Make your Daycare Shine with Music

Master Circle Time, learn to provide young kids with the tremendous benefit of musical participation.

Do you want to set your Daycare apart with a special circle time?

What you’ll learn

  • Make your Daycare stand out with early childhood music.
  • Young learners get to keep the beat and play along with a professional musician.
  • Young learners get exposed to sounds from the orchestra, like the flute, the violin and the double bass..
  • Young students get to dance with scarves to music, a great gross motor activity.
  • Unique, structured classes which include original compositions and familiar childrens’ songs.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Week 1: Seasons and Marching Bands –> 10 lectures • 22min.
  • Week 2: A Bear and an Enchanted Evening –> 8 lectures • 19min.
  • Week 3: Flowers and Stars –> 10 lectures • 20min.
  • Week 4: Lions and Giraffes –> 10 lectures • 22min.
  • Week 5: Starlight and Sparrows –> 10 lectures • 18min.
  • Thank you for joining – conclusion. –> 1 lecture • 1min.

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Do you want to set your Daycare apart with a special circle time?

Would you like to master circle time with music?

I’m Ms.Hanlie, a professional pianist and violinist and Early Childhood Music teacher.

This course provides you with 5 weeks of easy-to-follow circle activities, each week’s class about half an hour long.

May I ask, please wait until you have done at least 2 lessons, before adding your review or feedback. Your honest feedback will help me a lot!

Children will get exposed to sounds from the orchestra, like flute, violin and double bass, they will learn to keep a steady beat, together with Ms. Hanlie, and they will get to show their beautiful dance moves with scarf dances.

Benefits of the activities in this class, include gross motor development and developing a love of music at a young age.

Feel free to follow the course from start to finish, or skip around and try different activities to see what your littles enjoy the most.

Resources you may need, are:

– Hand bells, good to have one in each hand

– Tambourines

– Shakers

– Scarves (make sure they are not too large, or the kids could trip on them)

– Wooden Claves (also called rhythm sticks)

Thank you and have fun.

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