the language of music in their own play and in daily routines.

Music encourages caring, sharing, perseverance, self- discipline.

The triumph of succeeding through musical play helps the child to aspire to higher things, to take risks, to problem solve, to dream, to create, to enjoy.

Through musical play, children receive a spiritual formation and joy that will benefit them in their lives.

Julie


Testimonials

I have been running Musical Parenting Groups in Auckland for 4 years, based on the model pioneered by Julie Wylie.  The parents are quite clear that these groups are very different to any  other music groups they have attended.  The points they mention time and time again are these:  the intimacy and interactivity of the small group, the enhanced bond established with their children, the musically interesting songs they learn to love and sing,  and the wonderfully joyful and stimulating  nature of the sessions.   To use C.S. Lewis’s memorable  phrase,  both they and their children are “surprised by joy”.

Alison Broom, Teacher
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