Are you taking steps to include music education in your child’s life?

Dear Friend,

During the past ten months I have written pages and pages of information about the importance of early childhood music education, and the danger of not receiving it at the time best suited for the child to absorb it. The corona virus made me realize what we were in danger of losing, because of the time-specific nature of music learning for children. But there have been unexpected benefits, as well.

As a result of the extraordinary circumstances created by the pandemic, we have not only become accustomed to using technology for our children’s education, but have found that in many cases it makes our lives less hectic, because of less driving to and fro for children’s lessons and classes. This forced pivot to online teaching has turned out to be a boon, since more children can benefit from the lessons we offer.

However… the blessings and headaches of technology aside, one more thing is necessary.

  • Do you agree that there is a need for early childhood music education, based on modern research?
  • Are you willing to make room in your busy life to make sure that this happens in your family? 
  • Do you know whether music activities at school are part of your young child’s schedule?
  • Do you know whether those activities are happening more frequently than once a week or less?
  • Does your child’s school have a trained music teacher, rather than a floating teacher filling a time slot? 
  • Does the music teacher know about First Steps in Music and its many benefits? 
  • The truth is that not every school is fortunate enough to have a music teacher who uses this curriculum, which is available mainly through training sessions not offered in most universities.

And you homeschooling parents, have you created a regular program of music activities for your young children, or does it happen only on 

occasion? Are your children learning the musical tones, and learning to be beat competent? Are they comfortable with their singing voice, and comfortable and coordinated when moving, as well as energetic and creative?

And there’s more to think about, namely: Music is fun! Simple music is simply fun! You can make music with your child and have as much fun as he is having! Becoming a musician doesn’t mean just knowing more about music, but rather permitting music to become a part of you, by discovering that it has been there within you all along, a natural form of human expression.

Today we are offering our latest course, “Spring Frolic.” 

We have poured a lot of love and energy into the lessons and are excited to share them with you.

For $169.00 here’s what you will receive:

  • 8 video classes, each approximately 20 minutes in length
  • A free downloadable version of the SONGTALES CD (sung by me). Your children will love these songs!
  • Optional group ZOOM meeting on Tuesday, April 20 at 5:30 p.m. EST, 2:30 p.m. PST
  • Optional group ZOOM meeting on Tuesday, May 11 at 5:30 p.m. EST, 2:30 p.m. PST
  • Optional private family ZOOM call with your family’s singers, to be scheduled during the month of May (usually after 4 lessons are completed)
  • Students receive certificates for each song they learn or create, and a Singing Star Certificate when they complete the course

Our Guarantee: We’re so certain that you will love the “Spring Frolic” course that if you’re not satisfied for any reason, we will refund 100% of your payment, any time up until the last class is released on June 1st, no questions asked.

Are you ready to jump in and take advantage of this opportunity to enrich your child’s education and enhance his future development?

Go here to get started now…

View the lessons as an opportunity to have fun participating with your child.

If you persevere through the 8 lessons of the course, you will notice that your child has a more flexible and confident singing voice, and can have fun identifying the tones in a song; that she will feel comfortable with sung speech (arioso), and will be a more perceptive listener.

Your child will be a more graceful mover. He will start to become aware of the relationship of music and movement, and will begin to feel confident expressing himself through movement to music.

I’ll see you in the first video! I can’t wait!

Best Regards,

“Ms. Ruth”

P.S. Click here to enroll in “Spring Frolic!

Ruth Purcell
Certified Instructor
First Steps in Music