Have some fun putting your creativity to work!
If you visit us sometime, feel free to bring your drawings and we’ll share on a bulletin board. Or mail them in! Let us know your name, age and which pieces of music you used for your drawings.
Register for Mpala Field Trip
On March 3, 2021 we’ll be visiting with the Elephants at the Mpala Living Laboratory.
This winter, Pakachoag’s RK class and other Rhythm Kids classes around the world are drumming and jamming along to rhythms inspired by elephants.
So, thanks to Music Together Worldwide, on Wednesday, March 3, at 12:30 PM ET, we’re going on a virtual field trip to see these amazing animals in their natural habitat . . . at the world-renowned Mpala Research Centre in Nanyuki, Kenya.
While showing us around, Mpala Executive Director Dr. Dino Martins
Bring your children’s elephant questions and something to drum on . . . we’ll be making music, too!
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event. Children of all ages welcome.Register for Mpala Field Trip
Join the Fun – just click the button above to submit a quick registration sign-up and Music Together worldwide will send you the event link.
Rhymes, more specifically nursery rhymes, have been with us for centuries. The earliest known published collection of nursery rhymes was Tommy Thumb’s (Pretty) Song Book, 2 vol. (London, 1744).
The Music Together curriculum is rich with rhymes. Songs with words that rhyme, like “Hey, Diddle, Diddle,” help children hear how individual sounds come together to make words.
To expand and reinforce your child’s speech and memory skills, try singing other words that rhyme in place of “diddle” and “moon.” When your child is ready, they can come up with their own words that rhyme. You can even use nonsense words and silly phrases! For example:
Hey, doodle, doodle, the cat and the noodle,
the cow jumped over the hoop.
The little dog laughed to see such sport,
and the dish ran away with the soup!
Hey, Diddle, Diddle is one of several free songs available on the Music Together free Hello Everybody App.
Sign-Up is now closed, as of Tuesday, January 5th, 2:30 pm.
Thank you to all who signed up! We’re excited to see you tomorrow. Watch for follow up email coming from the office.
If you are interested in signing up for a future demo, please email email@example.com. Thank you!
Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of your own musical ability?
Experience Music Together® and find out how important–and how much fun–your role can be!
Come ready to bounce, jump, dance and sing. No special skills required – just your enthusiasm.
You’ll be amazed at the response of even the youngest children to this informal, developmentally appropriate and thoroughly researched approach to music.
Our Music Together classes build on your child’s natural enthusiasm for music and movement.
This free drop in class (like our Winter Session classes) is offered via Zoom. Please complete and submit the form below at least 24 hours in advance so we can send you a zoom link for your. We’ll admit you via the remote waiting room which helps us ensure we’re safe for those participating.
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Making music as a family brings you closer together and naturally supports your child’s development in so many ways. That’s why as a Music Together® licensee, we say Music Learning Supports All Learning®!
Social distancing and remote work and school mean that a lot of us are spending more time together at home these days, so you might be looking for new family activities that are easy and fun for everyone. (Bonus if they are also educational!)
Playing musically with your little ones checks all the boxes, and Music Together Worldwide is going live on Facebook to give you the know-how you need to make music a part of your day.
Join us live on the Music Together Worldwide Facebook Page (@musictogether) at 2 PM (EDT) on September 17, for a conversation with Dr. Lili Levinowitz, Music Together® Coauthor and Director of Research, and Susan Darrow, Music Together Worldwide CEO. Lili and Susan will talk about the impact of music on early childhood development. They will share lots of family music activities you can try at home to support your child’s learning — plus tips on how music can help YOU through pandemic parenting!
Register online for our New Music Together Online program by no later than March 31st, AND we’ll deduct $25 off the usual $196 tuition.
Register one or more siblings, and we’ll waive the sibling fee up front. We’ll just ask you to pay a $15 sibling per class fee (guaranteed to save you dollars), if/when we resume to in-person
A savings of up to $146 !!
Registering after March 31st? You can still save (just not quite as much).
For Registrations after March 31st, 2020: With classes moving to interactive online for the foreseeable future (we’ll resume some classes in-person if/when public schools resume), we have reduced the sibling tuition rate to $20 ! (Yes, that is $20 for the session, not just one week.) Please include all children (birth through age 5) who will participate on your registration form, with name and date of birth.
For those classes that might resume in-person, we will pro-rate for any siblings based on the number of weeks remaining in the session as of our in-person resume date. No additional fees apply to first child. The pro-rate per class sibling fee is $15 (same as before), but we’ll cap that rate at $60 maximum. Because of in-person class maximums, we may not be able to accommodate additional siblings at a later date, unless they appear on the registration form when registering.Register Today!
Ask your child to draw what they are singing about on the”Stick Tune” printable posted below.
Share with Pakachoag too @pakmusic.ma (instagram). You’ll need to post on the MT links above to qualify for the gift certificate.
Make sure your post/profile is public so MT Worldwide can find it! Have fun making up your own verses to this Music Together classic.
One lucky family from among the MT worldwide community posting will win a $50 gift certificate to use toward their MT class tuition.
Post by no later than 3/31/2020Sticks Drawing Page Register Online
Do you have a baby, toddler or pre-schooler? Come check out our Music Together program. We’re offering a free demo class for families new to Pakachoag on
Open slots are limited to 12 children so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space.
Our teacher for this class is Brittany Stockwell.
Birth to age five are the formative developmental years for brain development and so much more. Music Together classes develop skills for
and so much more.
And did you know: Music making is the ONLY activity which engages and lights up the full brain. That is in part why Music Together is used around the world and why so many parents and grandparents enroll their children every session and every year during the formative birth to age five window.
Don’t forget to reserve your space. Email email@example.com.
Coming up on March 12, 2019, join Music Together National for a free edWebinar.
Healthy social-emotional skills in early childhood can have a profound impact on a child’s overall development and learning. In fact, many early childhood experts see positive social skills as the most important factor for school readiness and later school success. Developmentally appropriate, participatory, group and dyad music and movement activities have special characteristics that not only support young children as they develop socially and emotionally but also support group cohesion in the classroom.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Lili M. Levinowitz will introduce participants to the important dimensions of social and emotional development and demonstrate fun and accessible songs and other music activities that support a range of social and emotional skills, including self-regulation, self-confidence, leadership, social competence, and emotional intelligence. You’ll leave this edWebinar with a deeper understanding of the ways in which music can naturally support children’s social and emotional development in the preschool years!
This presentation will be of interest to educators working with toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners. There will be time for questions after Dr. Levinowitz’s edWebinar.