Thurs. 3/27: MUSIC TOGETHER FREE TRIAL CLASS! 9:30 am & 10:45 am at Blackhawk Plaza. For all demos; limit 12 children in each please. Parents names and phone OR email with child;s name and age requested in RSVP please to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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It is no accident that we celebrate Sing With Your Child Month in March—a month symbolizing rebirth and growth, which reminds us of our most precious resource—our children. As parents, we have only a finite amount of time to connect with our children before they grow up. When looking for activities to do with your family, remember that singing and making music doesn’t cost a dime—and it supports your children’s development, too.
When we take the time to sing and make music as a family, we form everlasting bonds, which ultimately allow our children to feel safe and secure as they grow, putting them on the road to future success. In addition to the bonding that occurs when parents sing and make music with their children, the children grow into confident music-makers who are able to participate with joy in the music of their culture. And, music learning supports all learning™ by promoting creativity, personal expression, and social interaction.
The beauty is that making music with children does not require special skills or “musical talent.” In fact, this may be the one time in your life when the audience (your children!) will always be thrilled with your participation—and want more! These experiences will live in your children’s memories for the rest of their lives and help them develop the necessary qualities to grow into loving and confident adults.
The impact of singing and making music with your child is immeasurable, and the rewards of this simple act will help us make the world a much better place than it is now. Sing a song, grab a drum (or even a plastic bowl and wooden spoon!) and join us as we celebrate Sing With Your Child Month this March.
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