A FREE and ONLINE music camp for kids!
Looking for a fun and affordable way to add musical activities to your child's learning?
I've put together a 100% FREE music camp for children (recommended for ages 4-10).
This 3-day music camp has fun, hands-on ways to introduce your child to classical music through the story of the Nutcracker.
(Once you join, you'll be sent links on the 3 following days after your sign-up and can access the materials whenever it works best for your schedule.)
Busy Kids Do Nutcracker is 3 days of activities related to The Nutcracker to introduce kids to music.
We'll explore three well-known pieces from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker.
We'll learn about this magical instrument and why it is so closely associated with The Nutcracker.
Each day, a brief video will help your child become familiar with quarter and half note rhythms.
A kid-friendly biography will introduce little ones to this famous composer.
Carly is engaging and a joyful presence that not only keeps our daughter interested but encourages her through the learning process.
Mike Day - Busy Kids Do Piano Subscriber
Your child doesn't need previous knowledge of music or how to play music in order to participate in this camp's activities. I'll teach very, very basic elements of rhythm, music and keyboard geography during our daily mini-lessons.
I've done the heavy lifting for you when it comes to the work for this program! You'll need to provide your student with crayons or markers, paper -- and that's it! If you have a rhythm instrument (tambourine, drum, triangle) at home, this can be a fun addition, but is not required.
Over the next 3 days, you'll receive e-mails from me that contain links to each day's activities. These links don't expire, so you can work through the activities whenever it fits into your schedule!
“Hi! I've been teaching piano lessons for 17 years, and I am passionate about using technology to make music more accessible to young students everywhere. I hope you'll join me for this fun, 3-day program that will deepen your child's understanding and appreciation for the musical world around him.”