Naomi Doerr
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Steady beat is required for walking, talking, using a pair of scissors and  bouncing a ball, and more.  Feeling and moving to steady beat develops a sense of time and the ability to organize and coordinate movements within time. Kindermusik educator shares tips for parents to support their child's steady beat development.

Kindermusik teacher shares tips on how parents can support a child’s steady beat development

Fun new music instrument to add to the music box

castanets using bottle caps & cardboard. to cover up the beer bottle caps I gave each cap a coat of Mod Podge. It acts as a sealer so that the paint will stick to the cap. Then I painted each cap with acrylic paint. - Music theme next year!

Homemade instrument ideas

susan akins posted Children's DIY Drum set with paint cans. Too cute! Having more than one drum increases the opportunities for your child to work on bilateral movement, sequencing of movements, and crossing midline. Coast Music Therapy tip: have a co.

Store your scarves! :D

Clothes Hanger This specially designed hanger has holes to neatly display and store up to 10 scarves. The hanger puts scarf options in plain sight and eliminates rummaging through a drawer to find the perfect one. I need to find one of these.

DIY: Personalized Guess Who Game!  I know lots of moms and kids who'd love to play this game.

Family Guess Who? ~`*`~ Replace all of the images in a Guess Who game with pictures of family friends and relatives. Children will enjoy having a more personalized game and will also learn about extended family members they may not get to see very often.