She Likes to Move It, Move It!

Music and movement are magical ingredients to learning for both parent and child. A baby’s first communication is through movement. A toddler will respond immediately to lively music with what seems to be humorous gyrations but to him are quite serious attempts to coordinate movement with rhythmic patterns. The young child seems to be moving […]

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Your Child Needs a Kindermusik Adventure this Summer

For most families, the summer is a little different than the other months of the year.  You may be wondering how to make the summer special, give yourself a bit of a break from the norm, but also keep the routines as predictable as possible for your child(ren).  We have some ideas to share that […]

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Kindermusik: Learning Through Play

From the exploratory play of babies and toddlers to the complex games enjoyed by teens, at every age and stage, play gives children a wonderful way to explore new ideas, develop their skills, work through anxiety or stress, and entertain or calm themselves. Kindermusik delivers a whole new spectrum to your child’s play. Exploratory, vocal […]

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Why Play is Important

Elizabeth Jones, early childhood expert from Pacific Oaks and long-time Exchange writer, presented ideas on the value of play in Work and Family Life (February 2008; www.workandfamilylife.com). According to Jones, play teaches kids to… Use their imagination, improvise, think flexibly, and explore new options. Make appropriate choices from among many possibilities. Solve problems, both with […]

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