Music!  What a wonderful language!  Children love music and I love sharing music with them.  Why do we have a regular music program at FCCC?  Scientific studies have shown that music instruction helps in the development of the brain.  Children can express themselves through music at an early age.  Music can create a positive learning environment.  All young children love music, and music instruction will use that basic love to enrich a child’s education and growth experience for a lifetime. 

Music is fun!  We will discuss how all sounds are made – vibration.  Everyone can do the “vibration” – just stand up, reach for the sky, shout “vibration” and wiggle down! 

Each month we will investigate a new musical concept (rhythm, dynamics, melody, wind instruments and string instruments), sing some of our favorite songs and just have fun with music!  Your child will have the opportunity to see and hear many different instruments, learn about the orchestra’s instrument families and learn many musical terms. 

Music is a language and it is a language understood by everyone.  Enjoy a song with your child, have a sing-a-long in your car!  And, always…keep a song in your heart.

 

Schedule Alerts

Fallston Child Care Center is running on a normal schedule today.

 

YBES schedule this week:

     Monday:  Closed

     Tuesday:  Asynchronous

     Wednesday:  Virtual

     Thursday:  Virtual

     Friday:  Asynchronous 

 

Red Pump's schedule this week:

     Monday:  Asynchronus

     Tuesday:  Virtual

     Wednesday:  Asynchronous

     Thursday:  Virtual

     Friday:  Closed

 

 

Fallston Child Care Center is acting as a private learning center.  We serve students ages Kindergarten through 5th grade, who are distance learning, in both Harford and Baltimore Counties.

 

Harford County Public Schools:  Students are currently learning virtually.  HCPS has announced plans to return to in-person learning, for elementary students, 2 days/wk beginning March 1st.  If the metrics allow, they aim to increase it to 4 days/wk by April.

 

Baltimore County Public Schools:  Students are currently learning virtually.  BCPS has announced plans for students in grades PreK - 2nd, to return 2 days/week beginning March 1st.  Students in grades 3rd - 5th will return 2 days/week on April 6th.

 

     

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