Sparking Creativity For Children
A Rosalie Moscoe Workshop Opportunity
For Parents, Teachers, Libraries, Daycare Providers, Private Events
When my daughter was 3, I started singing in her nursery school class when I heard that she would not talk to anyone there. Her teacher asked me if she could even speak.
I answered, “She started to talk at 8 months old!”
The next day I went to her school to sing songs that I always sang at home - with my ukulele! I thought that might help her adjust.
The next day, the teacher called and said, “Your daughter hasn’t stopped talking!”
Over the years, I witnessed this again and again —children who blossomed due to music and fun—at day camps, library children’s music programs, children’s hospitals, and at large concert halls for schools and parents across Canada.
My songs are about fun, fantasy, feelings, self-esteem, and self-empowerment. I was thrilled to be nominated for 2 JUNO Awards for Best Children’s Album in Canada.
Most Ideas and songs were simple everyday songs, but Rosalie gave them new life. (And her own songs were refreshing and educational!) It was nice to be in the kids’ shoes for an hour! Rosalie’s enthusiasm, use of props and instruments made a great morning.
Annet, Manager, Day Care Operations
Being from Toronto, in the vicinity, I was asked to teach a 16-week program at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, on Sparking Creativity for Children through Music to Early Childhood Educators. Also, once I was a professional performer, I gave workshops for Faculties of Education at various Universities in Canada.
Release the Achiever Within the Child
This customizable workshop or series of workshops offers ideas to engage children (3-7) through fun and song to bring out their feelings, explore freedom of expression, explore movement to music, and the skill of listening. This is doable! — EVEN IF YOU CAN’T SING!
Call me now at 416.418.1977 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. I look forward to working with you!