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EFFECTIVE 11/21/20 THRU 12/31/20 THERE WILL BE NO IN-PERSON MUSIC INSTRUCTION. ALL CFM OFFERINGS WILL BE CONDUCTED REMOTELY. EARLY CHILDHOOD & MUSIC THERAPY WILL CONTINUE IN-PERSON. BOP STOP WILL LIVESTREAM CONCERTS ONLY (NO LIVE AUDIENCES). EFFECTIVE 11/21/20 THRU 12/31/20 THERE WILL BE NO IN-PERSON MUSIC INSTRUCTION. ALL CFM OFFERINGS WILL BE CONDUCTED REMOTELY. EARLY CHILDHOOD & MUSIC THERAPY WILL CONTINUE IN-PERSON. BOP STOP WILL LIVESTREAM CONCERTS ONLY (NO LIVE AUDIENCES). EFFECTIVE 11/21/20 THRU 12/31/20 THERE WILL BE NO IN-PERSON MUSIC INSTRUCTION. ALL CFM OFFERINGS WILL BE CONDUCTED REMOTELY. EARLY CHILDHOOD & MUSIC THERAPY WILL CONTINUE IN-PERSON. BOP STOP WILL LIVESTREAM CONCERTS ONLY (NO LIVE AUDIENCES).
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Edamame Hummus Recipe

Posted on 04/13/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

One of our favorite things to do at school is cook! It's a wonderful opportunity to get kids excited about new foods and involve them in the creating process. Children are MUCH more likely to... read more

Build a Sprout House

Posted on 04/13/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

Right now, we would be sprouting seeds in our classrooms and watching new plants grow in our garden. But, you can create your own seed growing experiment at home with a seed house! You'll only need: 3... read more

At-Home Resources for Families with Preschool-Aged Children

Posted on 03/18/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

Local Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Virtual Classroom - Videos posted at 11am and 1pm on weekdays. Explore different animals every day! Cleveland Museum of Art Online Collection - View every art piece in the CMA’s collection online. Also... read more

DIY: Taste-Safe, Naturally Colored Chocolate Playdough

Posted on 08/27/19 by Amanda in Early Childhood

Playdough is the perfect invitation to play. It's soft. It's moldable. It can be anything you want it to be. It can be mortar for bricks, food for an animal, a home for people, or... read more

Same and Different: Picture books that celebrate diversity and help children develop their concept of self

Posted on 09/29/18 by Amanda in Early Childhood

From a very young age, children know about themselves. For many kids, their name is one of the first words they recognize. Over time, that name turns into pronouns (me, mine). With that progress, children... read more

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