What a fantastic looking music wall! But there are some bad design errors. The thongophone pipes will be very hard for children to play, because the holes are vertical - if the tops of the angle pieces were cut so that they were open at a 45 degree angle they would work much better. The pots, pans, grills etc would sound much better if they were hung so they don't touch the wall. Some of the instruments are too high to be played easily by children Pinned by Alec of…
Autism Spectrum Disorder & Music - It been shown how constructive music education is in all areas of cognitive development, but it also proves to be especially helpful to those with ASD. As showcased by this infographic, it basically boils down to the two most indicative symptoms across the spectrum of those with autism. Those being that ASD can be characterized mainly by poor ability to communicate and interact socially, along with being prone to repetitive behaviors and specific interests.
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