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Singing and Music as Aids to Language Development and its Relevance for Children with Down Syndrome

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Singing and Music as Aids to Language Development and its Relevance for Children with Down Syndrome
by: Judy Barker

Singing and making music are among the most enjoyable learning activities for children. Because they have both elements, enjoyment and learning, I consider them to be essential methods of reinforcing basic skills in numeracy and literacy. While this reinforcement is useful to all children, regardless of their academic abilities, my own experiences in the classroom and as the mother of a child with Down syndrome tell me that it is vital to children with learning difficulties.

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