NOW REGISTERING

FALL SESSION #2
#2 begins Oct 27

REGISTERING DEC 1:
Winter Sessions #1 & #2

Contact Miss Carole to register.

ZOOM-INs!

Make your preschool classes sing and library storytimes move with a Miss Carole zoom-in! 30 minutes of sing-along and movement activities for kids in classrooms or at home. Miss Carole has general music & movement (favorites such as “Sticky Bubble Gum” and “The Wiggle Song”) or themed sessions (Farm Fun, Ocean Adventure, Bugs Buddies, It’s Snowtime, or Fall Fun.) Reasonable fees starting at $35 or book multiple sessions at a discount!

Parent/Child Classes

Singing, story-songs, fingerplays, rhythmic movement and instrument play will expand a child's musical experience in a fun, non-threatening atmosphere. Accompanied by an adult, children learn new songs and refresh old favorites. Classes are education based: concepts such as color identification and music dynamics (high/low, fast/slow, loud/soft) are included in each developmentally appropriate curriculum. Everyone has fun!

Mount Prospect location:

at Trinity United Methodist Church
605 W. Golf Road, Mt Prospect
(just W of Rt 83, S. side of street)

WINTER Session #1 Thursdays, January 12 - February 2
WINTER Session #2 Thursdays, February 16 - March 16 (no class 3.2)

Offered both sessions:
   Tiny Tunes for children 18 mos - 2.5, 9:30 - 10 am
   Sing'n'Shake for children 2.5 - 4, 10:15 - 10:55 am

Fee Schedule:
   Adult + 1 child: $56 per session, $110 both sessions
   Additional child: $34 per session, $66 both sessions

Schedule for 2023:

Spring Session 1: April 6-27, 2023
Spring Session 2: May 4-25, 2023

All classes will follow CDC, Illinois and Trinity UMC guidlines for masking and social distancing. We will meet in the large lobby at Door #1.

Contact Miss Carole to register or call 847-989-8071.

Classes for Older Children

OH NO! After 18 great years Theater Stories and Songs has retired. I have had the joy of working with hundreds of budding thespians (yes, some of them are finishing college!) I have enjoyed working with and fostering a love of theater in my assistants, who have become teachers, performers and parents! It is time for me to move on to new adventures. The "Elflandia" cast and I bid a fond adieu.