Join us for our Sweet and JAZZY Kids in the KITCHEN Weekend at InTune Studios on April 27 – 28 !
Research shows that families do best when they have quality time together… AND quality time apart ! I sense you are smiling… You KNOW that this is true ! So we are coordinating some fun.
Choose one, or even both… if you want to make more candy ! How much quality time can you handle?
Music and Art Family Playdate – – – – – – – – – – – – – Sat. April 28
The whole family can participate. Enjoy that quality time together.
Cost includes all materials: $20 for 1st child, $10 for each sibling 1 – 7 years old. Ask about discounts for large families.
10:30 – 11:15 am. Music activities with Debbie Mondale
11:15 – 11:30 am. Snack Time (bring a healthy snack for your children)
11:30 – 12:15 pm. Candy Making Art activities with Carolyn Espina
Music and Art Kids Night Out – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Fri. April 27
Parents drop off 3 – 10 year old children for some quality childcare. Enjoy your quality time apart.
Cost includes all materials: $25 for first child, $15 for each sibling, (candy supplies are expensive… but worth it!)
5:30 – 6:30 pm. Music activities with Tiffany Stokes
6:30 – 7:30 pm. Candy Making Art activities with Carolyn Espina
7:30 – 9:30 pm. Movie: Disney’s Ratatoui
Actually, we are quite excited about the music and art activities we are developing on our chosen theme:
During our Music activities, we will enjoy some fun music through interactive partner play, scarf dancing, instrument play, circle dances, and more. You can hear much of the sweet jazz music on the album Noodles From Scratch on Kindermusik International’s music download site, play.kindermusik.com. Registered families will get a code card to download this album.
During the Art activities, we will enjoy fun candy making activity, using fabulous recipes with fun shaped molds, candy pops, and chocolate covered delights. Children of all ages will get jazzed while helping make these delicacies develop. Our goal is to help them make enough to give some as a Mother’s Day present (wrapping and all) !!!
Register in advance for the event(s) of your choice by completing this simple Registration Form.
You will receive a confirmation by email with your total cost, which you can bring to the event.
What music do you listen to while enjoying Kitchen Time with your child? Upbeat Jazz is, by far, our family’s “generally approved” favorite. I personally like Benny Goodman – big band jazz for kitchen, or any housecleaning teamwork. The beat keeps the body moving and is too cheerful to let negative vibes creep in. My 16 year old likes Weird Al Yankovic songs, Japanese Anime soundtracks, or video game soundtracks. We can all sing Weird Al’s “The Saga Begins” and “Yoda”, as well as “Still Alive” from Portal… even my 8 year old daughter knows the words. Not exactly Kindermusik, but it brings our family together. The key in our family is to take turns letting each person choose TWO songs each.