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News: Babies and Toddlers enjoy Easter Fun and Frolics at Children’s Franchise Group Rhythm Time

Toddlers enjoying Easter fun at Rhythm Time

Children’s franchise music group, Rhythm Time, will be enjoying Easter fun and frolics during the 4th – 8th April 2011 at their special Easter music sessions.  The group’s mascot Rat-a-tat Rabbit will also be making a special appearance as he joins in with the Easter celebrations.  

Children in the baby, toddler and pre-school classes will be invited to dress in yellow for these special events as they enjoy a variety of songs and other musical activities focused on springtime.  Yellow balloons and daffodils will also be distributed.

Many of the classes at Rhythm Time’s children’s franchise group will be joining in the Easter fun and celebrating with specially tailored songs from their classes.

“As well as having fun, the activities we do really help to develop a child’s confidence, creativity and co-ordination,” says Kathy who established Rhythm Time 15 years ago.  As well as being a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, Kathy is a firm believer in the power and importance of music for babies, toddlers and pre-school children.

Kathy created a set of unique music courses that are especially written for different age groups: babies, toddlers and pre-school.  Children progress through the different age appropriate classes making a seamless transition at their key developmental stages.

“Music is fundamental to a child’s development,” says Kathy  “and we love being able to celebrate this important time of year with the children through songs and other musical activities,” adds Kathy.

Research shows that babies need to have all their senses stimulated.  Rhythm Time’s music classes for babiesaim to stimulate vision, listening and sense of touch by using songs, percussion instruments and a wide range of sensory activities with specially chosen music for babies.

At Around 15 months, music classes for toddlers offer a completely new set of courses.  Toddlers learn to listen and improve their concentration with the help of Rhythm Time’s puppet Rat-a-tat.  Using a wide variety of instruments strengthens hand eye co-ordination and motor skills.

From three years, music classes for pre-schoolprovide an ideal preparation for going to school. Music notation is introduced to the children and they learn to recognise a variety of musical signs. They listen to brass, woodwind and string instruments and learn to conduct the class band!

Rhythm Time is a family owned business and continues to grow from strength to strength.  If you would like to find out more about Rhythm Time and its children’s franchise opportunities, contact Kathy on 0121 711 4224.  

Posted: 28th Mar 2011

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