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Next time you're outside try singing “There’s a Little Wheel a-Turnin’.” As you walk, change the lyrics to reflect your surroundings.
For example, try singing, “There’s a little child walking in the park.” "there's a little girl swinging on the swing"
This idea and pictures too come from the Music Together Family Music Zone which you can access at
musictogether.com using your code on the inside flap of your summer CD case
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Sol La Ti's Music Together shared their GIF. ...

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Parent Ed Pussycat song
We have been doing the Pussycat song in class.
One of our teachers had the idea to substitute a child's name for the pussycat.
So she sang:
Abigail, Abigail where have you been, you been you been?
Abigail sang right back to her
"I've been to London to visit the queen, the queen, the queen"
Then she asked Lauren
Lauren replied singing
"I've been at home".
We both didn't expect that the girls would respond to our questions and even more so did we not expect them to sing the melody of the song back at us. We were both totally amazed. So I thought this would be so great to use this song this week as a lullaby.

Try this at home
Sing the pussycat song with your child at bedtime and find out what he/she did all day. You can continue with the song by asking "what did you there" and both of you can come up with all kind of things. Just a reminder: It doesn't have to rhyme. By modeling how you make up your own verses to a song you are encouraging creative thinking in your child.
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A 93-year-old jazz pianist suffering from dementia and depression was given a new lease of life when his care home discovered his talent.

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A 93-year-old jazz pianist suffering from dementia and depression was given a new lease of life when his care home discovered his talent.

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PreRhythm Kids is designed for preschool children with a parent or caregiver. Utilizing the Music Together curriculum each week, we drum, sing, dance, play rhythm instruments, and begin to play music-based games. PreRhythm Kids guides children toward developmentally appropriate music and movement activities, where they can begin to take charge, lead others, and be musically creative, as they:
· make up their own drumming patterns

· invent new ways to play rhythm instruments (shakers, sticks, etc.)

· create movement ideas for songs

· and even take a drum solo!
Classes are for preschoolers ages 3–5 and include:

· 6 weekly, 45-minute classes

· Songbook and 2 CDs each semester

· Access to online drum-play videos and other material
Your child will:

· Explore the world of rhythm through movement, instrument play, and song

· Develop basic rhythm skills, like keeping beat, improvising, ensemble play, and soloing

· Learn to create, cooperate, and express themselves musically
Drums will be provided for the class each week. Just add hands! _____________
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Rhythm Kids

June 29, 2017, 4:30pm - June 29, 2017, 4:15pm

PreRhythm Kids is designed for preschool children with a parent or caregiver. Utilizing the Music Together curriculum each week, we drum, sing, dance, play rhythm instruments, and begin to play music-based games. PreRhythm Kids guides children toward developmentally appropriate music and movement activities, where they can begin to take charge, lead others, and be musically creative, as they: · make up their own drumming patterns · invent new ways to play rhythm instruments (shakers, sticks, etc.) · create movement ideas for songs · and even take a drum solo! Classes are for preschoolers ages 3–5 and include: · 6 weekly, 45-minute classes · Songbook and 2 CDs each semester · Access to online drum-play videos and other material Your child will: · Explore the world of rhythm through movement, instrument play, and song · Develop basic rhythm skills, like keeping beat, improvising, ensemble play, and soloing · Learn to create, cooperate, and express themselves musically Drums will be provided for the class each week. Just add hands! _____________

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Did you know?
Music making is one of only 4 activities that stimulates “neuroplasticity”, the brain’s ability to form new pathways and make novel connections between pre-existing skill sets. The Music Together® experience is multi-modal, exercising several areas of the brain simultaneously. Thus, it has a positive effect on ALL learning.
The early years are a crucial time to give your child a head start on his/her future life. During this period, the brain develops at its fastest rate. Music improves language development, the development of fine and gross motor skills, spatial awareness and social learning. Music Together® is a research based, award winning program that will enhance not only your child’s development but also give caregivers new insights on education and music learning.
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Free Demo Class Music Together

July 7, 2017, 10:30am - July 7, 2017, 10:15am

Did you know? Music making is one of only 4 activities that stimulates “neuroplasticity”, the brain’s ability to form new pathways and make novel connections between pre-existing skill sets. The Music Together® experience is multi-modal, exercising several areas of the brain simultaneously. Thus, it has a positive effect on ALL learning. The early years are a crucial time to give your child a head start on his/her future life. During this period, the brain develops at its fastest rate. Music improves language development, the development of fine and gross motor skills, spatial awareness and social learning. Music Together® is a research based, award winning program that will enhance not only your child’s development but also give caregivers new insights on education and music learning.

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