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Michelle Belliston
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February Newsletter
All month long, show your love by giving your time..... As parents, we know that giving of our time is what our kids need most. But time is precious -  how can you share quality time with your child?  As a music teacher, I understand how music activities ca...

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I'm Teaching SOUND BEGINNINGS!
I'm so excited!  I found out the day before yesterday that for this fall, I get to teach Sound Beginnings at my home!  Previously, I've had my son in the class, and I fell in love with the program.  My boy has been the youngest in his class, and wasn't pick...

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Triumphant March and a Trumpet
We've been "studying" (if you can even call it that!  WE PLAY!) Verdi's Triumphal March from Aida in my 1st year classes.  Every year I do something different, but this year, I thought it would be really fun to have Matt, my husband, play part of the beginn...

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Pittsburgh is a Winter Wonderland!
Oh, what do you do in the wintertime when the world is (finally!) white? Here are some things my current students have been up to with the past couple storms! So much fun! My very favorite photo, though, and the inspiration for this post, is a photo taken b...

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A Peek Into Ms. Michelle's Studio...
When I think of Let's Play Music, I think of: FUN              SAFE                            PLAY                                         CHALLENGE            Before a parent signs up their child for Let's Play Music, they don't always know what to expect...

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Recital 2015!
Each of my Let's Play Music recitals are as unique as the children who participate.  Just look at the differences in their shoes - no pair is alike! This year, the recital was held at Technique by Toni Dance Studio , which proved to be the perfect venue!   ...

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Hiding WORK in PLAY!
How do we make WORK  feel more like PLAY ?   How do we get our kids off their devices, so they can  LEARN and GROW and CREATE? Fred Rogers says this: "Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning.  But for children, play is seriou...
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