Learning with loops

I loved catching up with the brilliant Steve Bunce at the Apple RTC Winter Conference last week at the Belfry. In his simply fab presentation about coding, he spent some time looking at a variety of ways in which you can use music to teach children about loops.

In this short post I will examine two free tools not mentioned on the day that I use with children when using music to teach loops. First up is the rather brilliant incredibox website. To showcase how you use the site I made a short video below to highlight the features.

Apart from being super simple to use, the quality of the samples is great too and you can be so creative with the few different options that are there. Teaching about loops and asking children to develop their songs, break loops, so forth and so on using incredibox is really powerful and lots of fun too.

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