Music Play at Seabrook Methodist’s Children’s Day Out

On Thursday mornings in March 2016, I started giving Music Play classes to the children of Seabrook United Methodist Church’s Children’s Day Out program. This is an excellent non-profit, state-licensed preschool program offered to 2-year-olds (walkers) to 5-year-olds. I’m so impressed at how happy, friendly, engaged and curious the children are. And I’m happy to have found such a good fit at a preschool so close to my home studio, where I give Music Play classes for babies to 5-year-olds with caregivers, Keyboard Games classes for 4- to 6-year-olds and Piano Lessons for ages 6 and up.

As I have only been back in the Clear Lake / Bay Area for a little more than a year, after 18 years in Brazil, potential students and their families should appreciate knowing that, since the Children’s Day Out is a licensed program, I had a thorough background check and will have one every two years.

Please click on the following link for more information: Seabrook United Methodist Church’s Children’s Day Out program.

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Kids love to move and play while listening to or singing and chanting music. Easter is coming to Seabrook Methodist’s Children’s Day Out… (Photo credit: Jenn Lucas)

–by Carla J. Seibert

1 thought on “Music Play at Seabrook Methodist’s Children’s Day Out

  1. What a blessing to have Carla Seibert bring Music Play to Seabrook Methodist Children’s Day Out! She has a special way of connecting to children with her energy and creativity. Carla’s passion for music is a gift, and we are so thankful she chose to share it with us. 🙂

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