Educator Spotlight: Cathy Huser, Owner and Director of Kindermusik of Cleveland

For Cathy, the magic of teaching Kindermusik is about bringing music into the hearts of children and helping educate parents about the incredible, rich, developmental and musical benefits of music. Her Kindermusik kids lovingly call her Miss Cathy or Aunt Cathy, and one time she was “Miss Poffy.” With over 20 years experience and an [...]

Preview: PBS’s Steve Roslonek of SteveSongs

Hey Kindermusik friends - do we have a great interview for you! Next week, we will feature an exclusive conversation with Steve Roslonek of SteveSongs. For the past 15 years, Steve has been delighting children with his live music all across the country. In 2008, he began a relationship with PBS as Mr. Steve, co-host [...]

Science Center Stage: The Imaginary Friend

I'll admit it: I had an imaginary friend when I was a little kid. His name is lost to time now, but I certainly remember playing with him when no one was around. These types of "friends" can take many shapes, from fantastical representations of a beloved stuffed animal (Calvin and Hobbes, anyone?) to simple [...]

Parent Perspective: Why We Love Kindermusik

For the Thornton’s, DeMartino’s, and Carlson’s, Kindermusik is a family event since it’s often Grandma who brings the grandchildren (who are cousins) to class at Kindermusik of the Valley. Kindermusik of the Valley is located in Burnsville, MN, and is an award-winning Kindermusik program owned by the fabulous Helen Peterson. Here’s a peek into their Kindermusik [...]

“Grab the Sprinkles, Winston!” – Kindermusik Reviews: The Not So Quiet Library

Join us for a new regular feature: Kindermusik Reviews. We'll be looking at various books, but most importantly, children's books and books on parenting. First up, Zachariah Ohora's delightful romp through the neighborhood book repository, The Not So Quiet Library. There's a monster in the library! Kids will love Ohora's humorous tale of Oskar and his [...]