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Musical Statues

Recently, the children used music to play a game of musical statues. Through this activity the children were able to think about their favourite songs and artists and were encouraged to take turns choosing favourite songs. This activity was extended when the children also decided to play a game of musical chairs. The older children were encouraged to guide the younger children, as some of them had never played these types of games before and were unaware of the rules. This gave the older children a great opportunity to practice leadership skills and build on communication. We love working with music at OSHC and musical statues is one of our favourites!

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