Many people make the mistake of thinking that children can only learn music in a formal setting. True, learning music in a class setting, through private lessons, or through practice and rehearsals is very important. But in reality, everything can be made into music. In The Noisy Forest, noise, and sound, movement and play are all blended into one.
Children, especially very young children, cannot express themselves fluently either through speech or writing—two modes of communication that adults use almost exclusively. Instead, children express themselves through movement, sound, and art. If they can express themselves through these modes, it is logical that they can learn through them as well. Bang, Clap, Snap! Dance around the noisy forest. There are so many sounds to be made, and vibrations to encounter, so many new noises to discover! For parents, there’s a lot to discover about the children too in sessions like this.