Kindermusik Summer Camps are so much FUN!

June 29, 2008 at 2:57 am | Posted in Animals, Art, Babies, Children's Music, Creatures at the Ocean, Family, FUN, Kindermusik, Music, Music Making, Physical Education, Singing | 1 Comment
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I cannot believe our first summer camp session is over! Here is a visual taste of what we have been doing!

 Rocking in Zoo Train!rocking in Kindermusik

 Exercising in Peekaboo, I Love You!Bicycling feet to Twinkle Twinkle

   Rolling the Ball in Creatures at the Ocean!Rolling Beach Balls with a Partner in Creatures at the Ocean

Trotting and Galloping like Ponies and Horses!

Pretending to be ponies and horses in Zoo Train

Signing “More” in Sign & SingDo You Want More Music?

Making Circle Penguin Crafts in Zoo TrainPenguin Circle Crafts are fun in Zoo Train camp.

Playing balls with our families in Splash Family class.

Family groups playing with beach balls

Exploring the Woodblock in Peekaboo I Love You

Exploring the woodblock is fun!

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Wild Music at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences

August 3, 2007 at 8:41 pm | Posted in Animals, Blogroll, Children's Music, Creatures at the Ocean, Music, Music Making, Parenting | Leave a comment

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Close your eyes and listen
To the rhythms filling our forests and cities.
To the melodies of our seas and skies.
To the harmonies that greet each new dawn
and lull us to sleep each night.
Close your eyes and listen.
To the sounds and songs of life.
This is Wild Music.

Wild Music is a remarkable exhibition celebrating every note of every player in the symphony of life.  Jam with a whale.  Talk like a tiger.  Or sing like a songbird.  Visitors will learn the music of nature, and the very nature of music. N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences is hosting this new exhibit called Wild Music until September 16, 2007.  It is for all ages and features a special, interactive exhibit that explores the biological origins of music and how music is inspired by the music of other living creatures. To learn more about the exhibit read the article at the following link.

http://www.naturalsciences.org/exhibits/special_exhibits.html

This Saturday is a Wild Music Festival from 9:00 to 5:00. A small fee is required.

Last call for Summer Kindermusik this week!

July 30, 2007 at 6:50 am | Posted in Art, Babies, Blogroll, Children's Music, Creatures at the Ocean, Kindermusik, Music, Music Making, Music Together, Musical Instruments, Our Time, Parenting, Singing | Leave a comment

Second Summer Session begins this Tuesday with Creatures at the Ocean, Wednesday with Busy Days and Friday with Creatures in my Backyard. Check out the schedule on our website http://www.kindermusikofclayton.com and call or email me if you have any questions. We can’t wait to see you!  Ms. Julie

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Busy Days! Set your baby’s day to classical music. With a little more Tchaikovsky in your “Twinkle, Twinkle” repertoire you’ll discover new ways your baby benefits from the classics as you both develop an appreciation for the world’s most respected music. Each lesson features new activities and songs you can sing for all the places you go together—the store, the playground, the doctor, and more.

 

cno.gifCreatures at the Ocean. Sing sailor songs and make the ocean count. “Five little seashells lying on the shore: Swish! Went the waves and then there were four.” Make homemade kites and your own ocean wave drum! Children love Creatures at the Ocean because they sing, move, and play with Mom, Dad, or caregiver while

learning about the great outdoors, nature-friendly ideas and all kinds of interesting creatures unique to the coastal environment.  We will dive into lessons like Ahoy There, On My Beach Blanket, Coastal Waters, Riding the Waves, and In the Deep Blue Sea. So put on your beach clothes and join us for an ocean adventure!

0-06-03005.jpgCreatures in My Backyard.  Give your child something to sing about in her own backyard. Be the flower from the “seed’s” perspective. Big Kids Run and jump in rain puddles made from hula hoops. Shoo pretend flies and sing and dance to “Shoo Fly.” Parents fly babies from flower to flower like buzzing bees, and explore instruments and more!

Children are naturally curious and delighted by the world around them. Creatures in My Backyard encourages you and your child to explore your environment and make new discoveries.  Through music, movement, storytelling, and instrument exploration, your child will uncover the creatures living in her own backyard – from birds, turtles, squirrels, and rabbits to flowers, caterpillars, and bumble-bees!  Your child will experience Nesting in a Tree, Digging in the Dirt, Flying to a Flower, Hiding in the Grass, and Sitting on the Porch. So put on your sandals and join us for a backyard adventure!

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