When children spend time learning and exploring music they are strengthening their cognitive abilities and seeing the world in a new way. Music supports social emotional learning, offering ways to communicate thoughts and feelings.
Music Classes for Seniors
Music is good for everyone, and has amazing benefits for older individuals.
Pam recently returned from the Rocky Mountain Song School in Lyons, Colorado.
and the New England Song Writers Retreat in Chester, Ct.
-Pam is thrilled to be teaching at The Exeter Day School, The Harris Family Children’s Center in Exeter, Seabrook Elementary School: Grade 1, The Stratham Circle Learning Center, The Little Otters Program in Durham and Riverwoods in Exeter, NH this year.
-In 2024 look for Pam’s
“Circle Round to Joy”
Pam believes in a multi-faceted approach, recognizing each child as a unique individual. fostering play, supporting the social, emotional, cognitive, language and physical development of each child.
“My classes engage children with energy and fun in many types of music learning with instruments and props that I bring to you.”
Over the years, Pam has completed training in Orff-Schulwerk, Kodaly, Dalcroze Eurhythmics, Music Together, Suzuki Method, Music Learning Theory (Gordon), Musicplay and others.
” I believe in a combination of integrated activities that are age appropriate, promotesocial emotional learning, arechild and play centered, engaging and fun! Each approach in music education has something to offer!”
While performing is not the objective of these classes, sharing music at a special event is possible. These events will boost community spirit and confidence in the children.
“My ultimate goal is for all children to have a positive experience with music learning, creating a lifelong love of music that will last forever.”