As featured in this month’s Greenhouse Newsletter, we are featuring an article by Keith Pate, one of our very first Growing in Grace curriculum writers and a favorite clinician at children’s choir workshops around the country. He graciously shared a few of his clever hula hoop activities for movement, listening, and musical skills for our Greenhouse Blog and Newsletter subscribers. Here are… Read more »
This week, the Growing in Grace Team has selected to share with you a favorite activity from our Preschool Curriculum. The Animal Stackers activity is ideal for encouraging students to sing individually in a playful and non-intimidating environment. For a downloadable PDF of this activity and the accompanying instructions, click here: Animal Stackers Activity and Teaching Steps.
Many churches are beginning or re-starting their children’s choir program and need to consider a combined grades choir. Managing Editor, Terry Taylor, shares insight for accomplishing this feat that requires an open mind and flexibility. The rewards might surprise you! Think of your choir as a range of abilities rather than combined grades. Evaluate ages and abilities. Are your children mostly… Read more »
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