African Drumming for Kids

Benefits & Learning Outcomes - Group drumming is an excellent way for children to learn and grow. Stimulating activities like music-making can capture and hold a child’s interest and satisfy their craving for fun, while providing them with invaluable lessons that will endure a lifetime (C) Afrobeat
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West African Drumming with Barago Hayes College Park, GA #Kids #Events

West African Drumming with Barago Hayes College Park, GA #Kids #Events

Jones Elementary students experienced West African drumming with visiting artist Darrell Rose.

Jones Elementary students experienced West African drumming with visiting artist Darrell Rose.

Having fun is a powerful aspect of effective learning, developing social skills, confidence, and promoting creativity for children.

Having fun is a powerful aspect of effective learning, developing social skills, confidence, and promoting creativity for children.

LOVE working with the kids at Luther College each year! These year 7 students concentrated on learning djembe technique, traditional West African rhythms, dance, and the unique relationship between drummer and dancer!

LOVE working with the kids at Luther College each year! These year 7 students concentrated on learning djembe technique, traditional West African rhythms, dance, and the unique relationship between drummer and dancer!

New Research Shows Group Drumming Can Help Build Social and Emotional Skills --- “Kids are dropping out of school like flies and many don’t feel engaged by the coursework. At the same time, arts programs and mental health services that help kids feel connected to school are being cut. Drumming is inclusive, culturally relevant, stress reducing, and does not bear the stigma of therapy. It is an ideal framework for social-emotional skill building."-Ping Ho, Founding Director of UCLArts and…

New Research Shows Group Drumming Can Help Build Social and Emotional Skills --- “Kids are dropping out of school like flies and many don’t feel engaged by the coursework. At the same time, arts programs and mental health services that help kids feel connected to school are being cut. Drumming is inclusive, culturally relevant, stress reducing, and does not bear the stigma of therapy. It is an ideal framework for social-emotional skill building."-Ping Ho, Founding Director of UCLArts and…

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