The “Why” Behind Early Childhood Development

Exploring Scarves In Zumbini

Scarves are an essential part of a Zumbini class every week not just for our games of peek-a-boo. Scarves are one of the tools we…
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Exploring Drums In Zumbini

Drums are one of the most natural instruments for young children because of the simplicity to create sound. Just moving their hand onto another object…
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Exploring Bells In Zumbini

Bells are one of the most visual parts of a Zumbini class, and one of the most delicious too! These shiny, jingly instruments are a…
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Exploring Sticks In Zumbini

Sticks can be one of the most versatile instruments your little one will ever play. While in class they are natural colored wood, 8”, and…
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Exploring Eggs In Zumbini

Shaking eggs has always been a favorite instrument of mine while working with young children both in a traditional classroom format and in Zumbini. Eggs…
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Drumming Through The Years

I’ve been lucky to see hundreds of kids grow and change in the past few years in Zumbini®, but my favorite person to observe long-term…
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Teaching With Breakfast Pizza!

Ok, if you’ve ready some previous posts I’m sure by now you’re probably wondering, “Does this family eat anything that isn’t pizza?” Yes, actually the…
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Trucks + Markers = Moving Art!

Recently I realized that my house contains more cars and trucks than an interstate at rush hour! It all started with one USPS mail truck,…
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Learning With Water

One of my favorite things to do this summer has been watching my son’s fascination with one of our most basic elements: water. This kid…
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Exploring Scarves In Zumbini

Scarves are an essential part of a Zumbini class every week not just for our games of peek-a-boo. Scarves are one of the tools we…
Read More

Exploring Drums In Zumbini

Drums are one of the most natural instruments for young children because of the simplicity to create sound. Just moving their hand onto another object…
Read More

Exploring Bells In Zumbini

Bells are one of the most visual parts of a Zumbini class, and one of the most delicious too! These shiny, jingly instruments are a…
Read More

Exploring Sticks In Zumbini

Sticks can be one of the most versatile instruments your little one will ever play. While in class they are natural colored wood, 8”, and…
Read More

Exploring Eggs In Zumbini

Shaking eggs has always been a favorite instrument of mine while working with young children both in a traditional classroom format and in Zumbini. Eggs…
Read More

Drumming Through The Years

I’ve been lucky to see hundreds of kids grow and change in the past few years in Zumbini®, but my favorite person to observe long-term…
Read More

Teaching With Breakfast Pizza!

Ok, if you’ve ready some previous posts I’m sure by now you’re probably wondering, “Does this family eat anything that isn’t pizza?” Yes, actually the…
Read More
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