A Song in Your Heart

Kindergarten? I’m Not Ready!! How To Prepare Your Child

In the not too distant future looms an important day. It’s almost time for your child to walk through the doors of Kindergarten as a student! Gulp. Take deep breaths. You’re an adult…you can handle this! Let’s focus instead on … Continue reading

Keep Learning Going Through the Summer

Deep into summer, children thriving through play, free from the strictures of the academic year, full-time caregivers are starting to count down the days to the start of school. Concerns about the inevitable “summer backslide” might be creeping into some … Continue reading

“Mom . . . I’m Bored!” Embrace the Summertime Blues

Summertime: when the livin’ is easy . . . except when it’s not. Holiday celebrations, hosting barbeques and picnics, finding child care, taking kids to their various enrichment activities, swimming lessons, road trips, family reunions, and more. What a wonderful … Continue reading

Music Stroll!

Here at Song of the Heart Studios we are always talking about CONNECTION. It is one of our core values that informs everything we do here. Music has a unique power to build connection through shared experiences and stimulating the … Continue reading

5 Tips for Kindermusik Success

As we have had a few new families join us for Summermusik, it’s important for you to know a few of our best tips to get the most out of your experience. It’s a good reminder for our returning families … Continue reading

Family Jam of Joy!

Here at Song of the Heart Studios our hearts are bursting with pride and joy! Thank you so much for coming out to our Family Jam! There were 29 beautiful Kindermusik graduates this year! It was incredible to watch them … Continue reading

Beat Away the Stress

Ahh, Springtime. It’s finally here! The wisteria and tulips are in bloom. The weather alternates between sunny and rainy. We’re shrugging off the winter blues and producing more Vitamin D. You’d think it would be all sunshine and flowers . … Continue reading

Rainbow Connection: A Pathway to Social Bonding

In 2012 an archaeological site in Europe unearthed the oldest musical instrument artifacts ever found: flutes carved from bird bone and mammoth ivory. These instruments date back ~42,000 years. That means that when our Paleolithic ancestors were engaged in the … Continue reading

Why Shared Musical Experiences with Your Child Are So Important (And Ideas to Implement!)

Parents who seek information about what is best to do for their child—parents like you!—are relieved when an idea can be described as definitively true. It’s even better when that idea involves something that is easy and fun for children … Continue reading

Let’s SING!

You may have noticed our new “Let’s Sing!” initiative in our studio. We have always encouraged you and your little ones to sing along with us during our classes, but sometimes it’s easy to forget to participate in this most … Continue reading