Monday, July 27, 2009

ASU's Fall Semester of Baby/Preschool Music Classes

Registration for ASU's Fall semester of Baby and Preschool music classes will begin in August.
These are fun classes you won't want to miss out on! They are held on Saturday mornings and will begin September 5th. To register go to:

Can You Sing a Rainbow? Age 1 and parent

Parents and toddlers will discover the different colors of music, as they dance with colored scarves, bounce with balls, play instruments to jam sessions and sing a variety of songs. Experience the many styles of music and see how you can incorporate them into your home to make your child's home routines flow easier.

Dr. Seuss and Mother Goose, rhythms and rhymes and music sublime! Age 2 and parent

Wordplay, rhymes, music, and movement--all these activities and more will delight your child as he enters the world of words. Let music help your child acquire speaking vocabulary and prepare her/him for the wonder of reading to come.

Let's Sing, Let's Play, Let's Wiggle and Move! Age 3 and parent

You and your child will experience music with your whole body! You'll use your voice to sing, your ears to listen to music, your hands to play drums and your feet to dance. See how you can harness your child's energy through music!

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

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I'm a music teacher with a passion for teaching music to children. I teach music classes for:
1. Babies and parents
2. Preschool age children and parents
3. Suzuki piano lessons and traditional piano lessons with a twist!
4. Homeschoolers at Eagleridge Enrichment Program through the Mesa School District
I teach music classes for babies and their parents as well as music classes for preschoolers and their parents through ASU's community school classes. This is a community education resource that offers classes in many areas. To view class schedules and to register for classes go to: (registration for Fall Semester begins in Aug)
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I also teach music classes for families with
multiple age preschool children. I love to teach
these classes at Retirement Centers where we can involve the "grandmas and grandpas" who live there. New classes will begin in September. To register for these classes email me at

I teach piano lessons in my home.
What a wonderful gift to give your child, the ability to make music and use it to enrich his/her life as well as others. Besides the gift of music, you are giving him the opportunity to learn self discipline, consistency, how to break a difficult thing down into manageable pieces, perseverance, math skills, listening discrimination, etc.

I teach piano using the Suzuki Method. Children as young as 3 or 4 years of age can easily be taught to play any musical instrument using this method. Children listen to their songs, then learn to play their songs, and finally learn to read music. (for more info go to However, since children learn in many different ways, I also teach "traditional piano" with a fun twist!
If you are interested in your child learning to play the piano, please email me at

Saturday, July 4, 2009

ASU Music class for Tiny Tots

The Tiny Tots Music class at ASU is in it's 5th week. The Moms and Dads have been having lots of fun with their babies as we chant and sing nursery rhymes and experience the joy that music brings. Did you know that nursery rhymes can prepare your baby for a successful reading career? Listening to rhyming words, alliteration, and rhythm creates connections in your baby's brain that start him on the future road to reading.

New preschool music classes will be starting for the Fall Semester through ASU's community school. Registration begins in Aug. To see classes offered and to register go to


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