By Beth Anspach, MT If you’ve been involved in Kindermusik currently or in the past, you have probably already seen evidence of the benefits of this type of class for children. We’ve always known that Kindermusik has benefits that supersede simply the FUN of the class (although I hope you’re having fun) but now there’s […]
Let your loved ones (grandparent, aunt, uncle, etc.) know that Kindermusik of Cambridge/KW offers gift certificates! For every gift certificate ordered by Dec 20th, we will provide a FREE Karaoke Kindermusik CD to go with it, under the tree! Have them call 519-622-5702 to order.
“Hearing and listening are quite different. Hearing is a process involving nerves and muscles that reach adult efficiency by age four to five. Listening is a learned mental process that is concerned with hearing, attending, discriminating, understanding, and remembering. It can be improved with practice. Listening affects social interactions, one’s level of functioning, and perhaps […]
Did you know?… It’s not too late to sign your child, newborn to age 7, up for Kindermusik this fall? FAMILY TIME and SIGN&SING classes begin next week and run for 10 weeks. Or, you can join one of our 15-week sessions that began mid-September. Tuition will be prorated to reflect your registration date. Visit […]
Life has rhythm and pulse. A baby senses this in the womb as he hears the pulse of his mother’s heartbeat and feels the rhythm of her movements. For older children and adults, an example of steady beat in everyday life is the simple act of walking. Imagine if you changed speed with every step—that […]
by: Rachel Evans For the parents of a child with autism it can be a continuous process to search for new activities and stimulations that can prove to be a benefit their child. And the hardest part can be discerning the validity of the treatment in question, and the true long-term effects of implementation. But […]
On September 21, 2008, Kid’s Creations Art Studio celebrated its Grand Opening behind the Kindermusik of Cambridge studio with balloons, games, prizes, face painting, a bouncy castle, and of course, lots of art-making! Over $600 was raised in support of JDRF! KCAS Grand Opening
In June 2008, I was invited to speak at the Kindermusik South Africa Annual Convention. I was accompanied by my husband, Tim and oldest son, Tyler, who took all of these incredible photos of our 2-week visit. It was a life-altering experience that none of us will ever forget. Enjoy!
Lisa Rutledge, Cambridge TimesPublished on July 15, 2008 In a strife-ridden South African township, where children as young as two must learn to become self-reliant, there is a reason to scream – for bubbles… Blowing soapy bubbles – watching them float through the air and chasing them as they fall to the ground – is […]
Lisa Rutledge, Cambridge TimesPublished on May 16, 2008 When it comes to enriching a child’s life with art and music, there are no such things as borders and barriers. It’s a mindset that will serve Cambridge Kindermusik director Michelle Jacques well when she heads to South Africa next month to be a keynote speaker at […]