Spring means baseball . . . musical baseball!

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Bowling Green, KY, educator Mary Anne Kell recently sent us this fun little note and picture. With spring and baseball season around the corner, we thought it was a good time to share it. "Just wanted you to know about another exciting Kindermusik activity. Our Young Child classes have always enjoyed playing musical baseball. However, […]

Being part of the Kindermusik family

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Kindermusik has over 5000 super-talented, super-dedicated Kindermusik educators around the globe. But at Kindermusik International, or (to use a term we never use) “Corporate Headquarters,” we’re a small, tight-knit group of employee-owners – KI is 100% employee owned. KI is a second family to many of the folks who work here. So when someone leaves, […]

Can you hear me now?

From the time your child wakes up in the morning to the time he or she goes to bed a night, sounds surround her: music, children at play, traffic, birds, TV, ticking clocks, and more. The ability to focus on one sound and distinguish it from background noise is different than simply hearing — that’s […]

Thar she blows!

Babies and toddlers enjoy blowing. As they practice blowing, they strengthen mouth muscles and develop awareness of their breathing, which will help their language development. With preschoolers and early elementary, blowing develops their diaphragms and builds muscle control necessary for singing and wind instrument playing. Blowing also helps children become aware of the fact that […]

Stories that make us all smile

One of our favorite things at Kindermusik International is when we are emailed stories from happy parents. These stories usually make us smile, not only because we get to see how the parents are enjoying their classes, but we know happy parents means happy Kindermusik educators too! Here's one of those emails we got with […]