Music lessons can build a therapeutic relationship, offer control and a sense of mastery, provide realistic challenges, prepare students for music ensembles with their peers, and can also round out your private practice or professional role. Contents[show] ActivitiesEdit ResourcesEdit Melody Street is a free, on-line children's game that explores music in a fun and interactive way. The Square enables you to accept payment through credit/debit cards. You pay nothing but 2.75% per swipe. ReferencesEdit Further ReadingEdit Dana Rice's Pinterest Board reinforces what each student has learned and presents the material to other students. ContributorsEdit James E. Riley, MT-BC Retrieved from "https://musictherapyactivities.fandom.com/wiki/Music_Lessons?oldid=4296" Categories: Ability to Use Music Independently for Self-Care (e.g., Relaxation, Anxiety Management, Redirection From Addiction) Aesthetic Sensitivity and Quality of Life Decision Making, Problem Solving Emotions Executive Functions Focus and Maintenance of Attention Generalization of Skills to Other Settings Initiation and Self-Motivation Motor Skills Musical and Other Creative Responses Nonverbal Expression On-Task Behavior Self-Awareness and Insight Self-Esteem Adolescents Adults Children Active Music Making Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.