Archive for the ‘Music’ Category

March 2013 is Sing With Your Child Month!

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Music Together is a wonderful group of teachers who have put together a program of immersion and cooperation in early musical education. From active dramatic play to musical experience and sing along, their program has educated parents, children, and teachers, about the importance of musical education in young minds. This March, they have announced their 25th anniversary! In doing so they are claiming March 2013 as “Sing with your Child month.” There website has links to wonderful activities and tools to assist you in joining in this wonderful celebration at home. This is a program based out of Princeton, NJ but it is internationally recognized for their wonderful work in this field. I highly recommend you check out their website; for links to fun activities. (more…)

When To Start Music Lessons

Friday, December 28th, 2012

When should I start my child in music lessons…By Hunter Chadeayne

As a music educator and caregiver to young children, one of the most frequently asked questions I get is, “Is it too early to for my child to start music lessons?” Music and movement is a critical part of early childhood development.  It is never too early to expose your young child to music and to involve and immerse them in the arts. Here is a wonderful blog post on  This particular article in their online journal gives an age by age guide into the world of music lessons and programs. It talks about what kind of program might suit your child as they grow into their own interests and talents. If you are interested in programs like these check out your local community calendar and see what’s going on in your neighborhood. To read the article clink the link below!