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Music Workshop for Early Childhood Educators and Camp Counselors

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  • Miss Carole of Macaroni Soup! conducts a workshop for early childhood educators and camp counselors to add summertime music to their repertoire.

      Miss Carole of Macaroni Soup! conducts a workshop for early childhood educators and camp counselors to add summertime music to their repertoire.
    courtesy of Carole Stephens

 
Teri Ozawa

Miss Carole of Macaroni Soup has songs for Summer Camp and Summer School! Rev up your summer music and movement curriculum with developmentally appropriate material that's easy to do. Teachers, camp counselors, aides -- everyone should have a few go-to songs besides "Sticky Bubble Gum!" This workshop will provide plenty of ideas for camper kids under 7 years old.

The workshop is Thursday, May 30, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum, 110 W. Fremont. Register online at ahmuseum.org, click the "classes/programs" tab, or at any Arlington Heights Park District registration office. Fee is $10. Two hour training hours certificate will be given for DCFS license requirements to those who need it.

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Sing outdoors -- "The Creepy Un-Dead Spider," "The Sleeping Bag Chant," and "What Shall We Do on a Summer Day?" Sing indoors -- "Great Big Ball," 5 Little Hotdogs," "Going Places," and "Rattlin Bog!"

You may not be singing around the campfire with your kids, but they'll be asking for s'more!

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