Good Books, Beautiful Books.

We all know about books’ benefits for children. But have we ever thought of importance of illustrations? Not only pictures in books help child to grasp the plot, they often serve as his very first encounter with art. Long before visits to museum, picture books are there to entice visual pleasure. The one who understoodContinue reading “Good Books, Beautiful Books.”

Give Them an Experience as a Gift

We all heard advice to give experiences rather than stuff for holiday. During the holiday season, the tickets to The Nutcracker ballet might be an obvious gift choice. But if you think the ticket price is too steep or afraid your children are too young to sit through entire performance, you could create The NutcrackerContinue reading “Give Them an Experience as a Gift”

May I suggest classical music as Holiday gift?

I love classical music, and I think that 4 is a perfect age to start introducing it in more direct way. Many of us, likely, played “baby Mozart” type of music for our babies and toddlers. Some of us, probably, attended “mommy and me” types of classes where our little ones moved to the classicalContinue reading “May I suggest classical music as Holiday gift?”

Fine Art and Classical Music for Preschoolers?

Absolutely! At four children are curious and imaginative. They like doing “grown up stuff”.  KLLC (or Kids Look Listen Create) integrates their skills and abilities to facilitate interest, create engagement, and build basis for future involvement with classical music and fine art. Imagine coming into the room with some four-year-olds carrying a big thick bookContinue reading “Fine Art and Classical Music for Preschoolers?”