Music and Blind Children
Music reaches kids and motivates them in amazing ways! Find out how you can use music to help your blind child develop or just have fun creating music crafts!
A revolutionary 3-D printing system makes music easier to read for blind musicians. Invented by a blind South Korean musician as part of her doctoral dissertation, it makes music accessible to musicians at all levels.
The Skoog is a soft music cube that you can manipulate to create different instrument sounds. It's accessible to children with various disabilities, including physical disabilities.
Make And Play Your Own Latin American guiro (percussion instrument). Playing tips and a recycled craft. Perfect for Cinco De Mayo celebration or as part of a unit on Mexico/Latin America.
The Lime Lighter: low vision music-reading device, operated by a foot pedal, advances music on the screen to the next measure. It displays magnified print music notation, & enables you to markup your music on the screen with a special stylus and save for later. You can listen to music play back at your desired tempo. *Visit pinterest.com/... for more music resources for students who are visually impaired
Earth Day Anthem - "We've Got The Whole World In Our Hands" Lyrics and free mp3 download here!
We have recently been looking into Music Therapy as a way to help Scarlett progress musically and have been visited by a specialist in the field from UK based charity the RNIB. Here is an account of the visit and the informal notes made about Scarlett and what actions can be taken to further progress this love of music.
Holiday Music and Jingle Bell Craft E-Book Give-away from Wonder Baby!