Singing together appears to inspire spontaneous cooperative and helpful behavior among 4-year-olds. That’s the conclusion of new research that provides support for an intriguing theory regarding the...| Read More »
Perhaps the first and biggest benefit people get from volunteering is the satisfaction of incorporating service into their lives and making a difference in their community and country.
The intangib...| Read More »
The important question then is not when to start lessons, but what is the goal of music lessons for young children? Once the child is around age three, it may be time for more formalized “lessons.” Th...| Read More »
In addition to improving creativity, learning music cultivates many skills that will continue to be useful to your children throughout their lives. The following are some of the skills that listenin...| Read More »
Remember, your posture is very important to the quality of your singing as well as being nice to look at for your audience.If sitting down while warming up or rehearsing, remember to "sit well". This ...| Read More »
My favorite tip is providing attractive name tags to hang from the neck..to leave enough room for stars and stickers for the things they did well each day. I feel it is important that they become fami...| Read More »
Children should stand up, put one open hand on his or her waist, just above belly button, and slowly breath in and out, so they learn where their breath comes from while singing. For K-3 or 4 grades, ...| Read More »