Any parent who’s been attending Kindermusik classes for even a short period of time quickly realizes just how enjoyable and powerful singing, dancing, playing, exploring, and making music can be - not just for their child, but also for them! It’s no surprise then, that Kindermusik Educators are often asked for ideas about how to [...]
Stay tuned for an Educator Spotlight featuring Nancy Aasland, owner of Kindermusik Discovery in Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada! To be published June 3rd!
Have you ever been to an event that had an interpreter for the hearing impaired? You can find them in a wide variety of places: commencements, lectures, even broadway plays. These folks are specially trained in programs all across the country. For quite a long time, one could attend the Juilliard Interpreter Training program, specifically [...]
If you had a chance to watch The Beginning of Life, or if you spend any time at all with young kids, you know that children have a tendency to anthropomorphize everything and anything. There's an adorable scene in The Beginning of Life in which a little girl has a sweet conversation with a plant. [...]
Music Therapy - it's been around for some time...let's say as long as we've had music. As a credentialed profession, it's still relatively new. The first program to award a degree in music therapy began at Michigan State University in 1944. The American Music Therapy Association came into being in 1998. To many, the profession [...]