In a world filled with “be-alone” activities, are you looking to spend more one-on-one fun filled quality and engaging times with your children? Each music class is filled with fun and developmentally appropriate activities that will stimulate your child’s imagination and improve their increasing vocabulary. You will SING! Singing songs your child will gain independence, confidence, and learn self expression. You will PLAY! Using many percussion instruments, scarves, hoops, & stick ponies; you will move with your child enjoying music time together while improving their gross and fine motor coordination. You will LAUGH! Experiencing music through a child’s eyes, you will share their joy and wonder giving them and yourself a gift for life. Share music together as a family. Every 30 minute music session is filled with new songs and new activities and many wonderful instruments.

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Why is music so important?

Because it helps develop your child's ...

  • Brain
  • Skills
  • Confidence
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    Research has linked music to childhood brain development. When a baby is born, their brains are a jumble of neurons waiting to make connections and pathways to other neurons. Every time a neuron sparks, it makes a pathway. These pathways are shortcuts from point A to point B which will be used for higher level thinking later on in school used for math, reading, and language development. Brain scans of children while experiencing music showed nothing made neurons spark in their brains more than music. It was like fireworks in the sky. 



    So, while we are having fun, sharing and bonding together with music, so many amazing things are happening in the brain that will benefit them later on.

    Why is music important for your child? It is setting them up for success because it engages children:

    • Mentally (they are thinking about what they are doing)
    • Physically (when they are moving their bodies)
    • Emotionally (when are having fun and are emotionally engaged).
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    Behavioral and School Achievement. Music helps develop behavioral skills such as self-calming, impulse control, learning to wait, sharing, sitting still, listening, and taking turns. Miss Caryn remembers children would cry as she collected the instruments after a song. She assured the moms not to worry about the tears because the next activity introduced the child to a new instrument. Children learned to give up the instrument they had for the new one. Two classes later, there were no more tears and returning instruments was a breeze. Those children learned about taking turns and waiting with anticipation and cleaning up. Music helps develop School Achievement Skills such as attention, active listening, and memory (who didn’t learn the alphabet without the song alongside it?). Musical stories and rhymes also improve their vocabulary and helps with reading readiness. Rhythm activities and counting songs  improve math skills.  

    Why is music important for your child? It is setting them up for success because it engages children:

    • Mentally (they are thinking about what they are doing)
    • Physically (when they are moving their bodies)
    • Emotionally (when are having fun and are emotionally engaged).

     

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    Music is a positive outlet self-confidence. Nothing builds that self-confidence more than their self-expression. Their personality shines when they sing and dance and that is usually accompanied by laughter, smiles, and giggles. My goal and passion throughout my teaching career is “To instill the joy of music making in children”. Music makes it easy. I want them to fall in love with music. Music can turn your child’s mood around for the day. It can change the mood in your home. When kids are happy, parents are happy! It counteracts stress and anxiety in us as parents. Music will work its magic even on us as parents.

    Why is music important for your child? It is setting them up for success because it engages children:

    • Mentally (they are thinking about what they are doing)
    • Physically (when they are moving their bodies)
    • Emotionally (when are having fun and are emotionally engaged).
Our Music Teacher

Miss Caryn

I’m Caryn and I love to instill the joy of music in children while also giving moms a break. I have my undergrad and Masters degree in music education. I taught for 14 years as a private piano teacher and a K-5 general music teacher in Naperville Elementary schools..

COVID-19 has taken away many of the fun social activities your children enjoy. As grown-ups, we can become exhausted coming up with creative ideas to entertain and educate our children.

My love for children and my passion for music creates a nurturing learning environment. Children have fun while gaining skills used to begin instrumental lessons at a later age.

Kids love music. They come to life with music’s energy.  But group music classes are not workable right now. So what do we do? Through my virtual music classes, I’ll show you how to experience the fun, laughter, and energy of music classes right in your own home. And I’ll provide all the creative energy.  

Caryn’s Musicreators produces on demand virtual music classes for you and your children to enjoy. Because the videos are on demand, you can start and stop them at your convenience. Your children will have fun and develop skills they need to succeed in school. And the classes provide a much-needed opportunity to just have fun. A short 10-minute video can turn your little one’s mood around for the rest of the day.  

Check us out and see why kids have so much fun in our online classes. Click for a free music class. See firsthand how much fun our kids have! We hope you can join us soon!

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Caryn Borgetti
Teacher