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Avery's Creek kindergartners find their perfect pitch

Kindergartners at Avery's Creek Elementary are discovering the difference between high and low notes. (Photo credit: WLOS staff)

Kindergartners at Avery's Creek Elementary are discovering the difference between high and low notes.

Music teacher Melody McGarrahan wants the students to "feel" the rhythm. She said it's one way to help them learn coordination -- among other things.

"Having that ability to regulate rhythm in your body is one of the most wonderful assets that you can have. That will benefit children when they are working on awareness and sounds in the classroom, which is a lot of what they're doing in kindergarten when they are learning to read," McGarrahan said.

"I like instruments cause I like, cause they, like, make sound, and one type of instrument is my favorite. But I've never played it before. The sound is just really pretty. It is the flute. I really like the flutes," Londyn said.

Kindergartners at Avery's Creek get music once a week.

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