Thursday, November 09, 2006

Snow in Florida!

We had a great time in my preschool, Imagine That!, classes this week. We have been studying weather, and when I checked our Kindermusik forecast for the day, there was snow! What can you do in a snowy classroom? Why go ice skating of course. Grab some Styrofoam plates, your favorite ice skating music, and a little imagination for some big family fun!


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Anonymous said...

When viewing the Delightful sounds/Kindermusik page I became interested in maybe becoming a kindermusik myself & saw that they sell a kit to do so for like $400, is anyother schooling involved & can you work from home or have to buy a studio like yourself? What would I need to do to seriously pursue this?

Aimee Carter said...

There is no other schooling involved to become certified as a Kindermusik educator. It helps if you have some musical background, but not all teachers do. My background was already in music education, and I chose to also pursue certification as an Early Interventionist so that I could better include children with special needs. Each educator owns their own business, so you can choose to teach it wherever works best for you. It's a great program. I have been teaching it for 4 years now and love it. Kindermusik will walk you through all the steps to get started in their training materials.