I am a music therapist and I am finding Occupational Octaves to be a huge success in my private practice.
HELP! I NEED this book! Lots more of book number 1. 😊 I can’t live without it.
I also like to use other instruments such as xylophones, bells, etc, but I think sticking to the piano itself is so important for my particular kids. They can sit for about 10 minutes. I use a pointer and they point and I play, then we switch and I point as they play. I have found this technique has helped with the concept of seeing one C, then play one C.
Lori Ann Locke, MT-BC