Virtual Music Program for Preschoolers at Woonsocket Library

 

Wednesday October 21st 4-4:30pm 

 

Parents attend program virtually via zoom with children at home! 

Suitable for ages 6 & under Program is live on Zoom. 

 

To join, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | We will send you the zoom code. 

 

How do you know it is fall? We sing songs about apples, pumpkins, scarecrows and more! Join Apple Annie for stories, songs, fingerplays music and motion that will get you and your little one up and dancing. Great for ages 6 & under with adult at home. 

 

Anne-Marie Forer's Tunes-n-Tales is more than just a kid’s music show. This program combines songs, stories, finger-plays, movement, and rhythm instrument play. These elements lead to the brains pathways for early cognitive development of imagination, creativity, problem solving, decision making and more. Anne-Marie Forer's program is an essential part of our children's early learning programming. 

 

 

 

Visit Anne Marie’s website at 

http://www.tunes-n-tales.com/ 

 

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