Brain Rules for Baby

Safety = Learning By Jamie Sterling Brain Rules for Baby: How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five is John Medina’s follow-up to his bestselling Brain Rules. It is an absolutely delightful read, full of parenting and even grand-parenting altering info! This Seattleite and UW professor opens his book by debunking […]

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Which Class Should You Choose?

We love that Kindermusik has never been a “one size fits all” program.  This has never been more true than with our new curricula and age groupings. While Kindermusik is generally divided up into several core levels, you have choices, depending on your child’s developmental stage and chronological age, your goals for your child, what […]

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Looking Ahead to Fall

Our 2015-2016 school-year runs Sept 12 to June 25 under the direction of our new owner, Richard L’Abbe, in the same great location and with the same fabulous instructors. Enroll today to reserve your space! BONUS!!! You could win FREE TUITION for the entire school-year! Register before JUNE 30TH to qualify. Terms: A $508-$560 value […]

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Celebrate Earth Day with an April Playdate

Dear World, We Love You. Looking for a fun, meaningful way to celebrate Earth Day? Bring all the kids for a very special Kindermusik Playdate called “Dear World, We Love You”. In this exploration of songs, rhymes, games and dances from around the world, we’ll pay a musical homage to all the things we love […]

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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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