1. Read Together There’s a strong connection between the skills required for reading books and reading music, and you can enhance both reading literacy and music literacy by reading with your child. It’s a great way to sneak in some calming snuggle time too! 2. Take a Listening Walk Listening is a huge part of […]
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Testimonial from Jennifer B. On a personal note, I wanted to share with you what my feedback was about the class. My son hasn’t really loved anything music or group singing in general lately. He likes singing at home with me but if we ever try to have a circle time at a program he […]
This music-filled class for 2 to 3 year old children celebrates the unique joys of your growing child. Each week your child will love singing, dancing, and playing instruments with you and her new friends and you’ll love helping her practice a wide variety of abilities such as gross and fine motor skills, turn-taking, social […]
Rachel Beretta and David Isaac were at Kindermusik of Cambridge in the 1990’s until they graduated from the Young Child program. Both went on to study piano and theory, achieving their Grade 8 RCM and Grade 2 Rudiments. Childhood friends and classmates, it was through a senior piano class at the studio of Amber Morphy […]
Below is an article written by a Kindermusik mom, former Kindermusik teacher , and music instructor: Amber Morphy. This may be of particular interest to our private students and Young Child course graduates: It is that time of year already. Time to think about what activities you/your child would like to participate in next year. […]
Join us for some big-time, animal fun at our May Playdate… ANIMALS EVERYWHERE! Friday May 13 th or Monday May 16th 10:00-11:00 am We’ll sing, dance, bounce and play to songs about elephants, horses, penguins, monkeys, kangaroos and more. We’ll start with 15 minutes of free play and exploration, followed by 45 minutes of structured […]
Last month, The New York Times reported on new research conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology involving the most musical of organs: the brain. Professors Nancy Kanwisher and Josh H. McDermott, and postdoc fellow Sam Norman-Haignere have proven that there are neural pathways dedicated to experiencing music – think a special HOV lane specifically reserved for musical […]