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Children Birth to Five Years, Accompanied by a Guardian
Music Together® is based on the premise that all children are musical and parents/caregivers play a crucial role in activating and nurturing their child’s musical development. Classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. Activities are playful, non-performance-oriented musical experiences - developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers - regardless of their own musical ability. Best of all, it’s fun! Min 6/Max 12 per session.
Winter 2016 Drum Session:
Dates/Time: Mon, Jan 18 - Mar 21 | 10:30 — 11:15am - CLASS FULL
OR Tue, Jan 19 - Mar 22 | 10:30am - 11:15am
Location: Park District Building, 5475 Maxwelton Rd, Room 125
Instructor: Jess Monett started playing the piano when she was
six years old and discovered her passion for music. She received a B.S. in Music Education, then began her career as the band director at LMS. Jess is also on staff at Joe’s Island Music, teaching piano and band instruments. She enjoys accompanying various community musical groups, and is thrilled to share music with children. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuition: $103*, additional siblings 9 months - 5 years: $80
**Additional registration fee of $41 per family is due at first class and paid directly to instructor. Checks made payable to MTWI. Class materials include a CD, a login code to access online resources, music activity book, and parent guide so you can continue the musical experience throughout the week.
Where Community & Education Meet
New & Experienced Parents (kids ages birth - 5 years welcome too)
An eight week series for caregivers intended to educate and encourage new and experienced parents. Get out of the house and learn valuable information while meeting with others who can relate. A relaxed atmosphere where children can move freely and play while parents gather for discussion. Toys and tea provided. Age exceptions made at the discretion of the instructor with permission. Max capacity of children is 15.
Tentative Topical Schedule (check website for updates)
Week 1: The Transition to Parenthood: My body, My Identity, My Relationships
Week 2: Breastfeeding: Basics and Troubleshooting
Week 3: Infant and Child Resuscitation and Choking
Week 4: Feeding: The Parent - Child Relationship
Week 5: Postpartum Mood Disorders
Week 6: Emotion Coaching and Discipline
Week 7: Breastfeeding: Basics and Troubleshooting
Week 8: Group Choice
Thu | Jan 28–Mar 17 | 10-11:30am
Location: SWPRD Room 125
Instructor: Hillary Edwards BS, RN, CLE is a local Whidbey resident, nurse, and mother of three. Currently she practices as a lactation consultant providing in home consultations. As well, she works alongside local midwives assisting in labor and delivery. Hillary is certified as a Gottman Educator of The Bringing Baby Home Program and formed her organization, Nourished Families, with the goal of supporting the health and wellbeing of families, marriages, and children. Email: email@example.com Website : www.nourished-families.com
Fee: $50 for 8 week pass or a weekly drop in fee of $7/session.
beginning in January