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June 28, 2016 By KAG Contributor 2 Comments Share45 Tweet +12 Pin1 EmailShares 48This is the Ultimate Guide for Activities for Kids in Greenville, SC. If you have any questions or notice a class that we have missed, please email Bethany Winston at [email protected] We will be updating this guide regularly.
Piano Central Studios has been bringing the joys of making music into the hearts and homes of upstate families for over 35 years now. Piano Central Studios offers music instruction for all ages – infants to adults - including Kindermusik®, Piano, Strings, Flute, Voice, Suzuki, and more.
Kindermusik Classes – Since 1994 Piano Central Studio’s award-winning Kindermusik® program and caring, licensed educators have been helping children get off to the very best kind of start—a musical start! Introductory Classes - Introductory classes are the perfect way to test the waters… or get off to a great start!
Private Music Lessons - One-on-one private instruction is an excellent choice for students at every level of experience and ability. Semi-Private Music Lessons - Two students are paired together based on age, skill level and musical goals for a weekly 30-minute lesson.
The first step is for Piano Central Studios to recommend the best Kindermusik class or PCS music teacher for you. The Little Gym of Greenville's age-appropriate activities for kids in Greenville are designed to facilitate maximum fun and ongoing skill development through movement, music, learning and laughter. Bugs (4-10 months) - This 45-minute class is designed to help build the skills needed as children become mobile. Super Beasts (2.5-3 years) - This 45-minute class is structured to suit your toddler’s newfound independence. Funny Bugs (3-4 years) - This hour-long class captures the joy and excitement of being a 3-4 year old while applying just the right amount of structure.
Giggle Worms (4-5 years) - This hour-long class emphasizes physical skill growth in a group setting, allowing children to interact and make new friends. Good Friends (5-6 years) - This hour-long class helps children develop the abilities needed to remember directions and link progressive skills.
Twisters (6-12 years) - This hour-long intermediate class builds off of current gymnastics knowledge as girls develop new skills. Dance Classes - If you’ve got a kid that can’t stop tapping their toes to the beat, then The Little Gym of Greenville has got a class where they can dance their socks off! Sports Classes - Get your child ready for tip off, kick off, or the first pitch, while paving the way for a lifetime of positive sports experiences. Mini Jacks (3-4 years) - This hour-long class teaches the fundamentals of most major sports. Cracker Jacks (4-6 years) - This hour-long class will help your All-Star learn game rules and strategies. Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Mini (2-3 years) - Soccer Shots Mini is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling and the basic rules of the game. Classic (3-5 years) - Soccer Shots Classic utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting. Premier (5-8 years) - Soccer Shots Premier focuses on individual skill, fitness and sportsmanship, providing an opportunity for children to be challenged through fun games and team interaction. Programs are offered in childcare centers, preschools and schools, as well as public locations. Chicora Voices is a Greenville based, non-profit community choir program for children and youth within the Upstate and Western North Carolina. Chicora Voices offers a program of rehearsals, concerts, social events, and travel that is exciting and inspirational. The Cadet Choir - Jeanie Reed leads this engaging training ensemble for younger boys ages seven and up, building the foundational skills to sing well for a lifetime. The Prelude Choir - Jeanie Reed leads this engaging training ensemble for younger girls ages seven and up, building the foundational skills to sing well for a lifetime. The Boys' Choir - Directed by Alan Reed, this choir includes more advanced treble boys in elementary and middle school who sing a variety of styles and music well-suited to a boy’s unchanged voice. The Girls' Choir - Directed by Jeanie Reed, this choir is for more experienced, older elementary and middle school girls and explores a variety of choral repertoire throughout the year. Chicora Young Men - This advanced ensemble is comprised of changing and changed voice males in older middle school and high school. Chicora Young Women - Jeanie Reed conducts this advanced ensemble for ladies in older middle school and high school, performing more demanding treble choir repertoire suited for young women’s voices as well as mixed repertoire in combination with our other choirs. Parent & Child Swim Lessons (6 months - 36 months) - This class allows a parent and child to bond while giving the child a positive first experience in the water.
Pike (ages 3-5) - At the Pike level, children attend classes without their parents to help boost confidence, and develop safe behavior around water.
Ray* (ages 3-5) - Ray swimmers are intermediate swimmers who can swim 30 feet on their own with no assistance. Starfish* (ages 3-5) - Starfish swimmers are advanced swimmers who are too young for a swim team but still ready for advanced skill development. Guppy (ages 6-14) - Guppy classes are for children to build on they skills they learned in pre-school swim levels or in Polliwog classes. Minnow (ages 6-14) - Minnow is an intermediate level that focuses on building endurance, stroke development, and water safety skills. Fish (ages 6-14) - Fish is an advance level that focuses on building endurance, stroke development, and preparing participants for swim league. Lifeguard Certification (ages 15+) - The YMCA of Greenville provides many opportunities to become a certified lifeguard.
Little Learners I (ages 2-3) & II (ages 4-5) - This 45-minute class combines the elements of creative movement, ballet, and tumbling into one fun and exciting class.
Ballet I (ages 6-8) & II (ages 9-12) - This class will have an emphasis on body placement, proper technique, and ballet terminology at age appropriate levels. Karate Lessons - Students will learn traditional karate, self-defense (Stranger Danger), skill development, leadership, flexibility, our anti-bullying program, mental and self-control.
Sports - The YMCA of Greenville offers the community many opportunities for children and adults to participate in sports.
Basketball (ages 4-14) - At the YMCA of Greenville, the basketball league is a developmental league.
Baseball, Softball, and T-ball (ages 3-9) - The YMCA of Greenville's youth baseball and youth softball programs are designed to be developmental leagues for the youngest players. Cheerleading (ages 4-14) - Young cheerleaders learn age appropriate cheers, dances, and routines to help pump up the crowd at other YMCA of Greenville youth sports games! Flag Football (ages 4-14) - In the YMCA Flag Football league, young athletes learn football fundamentals like footwork, ball control, passing, and teamwork. Lacrosse (ages 6-9) - The YMCA of Greenville is proud to offer Lacrosse, one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Soccer (ages 3-14) - The YMCA soccer program is a developmental league that meets the athlete where he or she is and builds their skills from there.
Volleyball (ages 9-15) - At the Y, our volleyball league is a developmental league designed to teach new and experienced players how to play and improve their skills at the game. Short Sports - Young athletes who are too young for a full sports season learn skills in T-ball, soccer, football, kickball, hockey, and basketball in this fun program.
Homeschool PE - The Go Kid Go Home School PE Program provides home schooled children a place where they can exercise and participate in sports in an instructor led setting. Swim League (ages 6-17) - Your swimmer will get valuable league experience ahead of the SAIL season. Our programs provide an extraordinary atmosphere for students to build unique creations, play games, and have loads of fun using LEGO® bricks. After-school Enrichment Classes: Bricks 4 Kidz' one hour classes explore architecture, engineering and technology concepts using LEGO® bricks. Scouts and Special Events: Bricks 4 Kidz offers fun workshops for Scouts that can be used toward badges! Joining Gymboree Play & Music will bring you oodles of benefits, like special discounts and unlimited open gyms. Gymboree Play & Music's programs inspire creativity, confidence and friendship: Preview a FREE class and discover why they are the global leader in early childhood learning. Family Gymboree Play & Learn (ages 6 months - 5 years) - Explore play environments, movement games and parachute activities in this mixed-age class designed to support the physical, social and language development of your children.
Gymboree Play & Learn 1 (up to 6 months) - Explore the senses and support visual and auditory development with tummy time, flashlight play, first songs and more.
Gymboree Play & Learn 2 (6-10 months) - Learn about cause and effect and build strength through play with ramps, slides and climbers.
Gymboree Play & Learn 4 (16-22 months) - Figure out how the world works and become a competent problem solver through games that uncover patterns and sequences. Gymboree Play & Learn 5 (22-28 months) - Stretch the imagination through creative play to support symbolic thinking, language development and social interaction. Gymboree Play & Learn 6 (28-36 months) - Play both independently and with peers while learning to connect ideas through cooperation and communication.
Music 1 (6-16 months) - Discover melody, pitch and rhythm while building a repertoire of joyful songs. Music 2 (16-28 months) - Dance and sing to a new musical style each month including Latin, Rock 'n' Roll, Classical and more. Music 3 (28 months - 5 years) - Express your singing voice and emerging musical knowledge through rhythm, pitch, tempo and musical forms.
Art 2 (24-36 months) - Paint, sing, sculpt, collage and imagine in a uniquely creative space.
Art 3 (3-5 years) - Gain confidence in self-expression and artistic exploration through a hands-on, multimedia experience. School Skills (3-4 years) - Encourage curiosity and build self-confidence in your preschooler through art, science exploration, play and more.
Preschool Classes -Foothills Gymnastics & Cheer is the only gym in South Carolina that has a separate preschool facility. You will find plenty of preschool equipment and a wide variety of mats of different shapes and colors to spark a child's imagination. Parent and Tot Classes (Walking to 3 year olds) - This popular class at Foothills gives both parent and child quality time to interact in a positive healthy environment. Big Brother, Big Sister Classes - This class is designed for families that have a parent and tot child (walking to 3 years old) and a preschool age (4-5 year) child. Basic Skills Classes - The whole child is developed by integrating pro-social skills, cognitive challenges, and proper skill progression through developmentally appropriate and skill appropriate classes. Classes for Boys - Through gymnastics boys find a foundation for fitness and receive benefits of athletic development in other sports. The YMCA of Greenville offers the community many opportunities for children and adults to participate in sports. Basketball (ages 4-14) – At the YMCA of Greenville, the basketball league is a developmental league. Cheerleading (ages 4-14) – Young cheerleaders learn age appropriate cheers, dances, and routines to help pump up the crowd at other YMCA of Greenville youth sports games!
Flag Football (ages 4-14) – In the YMCA Flag Football league, young athletes learn football fundamentals like footwork, ball control, passing, and teamwork. Lacrosse (ages 6-9) – The YMCA of Greenville is proud to offer Lacrosse, one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Soccer (ages 3-14) – The YMCA soccer program is a developmental league that meets the athlete where he or she is and builds their skills from there. Volleyball (ages 9-15) – At the Y, our volleyball league is a developmental league designed to teach new and experienced players how to play and improve their skills at the game. Short Sports – Young athletes who are too young for a full sports season learn skills in T-ball, soccer, football, kickball, hockey, and basketball in this fun program.
Homeschool PE – The Go Kid Go Home School PE Program provides home schooled children a place where they can exercise and participate in sports in an instructor led setting.
Swim League (ages 6-17) – Your swimmer will get valuable league experience ahead of the SAIL season.
Rama says, “I like the YMCA because they help them and teach rather than try to make them these serious players when they are so little. Mini (2-3 years) – Soccer Shots Mini is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling and the basic rules of the game. Classic (3-5 years) – Soccer Shots Classic utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting. Premier (5-8 years) – Soccer Shots Premier focuses on individual skill, fitness and sportsmanship, providing an opportunity for children to be challenged through fun games and team interaction.
The Little Gym of Greenville’s age-appropriate activities for kids in Greenville are designed to facilitate maximum fun and ongoing skill development through movement, music, learning and laughter.
Sports Classes – Get your child ready for tip off, kick off, or the first pitch, while paving the way for a lifetime of positive sports experiences. Mini Jacks (3-4 years) – This hour-long class teaches the fundamentals of most major sports. Cracker Jacks (4-6 years) – This hour-long class will help your All-Star learn game rules and strategies.
SportsClub Tennis (712 Congaree Rd, Greenville) – Offers tennis lessons for all ages and all skills. Greenville Rec (various locations) – Offers an incredibly wide variety of camps and events all summer long at multiple Greenville locations. Roller Time (offered at various locations in Greenville) – Offers private and group roller skating lessons for beginners through advanced students.


Upward Sports (various locations in the Upstate) – Offers Basketball, Soccer, Cheerleading, Flag Football, and Baseball. Kristina says, “The GGHA (Greater Greenville Hockey Association) offers hockey for boys and girls of all ages! Piano Central Studios offers music instruction for all ages – infants to adults – including Kindermusik®, Piano, Strings, Flute, Voice, Suzuki, and more. Preschool Piano Classes – Class sizes are small, with no more than six students per class.
Introductory Classes – Introductory classes are the perfect way to test the waters… or get off to a great start!
Private Music Lessons – One-on-one private instruction is an excellent choice for students at every level of experience and ability. Semi-Private Music Lessons – Two students are paired together based on age, skill level and musical goals for a weekly 30-minute lesson. August 18, 2014 By Bethany Winston 40 Comments Share Tweet +1 Pin1 EmailShares 1I know that many of you are looking for fun things to do with toddlers and younger kids over the fall months while their older siblings are in school. One of you will win a grand prize Music and Play Box from Piano Central Studios (valued at $100) and a lucky runner-up winner will  win a Music and Play Backpack (valued at $30).
You can take advantage of these deals (listed below) by calling Piano Central Studios at 864-232-5010 and mentioning Kidding Around Greenville during the months of August & September. At Kidding Around Greenville, we only like to advertise deals that are really a good deal for our readers, and I can promise that this list includes some really great deals. Introduce your young beginner to piano!  $10 off our introductory Blast-Off with Piano class that’s perfect for beginners from K5 – 2nd grade.  Classes offered at both Piano Central Studios locations on N. Get a Kindermusik birthday party for just $79!  This is a two-hour party package at either of our studio locations on N.
We’re proud of our award-winning Kindermusik program here at PCS and even more excited to be celebrating 20 years with Kindermusik!
We will contact the winner via the email address provided within three [3] days of the giveaway ending. For a complete list of Kidding Around Greenville SC’s giveaway policies and terms and conditions, see the Kidding Around Greenville SC policy page. Bethany is a local Greenville mom who enjoys sharing her enthusiasm about Greenville with other local families. Join the fun on Facebook & sign up for your free weekly guide (designed for busy parents just like you). Kidding Around Greenville is a for-profit website that provides free content through paid sponsorships.
Create successful practice, explore a composer's historical lifestyle, learn about modern composers, experience local performances - Musical Notes will enhance your music education and capture your imagination. February 27, 2015 By KAG Contributor 2 Comments Thank you to Theresa Case from sponsor Piano Central Studios for giving us this great list of 10 Secret Musical Tricks that Every Mom Needs to Know! In our Kindermusik® program at Piano Central Studios, we’re as much about providing a rich, lasting musical learning experience for the child as we are about giving parents lots of tips and resources that help make great parenting just a little bit easier.  With 20 years of Kindermusik® teaching experience, we have quite a few musical tricks up our sleeve, and we’ve put together our top 10 just for Kidding Around Greenville readers.
February 24, 2015 By KAG Contributor 63 Comments Thank you to E Mc B Photography for sponsoring this giveaway. February 20, 2015 By KAG Contributor Leave a Comment We are happy to have Sarah Oliver, local mom and fitness coach, joining us today with some tips on how yoga an help prevent parent burnout. February 19, 2015 By KAG Contributor 101 Comments Thank you to South Carolina Calvert Academy for sponsoring this giveaway post. Parents can learn more about virtual education and even meet the principal and staff at one of SCCAL’s local events. SCCAL is a K-8 tuition-free public virtual charter school available to families statewide in South Carolina. The school is a member of the South Carolina Public Charter School District and while families must have Internet access at home in order to participate, there is no cost for tuition, materials and services. Students attend regular online classes, with at least two live sessions each week, taught by an accredited South Carolina teacher.
Every child learns differently and needs different things to be motivated and excel in school. For a complete list of Kidding Around Greenville SC’s giveaway policies and terms and conditions, see the Kidding Around Greenville SC policy page. Kristina Hernandez is a mom of two girls, freelance writer and photographer and New Jersey native who is thrilled to call the Upstate her new home.
February 18, 2015 By KAG Contributor 3 Comments Since the weather is still a bit on the chilly side, it may be a good idea to host your child’s next birthday party indoors if it comes before its nice enough not to consider ice skating outdoors for the celebration. We asked Kidding Around Greenville readers what their favorite indoor party locations are for birthday celebrations in Greenville – and they came up with some awesome suggestions that are complete sanity-savers for parents. 2)      Good luck getting the kids to leave the giant trampoline and foam pit heaven of Gravitopia, although you may be able to drag them out because they are worn out! 3)      The Children’s Museum of the Upstate is another popular indoor birthday party location for our readers. 4)      Let the little Picassos run loose at Creating Artists for Tomorrow, an awesome art studio where kids can let their imaginations run wild. 5)      Go old school and have your child’s birthday party at roller-skating rinks Golden Lanes & Skate or The Skate Place. 6)      While The Little Gym was named Best Gym Party by Parents Magazine, it was also highly recommended by KAG readers. 9)      There are lots of options to have fun at the Kroc Center in Greenville – from a pool party to a climbing wall to basketball or volleyball and tennis.
10)      For a sweet treat, try a cupcake baking and decorating party at The Chocolate Moose, which will host the bash and give each child an apron of their own plus goody bags in addition to the two cupcakes they get to bake and decorate. February 17, 2015 By KAG Contributor 24 Comments If you haven’t made it out to South Carolina Children’s Theatre yet to check out a play you’ll have another chance soon! Based on the book Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown Book by Timothy Allen McDonald, Music by Johnathan K. For more details or to buy tickets to Flat Stanley visit the South Carolina Children’s Theatre website. February 16, 2015 By KAG Contributor Leave a Comment If you can believe it, Spring is right around the corner. If you have a home based business  or other businesses, these sales have HUGE foot traffic.
There are restrictions on what you can consign.  Be sure to read the recommendations on each sales website.
See our complete list of all the consignment sales in the Upstate in our Consignment Sale Directory. February 9, 2015 By KAG Contributor 4 Comments I have yet to meet someone who wishes they lived anywhere other than Greenville.
So on this edition of Greenville Speaks, if you need some ideas to throw into the rotation of fun things to do with the kids, read on because we are revealing some of our readers’ favorite secret spots to enjoy with their families. American Burger in Greenville has special crafts for kids during Monday nights, which is such a great idea for parents who want five minutes to talk to each other during dinnertime. One Kidding Around Greenville reader is on a mission to see all the beautiful waterfalls within an hour of Greenville. Other popular trails are located at Conestee Nature Park, Cedar Falls Park, and Paris Mountain State Park. This park is tucked away right off the Swamp Rabbit Trail and the perfect little spot for a picnic lunch or to let the kids get out some energy.
One readers tells us that this place can easily entertain the little ones: “My toddler loves the Petco in Cherrydale.
A bit of a hike from Greenville but hey, when you are cooped up all winter, sometimes a little drive isn’t so bad, especially when it’s to someplace as fun as this one. This place is like indoor playground perfect for those rainy, cold days this time of year.  They are a commercial business that sells playsets but brilliantly, they also have open play times where kids can endlessly test out the equipment. Furman is quite family-friendly and you can have a great time for free there – hang out at the lake, feed the ducks, take a walk along the stroller-friendly path.
On a last ditch effort to find something entertaining on a rainy Sunday when my husband was sick, I trekked out to Cabela’s because I heard they had a small aquarium. Beethoven's instantly recognizable (and frequently remixed) Fifth Symphony will close out each performance, but the real draw here is Vadym Kholodenko. Sign up to our newsletters to get top news stories and breaking alerts delivered to your email inbox. That’s not just the title, that’s exactly what this guide is with researched sections packed with information on Sports Leagues, Music Lessons, Dance Classes, Art Lessons, and much, much more! Whether you’re trying to decide which instrument to choose, or you just want to build a strong foundation before starting private lessons, our group classes are just what you need.
In private lessons, school-age students experience an encouraging learning environment where individual abilities and preferences are developed through exciting literature, motivational rewards, positive performance experiences, and the best in pedagogical approaches. This environment allows students to receive and thrive on individual attention while also learning from their partner’s development. Your child progresses at their own pace, having fun and building confidence as they develop new skills. As your child discovers new movements, colors, and sounds with fascination and joy, you’ll discover new smile muscles you never knew you had!
This 45-minute class will allow your child to practice physical skills while focusing on listening, patience and following directions. Each week, our Learning Units will have your child practicing physical skills while also focusing on listening, manners, patience and following directions.
This Gymnastics program for toddlers and kindergarteners in Greenville has been specially designed to help your child channel their boundless energy and reach developmental milestones in a structured environment. Your child will build physical skills all while working on listening, socialization and following directions. Your child will build physical skills while working on socialization, listening and following directions.
Group stations present opportunities to practice tumbling while music and games sharpen their listening skills.
The combination of gymnastics skills and the ability to process directions builds confidence and self-esteem. The Little Gym of Greenville's kids Gymnastics classes in Greenville give your child the chance to tackle new challenges at their own skill level. Classes include equipment unique for girls and boys, focusing on natural skill progressions to build strength and endurance.
They’ll introduce your child to ballet, tap, and hip-hop techniques, while allowing them to express themselves through creative movement. Children learn fundamental ballet, tap, and creative movement skills and techniques while focusing on rhythm, counting, and group cooperation. Your child will practice rhythm and follow detailed instruction, linking skills together into beautiful group routines.
Trained coaches run drills and simulated games for many popular sports including soccer, baseball, basketball, football, hockey and golf with an emphasis on teamwork and sportsman- (and woman!) ship. Your child will learn to throw, catch, run, hit, pass and shoot—all while developing an understanding of cooperation, teamwork and positive attitude. Children work on skill mastery such as throwing or catching the perfect pass while building strength, developing coordination and practicing teamwork. A caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in- class coaching, communication and curriculum.
Through fun games, songs and positive reinforcement, children will begin to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active. Soccer Shots also highlights a positive character trait each session such as respect, teamwork and appreciation. Alan Reed leads these gentlemen to artistic heights both as a stand-alone choir and in combination with our other choirs. These classes focus on teaching basic paddling, kicking, and pool safety, while increasing comfort levels, especially while putting mouth, face, and eyes into the water. This swimmer will learn to swim independently, to float and tread water without assistance, and to implement the four major strokes.
This class is designed to help children who may be afraid of water acclimate while also learning fundamentals of swimming. This level focuses on refining strokes and diving skills, focuses on pool and personal safety, boating safety and introduces rescue skills. Participants must be able to swim 50 yards of freestyle, backstroke, and breast stroke and 25 yards of butterfly.
Lifeguarding is a rewarding and very important job that gives valuable work experience and opens the door to other job opportunities at the YMCA and beyond! Students will learn basic floor tumbling techniques, coordination, strength, flexibility, and rhythm as they explore how to move in and through space with their peers. This class will benefit dancers continuing their dance training as well as those who wish to begin.The rigor and pace of the class will increase at the year progresses.
This class will incorporate the elements of dance by allowing students to understand music phrasing, space, time, force, and weight. Each of our four family branches specialize in a variety of youth sports from baseball, t-ball, softball, soccer, and basketball to cheerleading, volleyball, and flag football.
Kids are taught the necessary skills they need to master before moving on to play travel baseball or travel softball.
The YMCA Lacrosse program is great for first timers, since we provide all necessary equipment for practice and games.
Whether their first season is at age 3 or age 14, YMCA coaches will help them get in the game and enjoy their experience. This program is designed to be sports related, while showing children how much fun exercise is.


The YMCA of Greenville's Swim League gets new and experienced swimmers ages 6-17 ready for competition through coaching and conditioning leading to : Improved swim strokes, Improved technique, Improved endurance through coached workouts. The activities are designed to trigger young children’s lively imaginations and build their self-confidence. They offer expertly designed play, art, music, sports and school readiness classes for children birth-five. This baby class includes parent discussion time to help learn about your child's development. This infant class includes parent discussion time to help learn about your child's development. Play environments encourage discovery, balance and coordination as parents learn to understand how their infant interacts and communicates with them and the world.
Teachers also read children's books that explore and nurture key social and emotional skills, engage in activities that require cooperation and self-awareness, and encourage communication with peers. Upon entering this 10,000 square foot plus gym, children are greeted by a huge sea treasure wall mural with the rainbow fish and other guests. The preschool curriculum meets many objectives such as: promoting listening skills, developing coordination, rhythm, and timing, stimulating the imagination, creating a positive self image, and preparing for reading readiness just to name a few.
Each class at Foothills is taught with a low student-teacher ratio in order to get the most attention needed and deserved.
Flips, rolls, jumps all put into an obstacle course designed to challenge the imagination and body. Stone Avenue, Greenville) – Offers yoga classes for children (ages 4+) including sensory yoga therapy for children with disabilities.
And my older daughter(now a teen) had sensory issues, Speech delays, attention and behavioral issues when she was a younger. The dedicated team at PCS is absolutely committed to making sure that each student discovers his or her full musical potential, finds a lifetime love and skill in music, feels valued all along the way, gets connected into the PCS program and community, and adores every minute of learning and making music at PCS.
So, I’m excited to introduce one of our newest sponsors to you, Piano Central Studios. In fact, these are some of the best promotions that Piano Central Studios has ever offered! Throughout these last 20 years, we’ve seen just how much Kindermusik can do for young children, instilling a lifelong love of music and laying an incredible foundation for future music lessons. By entering this giveaway, you agree to allow Piano Central Studios to use your email address to contact you about promotions. By entering this giveaway, you agree to comply with Kidding Around Greenville SC’s terms and conditions. She enjoys exploring parks, discovering local events, and meeting the people who make Greenville an amazing place to live. This would be an amazing way to spend his bday…hes obsessed with singing and making music on his kindle with piano apps and other musical apps!
This website also contains non-paid mentions of our sponsors, partners, and other local businesses when applicable to our readers. 9 Ways Music Classes Prepare Your Child for SchoolMusic classes in the early years that include parental involvement and focus on learning in a fun, developmentally appropriate way inspire a lifelong love for learning. Here's some helpful tips and interesting information to create a wonderfully educational musical experience! We think that you will love her adorable Easter bunny photos, birthday photos, and spring mini-sessions! I had three bunnies as pets – Coco, Fudge and Oreo – they were as cute as they sound.
She even has a short video just for you to demonstrate some practices and poses ideal for parents!
It was convenient because I could do it on my schedule, yet still have the professors available when I needed them. This month, SCCAL is giving away a one-year family membership to The Children’s Museum of the Upstate, a $150.00 value.
The curriculum quickly became a phenomenon, which led to the birth of formal homeschooling and helped children, especially in military families, all over the world be assured of a quality education. Kids complete assignments – like reading, labs, and worksheets – at home supported by a Learning Guide, who is usually a parent.
Speak with the principal one-on-one and feel free to bring another parent who may be interested in SCCAL.
Plus, a big win for parents is not having to do any cleanup after the little tornados make their way through the party, cake and decorations. The Bounce House or Ice Skating parties are affordable and fun and they can provide the food, drinks and even the cake. The birthday parties include set-up and take down, plates, napkins and cups, plus an hour of jump time. Birthday parties include private rooms, refreshments, fun-themed activities, and a host, among other things plus they give options to add on special requests like goody bags to their many packages. The Little Gym birthday team handles everything from start to finish, including addressing and mailing invitations, all set-up and clean-up, a cake and juice boxes. However, they also host fantastic indoor birthday parties and have a variety of packages to choose from which include lots of time for the kids to run around and have fun in the arena. One night, the bulletin board on the wall above Stanley’s bed comes loose and falls – right on top of Stanley! However, purchasing 2nd Stage tickets ahead of time is highly recommended as seating is limited to 100. She is new to Greenville and enjoys fitness, gardening and checking out the fun in her new city.
You may have noticed that your children have grown tremendously and will need new wardrobes. Many of the items not sold or picked up at the end of the sale are donated to local organizations!! Make a list of items and their retail price prior to the sales to ensure you are getting the best price!!
This is such a great place and as Kidding Around Greenville readers know, there is almost an endless amount of things to do with kids. She uses the AllTrails Hiking & Mountain Trails app to find them and suggested Issaqueena Falls near Walhalla, Dupont State Forest in Cedar Mountain, NC, Table Rock and Paris Mountain. They have a sensory garden, musical instrument area, and during the summer, lots of flowers and herbs.
It’s has lots of animals (some unique ones too) and all exhibits (sounds nicer than cages!) are eye level.
Word has it that there is an interactive “secret garden” beneath the front entrance of the Children’s Museum.
There is a $5 fee per child during the week and $7 per child during school holidays and weekends. In fact, Kidding Around Greenville contributor Lauren did a great write-up of what families can do there!
The orchestra's artistic partnership with the 2013 Cliburn gold medalist continues to pay dividends. While some of these classes are seasonal, we have still included them to help you find the perfect classes for your kids year-round. If you click on these links they will take you directly to the portion of the guide that has the information that you want. While students are enrolled in the Preschool Piano Class, there is no keyboard or piano required for home use.
Small group sizes offer the best of both worlds—lots of attention from the teacher combined with the fun and camaraderie of being in class with other students around the same age. This 45-minute class provides an environment to meet other new explorers, build strength and develop coordination. Celebrated with cheers and high-fives, each new achievement leads to newfound confidence, determination and a desire to continue improving.
Your dancer will also spend part of each class working on complementary gymnastics skills in the gym in order to emphasize poise and balance. At this level, children learn to paddle and kick on the front and back without support, build endurance, and will learn to jump into water without assistance. Whether they're ready to fast break or taking their first try dribbling, every young athlete will play and improve at the Y. Children work with exciting themes such as Space, Laws of Motion, Amazing Animals and Inventions to create and build models.
Strength and agility using bars, rope, obstacle course and more are emphasized in this curriculum.
Whether they’re ready to fast break or taking their first try dribbling, every young athlete will play and improve at the Y. I looked for different ways to help my daughter to cope and adapt with the issues she struggled with. Piano Central Studios is KAG Reader Recommended as one of the best places in town to sign up the kids for Kindermusik in Greenville. We invite you to come play, learn, sing, dance, create, and share in the joy of learning and making music together! If the winner does not respond within the three [3] days (72 hours), the prize will be forfeited and another winner chosen. While we work hard to provide accurate and comprehensive information, readers are encouraged to check original sources in addition to our site. Practice with steady beat, enjoying movement activities, and playing instruments help develop coordination and motor skills necessary for cutting with scissors, holding a pencil, or kicking a ball, for example. Learning Guides don’t need to have any teaching experience because Calvert lesson manuals are written with daily lesson plans that are easy to follow. For kids who need a little extra help in reading, writing or math, SCCAL offers a program called Verticy Learning.
Besides the planned events, playgrounds, parades, and museums, Greenville still holds a few secrets and we asked our readers if they wouldn’t mind unveiling some of their favorites.
They run specials so check out their website and Facebook page for more info.  Bonus: it’s in the middle of a big outlet mall! They are just beautiful and the kids may enjoy the pond, checking out the flowers or having a picnic.
And since it is a hunting store, they have tons of animals for the kids to check out in their taxidermy forms. Kholodenko is a rock star at the piano and perfectly suited to play the the raucous Piano Concerto No.
This guide also includes recommendations from our readers on which activities for kids are the best in Greenville.
Our expert-approved curriculum is age-appropriate and aligns with childhood education standards. Our teachers and staff foster an atmosphere of cooperation and team building, problem solving and critical thinking, as well as creativity and fun.
And, I’m excited to announce that we will be running several exclusive deals from Piano Central Studios this month in addition to a fun giveaway!
Music classes that are teaching children rhymes and then later, the basics of beginning to read music pave the way to literacy. Springtime is the perfect time for bunny pictures too, as Erin Dyer of E Mc B Photography would say. South Carolina Calvert Academy (SCCAL) utilizes the latest technology so families can send their kids to school in a virtual environment.
For students who need to be challenged, the school can place them at an advanced level or implement enrichment and accelerated pacing. When purchasing online the first ticket price will show up as $8 ($7 ticket + $1 handling fee), each additional ticket will show up as $7. These listings include extra information about our sponsors’ specific class offerings. In addition we provide an exceptional customer experience and ongoing communication with parents. It centered her, calmed her, helped with coordination, and helped with body awareness during preschool years when we were trying to figure out how to best to help my daughter.
Music classes give your child a place to practice those all-important social skills, like cooperatively play, sharing, and following directions.
If you purchase tickets online and are unable to print your tickets your name will be on the list at the door. The best music classes will encourage your child to think creatively, developing critical thinking skills and the ability to problem-solve. In an environment where process, not performance, is stressed, music classes build self-confidence and a willingness to try new things.
Your tickets may be exchanged in person during business hours only for another performance of the same title as long as this exchange is at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled performance during business hours Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Music classes that gradually increase a child’s independence at the class help the child more successfully transition to the school classroom. In these classes, children have the opportunity to bond and interact with their teacher, learning to listen and respond to someone other than the special adults who surround them at home.



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