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– Making young learners strong, through song. –

Check out our signature class that combines performing arts with visual arts! Paint by Genre logo1

Our classes can be done in your home and include:

*our signature Paint by Genre class, introducing genres & tying them to emotion through painting. (Name that Genre also available – introduces genres without the painting component)

*Core Music teaching letters, phonics, numbers and more.

*Thematics featuring themes such as farm animals, outer space, bugs and more.

All classes provide a basic introduction to music theory and are engaging and super fun!

AT MUSICALLY TRAINED, OUR GOAL IS TO FURTHER PRESCHOOL, TK, AND KINDERGARTEN MUSIC EDUCATION BY OFFERING FUN SONGS AND CLASSES!

 

 

Cherie Busby is a fantastic music and art teacher!  She has been working at my child care facility for over a year.  She’s been teaching art and music to my toddler classroom as well as my preschool classroom.  Cherie is very creative with the materials she brings to class and always finds new ways to surprise the children.  Every week she brings in different music instruments and songs.  The children love Cherie very much.  The best endorsement came from one of the preschool boys when his parents asked him what day he wanted to go to Disneyland with them.  The boy answered, “Not on Thursday!  Cherie teaches music on Thursdays and I don’t want to miss her class!”  I highly recommend Cherie Busby.  She is a well trained Early Childhood Educator who understands child development and integrates her profound knowledge into her lesson’s planning.

Stephanie Raleigh, Owner/Director at KinderhouseLA.

“fantastic music and art”

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