Here is a link to the swot analysis we did with our service partner.
The children seemed to enjoy the music and dance in the session. After understanding from the past few sessions what type of activities the kids were truly interested in, we realised that singing and dance-along activities drew more attention from them. They seemed to get restless after having to sit down for too long and so we wanted our session to be more interactive. We used dances such as the hokey pokey, baby shark, and chicken dance, and the children loved being given the chance to move around and dance. For following sessions, we’ll try to be more creative with the activities we choose, and think of themes such that we can include activities where the kids can be given more freedom to move around and interact with music.
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