Our final class of the session at Rosalie Hall was great fun! We had a great time learning all the hand signs for The More We Sing Together. The moms and staff picked them up very quickly. It was also awesome to see one of the babies shaking the maracas to the exact tempo of our jam song, The Lion Sleeps Tonight. Great progress!
This week’s class at Rosalie Hall was a lot of fun. The moms and staff had no trouble singing along with each of the songs, and the babies were all smiles. It was great to see some funny reactions when the wooden Thai Frogs were brought out as the instrument of the week. They sound just like frogs! Looking forward to a grand finale next week!
Despite a few obstacles getting started, we managed to have a nice class at Rosalie Hall today. We tried out some repeat songs to review last week’s repertoire, as well as some new songs about numbers. The moms were all smiling and singing when we revisited Little Green Frog. It was nice to see one older baby crawling his way to a front row seat to view the guitar. It’s these kinds of things that remind me that the kids are genuinely taking in the music and exploring their curiosity. Looking forward to next week’s class!
Today’s first class at Rosalie Hall was full of singing and smiles! Though moms can sometimes be a bit shy at first to sing along with the instructor, these moms were happy to try it out. It seemed especially encouraging for them to see their babies moving to the sound of the music. As it was an introductory class, I made sure to introduce some Rainbow Songs Foundation classics, including Roly Poly, and I Wake Up My Hands. It was awesome to see that some of the staff and moms already knew the words and were singing along instantly. I’m looking forward to a great mini-session over the next four weeks!