Posts Tagged ‘Exploring Music’

The Benefits of Music in Early Development and Education

The value of music in childhood development is often underestimated. Kids who are involved in drumming, for example, learn to focus their attention and effort on one activity. This improves a children’s abilities to concentrate and stay focused. Studies reveal that playing a percussion instrument strengthens skills in math and science.  Drumming teaches children about material…

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Rolie Polie Guacamole!

Rolie Polie Guacamole performed an awesome show on Thursday, July 25 at the Children’s Museum in Easton! In case you missed it, or you just really enjoyed it, we spoke with lead singer and guitarist Frank Gallo to learn more about the band RPG consists of Frank Gallo along with Andrew Tuzchilin on the bass…

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Exploring Music

Wednesdays are all about Exploring Music at the Children’s Museum! Kerry Campbell teaches a fun, interactive class to toddlers and preschoolers centered around singing, playing, and learning. Today the children clapped sticks along to, “Little Red Caboose,” recited a rainy day poem, shook egg shakers to the beat, sang a song with a silly crocodile…

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