Jr. Drum Circles for the Young & the Young-at-Heart!
What is a Drum Circle?
A drum circle is an activity where a group of people come together in a circle and, led by a facilitator, drum, sing and create music together using a wide range of percussion instruments.
Be it a birthday, a summer camp or another special occasion for your little ones… When it comes to showing your kids a good time, nothing but the best will do. Celebrate with a high-energy, interactive Taal Inc. junior drum circle. Our sessions are tailor-made to guarantee absolute and unadulterated fun for every boy and girl present.
Drumming and singing have also been proven to promote healthy and freer expression, hence contributing to more holistic development for children in terms of higher confidence, tolerance, and intelligence in the long run.
Bring your kids and all their friends together and let them drum their way to complete joy and harmony. Partake in this interactive event like no other, that will leave your kids’ hands tingling and hearts buzzing with rhythm and an unmatched a sense of togetherness.
Taal Inc. Jr. Drum Circles: Group Drumming for Kids and Children of ALL ages!
Apart from one-off sessions, here’s what all we can do with Taal Inc. for Kids
In Your School / Organisation / Institution / Activity Centre / College
COME. DRUM. BE ONE
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How beneficial drum circle for kids?
Drumming in groups for kids has both psychological and physiological benefits. Group drumming builds sociability, helps stimulate both the left and right brain, helps experience soft skills or group concepts (such as sharing, leading, following, listening etc), improves coordination and increases attention span. A daily dose of music, drumming or art is highly recommended for children of all ages.
2. What drumming activities promote creativity in children?
All drumming activities or creative art based activities help spark creativity in children. The major reason for this is that they learn to express themselves freely and are not limited with a predecided right or wrong response or judgement from the facilitator / practitioner. Children are encouraged to be themselves and learn by example or experience. This helps stimulate more parts of the brain simultaneously and also facilitate emotional intelligence in kids.
3. What is the youngest age for kids to start a drum circle?
The sooner, the better... An infant responds to music of the parent or caregiver. Mother or parent-toddler sessions are known to help build a strong emotional bond between the duo. A good age to expect the child to participate in a group activity is between ages 3 to 5 and 6 to 8 years. The learning and developmental needs of these two age groups are significantly different. Our Taal Inc. Kids In Rhythm sessions follow thia batch segregation structure.