The child cannot wait

Gabriela Mistral, a Chilean poet, educator, and diplomat, was the first Latin American to win a Nobel Prize in Literature. It was awarded to her in 1945. Among the many topics she covered, Gabriela often wrote about children. It was obvious how important they were in her work and life. In fact, she even donated the proceeds […]

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Music and art are peas in a pod

A little child gripping a paintbrush in her hand can quickly discover her “inner conductor.” Smocked in your old shirt and hovering over the kitchen table, arms raised, she conducts the swirl of colors on—and sometimes off—the page. That’s just one small example of how music and art can go hand in hand. Plus, the […]

Meet a Kindermusik educator: Amy James

Name: Amy James Location: Bend OR Studio name and link: DevelopMusic Number of years you’ve taught Kindermusik: 5 years Describe yourself in five words or less: Loves music, loves to dance Favorite Kindermusik song: Our Time Hello since it’s the one my daughter sings when she “plays” Kindermusik with her dolls Favorite Kindermusik activity, […]

Music is from everywhere!

Let’s take a spin around the world to find some of the wonderful music you’ll hear in Kindermusik this semester. Have a look! Your babies 0-18 months will enjoy the sounds of:  May There Always Be Sunshine (Russia),  Zum Gali Gali (Israel), The Keel Row (Northumberland)  Suliram (Indonesia, Polovtsian Dance (Poland). Join your toddlers 18-36 […]