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Play as Improvisation: The Benefits of Music for Developmentally Delayed Young Children’s Social Play. Early Childhood Development and Care (1991) pp.85-91.
A Method for Conducting Improvised Musical Play with Children Both With and Without Developmental Delay in Preschool Classrooms, Music Therapy (1991) pp46-51.
Empowering young and abused and neglected children through contingency play. Childhood Education. 1989.
Monsters in the mail: Integrating developmentally delayed and non-delayed young children through the use of play formats. Early Childhood Development and Care (1989) pp.91-98.
Improvised Musical Play: A strategy for fostering social play between developmentally delay and non-delayed preschool children. Journal of Musical Therapy (1988) PP.178-191.
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“Frogs in the House.” Wholetime Records, 1985
“Color Train.” Folkways Records, 1983.
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- Papers Presented
“Music, Language Development and Play” Annual Meeting of Michigan Council of Cooperative Nurseries, 1995.
“Developmentally Appropriate Practice”, Annual Meeting of Michigan Council of Cooperative Nurseries, 1994.