So much emphasis on English and math testing to the annihilation of the arts!
The tide has turned!

All over the country, parents want to know what creative arts programs their children will be offered.
They understand the benefits of creativity through music, art and drama.
Above all, they want their children to be eager to go to school, socialize with their peers, as well as having learning confidence!

Teachers are overwhelmed with overcrowded curricula.
Cut backs have chewed into music, performance and visual arts programs.
But now, even governments are recognizing the positive evidence for including the Arts in schools

But what if Visual and Performing Arts became the medium through which children learn to read, write and communicate?

That’s what Jazzles ELA does. It uses the Arts to absolutely power vocabulary, phonemic awareness, print awareness, letter-sound correspondence, comprehension and fluency through its ‘learn to read’ songs and themed activities.

Jazzles amusing, animated and ‘captioned’ songs, simultaneously engage visually, kinetically and aurally – so every child’s learning style is addressed. Optimized, and mostly intuitive, children are learning all the 6 beginning reading skills through hearing, singing, following the words while performing ‘karaoke (they love that!), miming, dancing and playing percussion instruments to the beat.
Children are interacting socially through choral singing and performance, to learn, automatically and happily, initial sound frequency, high frequency/sight words and grammatical information – all in alliterative, song stories with meaning! It’s all fun practice and never rote.

Afterwards, children collaboratively work in pairs or groups to re-purpose internalized song sentences and research related topics to become script-writers, TV reporters or producers of mini dramas. You can even video these performances for review!
It’s massive, creative engagement – powering contextual vocabulary and oral language delivery – as well as non-cognitive skills of co-operation, performance, confidence and self-esteem.

And after school, brimming with confidence, your students will go home and ‘teach’ their parents and siblings the songs they’ve learned, showing off their word power while explaining the roles they’ve played!
Even if their parents can not functionally read, they can sing a song..
So now there is positive ‘schools to home connect’ with literacy benefits!

Jazzles ELA has a ‘learn to read’ package with over 400 scaffolded, song-themed, interactive resources integrated into its research-based methodology and pedagogy. Two independent theses prove it works at exceptional levels.

We all know the recall-power of music and song!
Just watch American Idol and see the judges sing every memorized word along with the performers!
Music, performance and coral singing engage students. Every teacher understands how beneficial that can be!

Compare Jazzles ELA to other early reading program relying on rote practice and sight word cards!
Which do you think students would rather?

Could marrying Creative Arts with Language Arts be the ultimate solution?

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