October 2021 Newsletter
About Danielle KeatonDanielle Keaton is a Board-Certified Music Therapist and has worked at Music To Grow On since 2017. She enjoys writing about all kinds of music and sharing a variety of resources with others.
Finger plays, scarf songs, and blanket parachutes, oh my! Hello again, friends! Welcome back to part 2 of making music with your little ones. In my previous post which you can access here, I shared some of my favorite movement songs and songs that you can do with your loved ones using simple
August 2021 Newsletter
Summertime and the living is bopping! Hey y'all, Danielle here again with another playlist to celebrate the sunny season! It's hard to believe we're over halfway through the year, and now that summer is officially here, I'm excited to share ten family friendly songs which will have you and your loved ones movin'
No instruments? No problem! Making your own music is a breeze with these fun websites! Hello again, Danielle here to show you just how easy it is for you and your loved ones of all ages to create your own music using these five interactive websites—NO downloads or instruments required and all 100%
Say hello to 2021 with these 10 groovy tunes! Hey y'all, Danielle here again! It's been a pretty wild year and we all deserve to celebrate the fact that we made it through—woohoo! Although we might have spent less time with our loved ones in-person than usual, I hope you've been able to
Homemade instruments, ravioli, and marching dinosaurs, oh my! Making music with your little ones can be fun, easy, and spontaneous! Chances are, you may already be engaging your child in musical experiences, whether that be in singing a sweet lullaby to them before they go down for a nap, bouncing them on your
When the going gets tough, the tough get... singing! Hi everyone, it's Danielle here with MTGO! Do you remember what it was like navigating the world as an adolescent? A period in your life most likely marked by enormous growth, combined with the unavoidable struggles and stressors of simply growing up? Sometimes when