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Whether your child is the next Beyonce or more likely to sing her solos in the shower, she is bound to benefit from some form of music education. Research shows that learning the do-re-mis can help children excel in ways beyond the basic ABCs.

More Than Just Music
Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. “A music-rich experience for children of singing, listening and moving is really bringing a very serious benefit to children as they progress into more formal learning,” says Mary Luehrisen, executive director of the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation, a not-for-profit association that promotes the benefits of making music.

Making music involves more than the voice or fingers playing an instrument; a child learning about music has to tap into multiple skill sets, often simultaneously. For instance, people use their ears and eyes, as well as large and small muscles, says Kenneth Guilmartin, cofounder of Music Together, an early childhood music development program for infants through kindergarteners that involves parents or caregivers in the classes.

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First stop is fun on this party train! Your child will become the conductor for the day at this train-themed party, featuring an exciting birthday concert by Kidville's own Rockin' Railroad crew! Party passengers will receive a conductor hat and bandana, make a special train art project, and sing and dance along with the band. All aboard for this rockin' adventure! (Additional charge.)  Click here to see photos and read more about this party!

Whether your child is the next Beyonce or more likely to sing her solos in the shower, she is bound to benefit from some form of music education. Research shows that learning the do-re-mis can help children excel in ways beyond the basic ABCs.

More Than Just Music
Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. “A music-rich experience for children of singing, listening and moving is really bringing a very serious benefit to children as they progress into more formal learning,” says Mary Luehrisen, executive director of the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation, a not-for-profit association that promotes the benefits of making music.

Making music involves more than the voice or fingers playing an instrument; a child learning about music has to tap into multiple skill sets, often simultaneously. For instance, people use their ears and eyes, as well as large and small muscles, says Kenneth Guilmartin, cofounder of Music Together, an early childhood music development program for infants through kindergarteners that involves parents or caregivers in the classes.

Today's guest post comes from Hillary Smith.   Hillary Smith loves technology and hasn’t met a gadget that didn’t catch her attention. After graduating from the Northwestern Medill School of Journalism, Hillary began a career as a freelance writer focusing on the telecommunications industry. She works out every day and spoils her English bulldog, Chauncey. Maybe it will happen over Christmas time. Maybe it will happen on your child’s birthday. Maybe it will happen on some idle Sunday … [Read more...]

While I finish up radiation treatments, this have been a little quiet here on Growing Kids Ministry.  I thought it might be a perfect time to share a few guest posts.  The following is an excerpt from Talking with God (released March 21st).  Read more about the book and the author, Adam Weber at adamweber.com.  I am not a runner. I like to walk. Walking is good. But running is a different story. You’ll never see me running without a legitimate reason. Like for a Chipotle burrito. I might … [Read more...]

In our Wednesday night kids club program, we're using the Roller Coaster curriculum from High Voltage right now.  In our introduction lesson, we talked about how life can be like a roller coaster -- high points and low points.  Sometimes, we can feel on top of the world only to be crashed to the bottom of the roller coaster the very next day. Let me tell you, I can relate. We've certainly had some highs and lows in the past year, and I bet you have too. Yet, through it all, I know that … [Read more...]

1. Print out the snowman pattern and the outfits you would like to use. You may want to make three different snowmen each with a different outfit.

3. If you would like to make the snowman into a paper doll so that you can dress and undress the snowman, cut the snowman out and add tabs to the clothes.

1. To make the head of the snowman crinkle up scrap paper and stuff a bag about half full. Tie off the end, and paint the bag white.