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Music Making for SEND and PMLD

Music making videos and interactive websites

A series of videos, musical activities, songs, games and other drama activities created by DIY theatre (a learning disability theatre company) for young people with SEND. This is something I have developed with the group, and there’s loads of additional activities, some sensory.

DIY Theatre: Circus Tricks

Jessie’s Fund have a series of music videos which also have sensory elements, featuring our Chetham’s Percussion Tutor and Outreach team member Andrea Vogler.

Jessie’s Fund: Interactive Music Videos

The Amber Trust – for young people with visual impairment – have websites with activities, musical ideas, songs and recordings! They also link to the ‘cards’ which are available to give families and friends ideas for musical activities to do with young people.

The Amber Trust: for younger children

The Amber Trust: for older students

Soundabout – there are a whole HOST of live sessions each week on Youtube and Facebook, and they can be watched again and again.

https://www.soundabout.org.uk/virtual-sessions/

https://www.soundabout.org.uk/tv/

https://www.soundabout.org.uk/soundabout-tv-hello-songs/

There will also be a new website coming soon for Little Soundabout and Soundabout Life (think similar to AmberPlus and Little Amber!), but designed for young people with PMLD

https://www.soundaboutfamily.org.uk/

The short guide to accessible music education for young people with SEND. A bit more in depth, but great for further info.

The short guide to accessible music education

iPad apps/Internet Resources.  There are many apps available. Useful lists include;

iPad music apps for accessible music making

Jessies Fund iPad apps

 

Hope this gives you a bit of fun and family music making time!

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