Feel Move Dance SingLooking for activities for your kids for the school holidays? We've got just the right thing.
Feel Move Dance Sing is a three-day Music & Dance workshop that allows kids to learn through play and exploration.
Over the 3 days, participants will learn:
* to identify various rhythm meters
* to pick out where their voice and musical notes can meet harmoniously
* spatial concepts
* to understand the different ways to move their bodies
* how movement, music and nature intersect
Dates: 13, 15 & 16 Mar 2023
Time: 10 am - 12 noon
Ages: 6-9 (P1 to P3)
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