Kindermusik semester begins Sept. 18

“Something to Sing About” has announced the launch here of its new semester classes of Kindermusik—the world’s leading music and movement program for children from birth to age seven.
Kindermusik fosters the total development of young children through a combination of music and movement.
Parents with newborns, toddlers, and children aged four-seven can participate in Kindermusik activities—jingling bells, pounding drums, floating scarves, “hooting” owl sounds, and little feet moving in time to music—for a valuable learning experience for both the child and the parent or caregiver.
Melanie Bodnar offers a complete development program where both children and parents learn through music and movement.
Bodnar, a licensed Kindermusik educator, has her Bachelor of Education and has taught elementary music in the school system. She strongly believes Kindermusik provides a powerful experience for a child.
“The many songs and activities in Kindermusik class enhance a child’s total development by strengthening physical, emotional, social, and cognitive skills at a very early age,” Bodnar explained.
“Teaching children through Kindermusik has allowed me to experience the joy of watching children learn and grow through music,” she added. “Kindermusik creates a warm, creative learning environment for both parents and children.”
The fall/winter semester begins Sept. 18. Classes being offered this session are “Village” (newborns to 18 months old), “Our Time (18 months old to three years), “Imagine That” (aged three-five), and “Young Child” (aged five-seven).
This semester, “Something to Sing About!” is offering classes in Fort Frances, both during the day and in the evenings, in order to meet the needs of busy families.
All classes are 16-week sessions.
Classes meet at “Something to Sing About!” at 271 Scott St. (back entrance).
For more information, see the ad elsewhere in today’s edition of the Times.