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1. Beat-Keeping Ability Relates to Reading Readiness Kraus, Nina PhD; Anderson, Samira AuD, PhD The Hearing Journal 68(3):p 54,56, March 2015. | DOI: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000462430.33997.43
2. “The finding that perceiving and producing rhythm contributes to literacy may suggest a new direction in teaching phonics, which has been focused on phonemes and onsets and rimes, and less on rhythm. ” Music Our Human Superpower by Kristin Lems”
3. Explore all my musical content that helps parents and PreK-2 teachers lay foundational skills. Teach your kids to listen, see, spell, write, read, and sing all 44 sounds of the English language!

Relationships between early literacy and nonlinguistic rhythmic processes in kindergarteners
Rhythm perception and production predict reading abilities in developmental dyslexia

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Pre-K music

Children get ready to read by singing and acting out songs about feelings, animals, and favorite activities.

K-2 music

Children develop word recognition skills, attachment and expression with songs that teach them to care for one another and our earth.

Musical Phonics

Introduce, motivate, teach, and review 26 letters/sounds, vowels, and special sounds with musical phonics.

Examples of scientific research, foundational learning skills, loving to learn; and a reason for educators to SUBSCRIBE. Grandmalou’s 30+ years of teaching introducing children to meaningful sound experiences say it all. Music is Language Learning!

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