Showing posts from April, 2020

Sing With Me - Toddler Music Class SIGN UP and REGISTER

**This is NOT a faith based music class** Kids LOVE music!! Music brings joy, peace, comfort, entertainment, learning and so much more to people of ALL AGES! This is why music and movement are a crucial part of every child's life. The benefits of music are truly transformational when paired with play and movement. So what are you waiting for! Join in on the FUN!!!  The practice of making music gives the brain and body a complete workout. Our activities are designed to encourage multi-sensory learning, which integrates several senses at once, stimulating multiple areas of the brain! Children interact with you as the parent, the teacher and other peers while being engaged in movement, rhythm and vocal practice that develops far more than just music skills. Our approach to learning music and sound sets up children for  future success in school and in life. The Sing With Me Toddler Music Class is designed for children ages 1-5, although older or younger siblings may enjoy t

From Chaos to Calm in a Crisis

So, the spread of the coronavirus has forced working parents into their homes to telecommute all across the country. If that's not enough, the continued spread of this virus has also forced children out of their schools and into their homes as well, as a preventative to the continued spread of this virus.With all the changes happening around us we understand navigating this new life schedule can be a bit of a struggle for both mom and the kids! So we are here to help! If the reality of being home with your kid for an extended period of time, while still trying to work from home seems IMPOSSIBLE! Don't despair, it can be done! Your family may be stuck at home for a while with little to no exposure to the outside world but please don't panic. Stay at home mom-prenuers have been navigating these waters for quite some time and I want to help you the best way I can. Here are just a few tips... 1. Create a Schedule: Now me personally, I don't do well with ho