3 Things You Can Expect from Kindermusik Class

3 Things You Can Expect from Kindermusik Class

Do you create your own playlists? Maybe one to calm you when you feel stressed, one to pep you up when you feel down, one for a special holiday, or one for busting a move when no one else is around (those are the best!).

Music has incredible benefits, not just for our grownup moods, but for childhood development—from the womb on! That’s what we explore every day in Kindermusik studios around the globe. 

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How Musical Routines Boost Family Productivity

How Musical Routines Boost Family Productivity

As we move into this uncharted phase of social distancing, many of us are trying to figure out how to balance working from home and boosting child development (with minimal meltdowns). It’s tough! Here are some quick tips to help your family get into a productive, positive daily groove without screens.

Routines bring motivation, productivity, comfort, and even relaxation. And musical routines can help secure healthy morning and evenings to jumpstart your family’s school year success.

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The Month of May

The Month of May

The (Other) Most Wonderful Time of The Year

O the month of May, the merry month of May,

So frolic, so gay, and so green, so green, so green!

O, and then did I unto my true love say,

Sweet Peg, thou shalt be my Summer’s Queen.

 

–Thomas Dekker 

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Music Is Good For Everyone!

Music Is Good For Everyone!

We all know people who face challenges and have special needs. At some point, most of us face our own hurdles physically, mentally, spiritually, emotionally, relationally. Babies and toddlers, young children and teenagers, adults and retirees… Struggles are a part of the human condition and occur across all ages. Sometimes the struggles are temporary; other times they are a permanent part of life.

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