MUSIC for MONTESSORI
Lessons for 3-6 year olds
My Mission Statement
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I believe that all children are naturally musical and have the potential to sing in tune, move rhythmically and appreciate the beauty of music. My goals for your children are:
Judy Meyer Hays is a retired elementary general music educator who just can’t stop teaching because she passionately believes that music has the power to bring positive change to our world. When not playing with her six grandchildren, Judy volunteers for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra by writing curriculum, training docents and presenting programs at schools and senior centers. She is sharing her ideas and expertise for a Musical Fitness Program proposal in Minnesota and continues her interest in offering child-centered music instruction for birth-6 year olds by teaching at two local Montessori schools. Judy volunteers for Saints for the Performing Arts and serves as a substitute church organist/pianist in the northwest suburbs as well as being actively involved in the Illinois Comprehensive Musicianship through Performance Project. During her paid professional life she taught K-6 general and vocal music in Schaumburg School District 54 for 25 years, founded the Palatine Children’s Chorus, and was an adjunct professor for the Elementary General Music Methods Course at Carthage College and Illinois Wesleyan University. Ms. Hays is a National Board Certified Teacher, and has presented on a variety of topics at Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin Music Educators’ State Conferences as well as at the MENC (nowNAfME) National Conference.
I'm excited to be sharing my love for music at two local Montessori schools where four of my grandchildren are enrolled! Each week I have the pleasure of providing a 20 minute music lesson to five different classes. Parents and teachers may enjoy reinforcing our class time together.
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About the Instructor
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