Camping at the Seashore – Featured CYM Camp

Long summer nights, starry skies, campfires on the beach€¦what’s not to love? The oceanside is a place of natural music – there are sounds all around you, and there is music to be heard if you are listening. Remember when you were young, and you held the conch shell up to your ear to hear the ocean? (Or maybe, like me, you still do that!) Someone shared that with you when you were young, and most likely you have passed it along to your children! Imagine the fun and lasting memories you can create about the seashore using songs, poems, crafts, and dances!  

If you stop and think about it, you can probably imagine many sounds of the seashore. Maybe next time you take your family, you can play a game – close your eyes and listen for all the various sounds and see how many your child can name!  

After this camp, your young child will be naming animals, imitating their sounds, singing songs, and doing a jaunty jig! Their seashore experiences will be heightened, as will their music abilities! Sea creatures, flying insects, seagulls, sea shells€¦ these are all things children are naturally drawn to, and they will be the inspiration for our music activities, songs, and dances! Through the singing and playing of percussion instruments we will compose, improvise, and learn harmonies! Each day we will make instruments to take home, and the last day we will make a special instrument that will help us perform our camp songs for the families!  

All these experiences will build scaffolding that will enhance learning in continued group lessons and, down the road, private instrumental study! 

Camping at the Seashore is for children ages 3.5 – 5 years, in Wexford, 1:00-3:30, July 15-19, $250. “Sea” you there! 

Register online for the Wexford Location 

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