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What Should My Child Listen To? And Will It Drive Me Crazy?

Many parents are trying to find music that will keep their children entertained, help them to grow musically and not drive mom and dad crazy. Good news! I’m here to help! Below are my guidelines for selecting great music, including […]

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Again??!!

Sometimes, in the baby class, it can feel like we repeat activities and songs SO MANY TIMES!!
This is on purpose. Babies learn through repetition! When an adult hears something new, it is generally pretty easy for us to figure out […]

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6 Tips for Improving Your Singing Voice

Do you ever feel like bursting into song, but are nervous about subjecting others to the noise? Here’s some help!

1) Listening when you sing is just about the most important thing you can do. Take time to deliberately use […]

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Staff Spotlight…Megan Moss

Megan has loved music ever since she was little and her mom and dad took her to family music classes! Her mother swears she is responsible for all musical talent because of singing to and playing music for Megan while she was in […]

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Memories…

What is your earliest memory? I remember watching my parents leave the house for a date, and being mad that I was left with a babysitter. I also remember the goldenrod yellow carpet of our first house, coming home to […]

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Our Brains are So Awesome!

I was recently at an early childhood development seminar, and learned a little bit more about the human brain. Did you know that when most animals are born, their brains are 95% developed? When a human baby is born, however, […]

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A Musical Legacy

Until a few years ago our church had a gentleman named Frank who would occasionally play the saxophone for our worship service. He was a very talented musician — he used to play professional jazz — In the 1950’s. When […]

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Where are We Going?

One of my favorite parts of the Musikgarten curriculum is its sequential nature. Musikgarten has an eight year plan for your child, starting at birth, which can help them develop into musically minded people at a very young age. Because […]

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I Love You, You Love Me…

When my oldest was born, I swore Barney would have no place in our house. Ever. (I also swore off Disney and the color pink — but that’s another story) Perhaps you made a similar vow against the big purple […]

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