Spring is starting to roll out over here in Maine and it feels good! It still means a lot of ice, snow, and wind, but the sunshine can really melt the winter blues away. Honestly, winter is my favorite season, but I also am a fan of having everything in moderation!

Weather themed intervention as so wonderful to have in your back pocket because you can really use them at any time of year. I love using them in springtime because up north we usually get snow, rain, wind, sun, sleet, hail — we get it all!

This intervention includes a simple chant that I wrote a few years ago when engaging in a songwriting challenge with Music For Kiddos. I originally had this chant as a simple intervention but I wanted to add expanded ideas to bring in other creative modalities into the music sessions such as movement, sensory, and art. It comes with these adorable flashcards that I find important to use for almost every session in that it gives additional support for all learners.

Whether (😂 see what I did there) you are doing this in-person or over telehealth, you’ve got a bunch of ideas on how to expand this intervention to support all learners!

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Like these intervention ideas?

If you find yourself enjoying these types of music session ideas that focus on incorporating other creative modalities then you’d LOVE the Umbrella Community! It’s a place where we learn all about child mental health, child counseling skills, trauma-informed care, relational neurosciences, and the creative arts in music (and you can earn 15 CMTE credits!).

You get access to our resource library FULL of interventions like these and you also get fresh interventions, information downloads, and implementation videos each month!

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