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November 8, 2015

 

White lab coats. Sterile rooms with fluorescent lights. Charts and spreadsheets. And people named Doctor So-and-So or You-Know-Who, PhD.

 

Yes. That image often materializes when we think about the word RESEARCH. We rarely think about the game Peek-a-Boo or filling a ti...

September 13, 2015

Turns out that nature does need a little nurturing after all, especially when it comes to the development of the brain.  The “Philadelphia study,” as it’s been called, was the first to establish a clear connection between childhood experience and how the brain develops...

August 4, 2015

I saw you today.

 

Yes. You!

 

Did you really think that you could slip in unnoticed after class already started? We had finished all the rounds of the “Hello” song and just transitioned into rhythm sticks when you and your child walked into the classroom. You held your he...

April 18, 2015

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In Kindermusik classrooms all around the world, Kindermusik educators are as much about providing a rich, lasting musical learning experience for the child as they are about giving parents lots of tips and resources that help make great parenting just a little bit eas...

February 24, 2015

Research continues to show that academic success relies heavily on social and emotional well-being, right from the start. Helping young children to recognize and label feelings supports healthy social-emotional growth and is a vital skill in early childhood education.

 

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January 29, 2015

If you peek in the window of a Kindermusik classroom, it might look like we are just playing with bells, having fun with friends, cuddling with mom, and dancing around the room.  But the real truth is that we are using the power of music and the joy of movement to help...

January 13, 2015

Sustainability for kids can start with a seed—literally and figuratively. We put together five ways to involve the whole family in protecting the environment for kids. From planting a garden to planting the knowledge about the importance of sustainability, we think you...

January 6, 2015

When you read an article title like “Why Math Might Be the Secret to School Success,” you stop and pay attention. “We think math might be sort of a lever to improve outcomes for kids longer term,” lead researcher Pamela Morris said. Now that’s a powerful statement.  Bu...

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