Is your child in Kindergarten? Did you know it is typical for there to be NO Art, NO P.E and only a 20-minute music class once a week? (A recent meeting with the principal at Lingle Elementary School in the PASD confirmed this.) At Welcome Little Ones we are helping to fill in the gap that cutbacks and focus on academics/testing have brought to Kindergarten students!

About our Kindergarten enrichment classes ...

We are proud to announce that we are offering a morning and afternoon weekly kindergarten enrichment class (the only one of it's kind in the area) to serve students that would like to receive music, drama, and creative movement instruction, culminating with a family program to showcase their work. This includes a Handbell Performance, since all students will be learning to play the Handbells. Teaching the class is our very own Miss Robin, who has an extensive background in all of the above! (see her bio sketch below)

Class Day: Wednesdays ***8-week session March 8 to April 26***

Morning session:
9:10 - 11:15 - music/drama, movement, listening, performance practice, arts, crafts, and group games

Afternoon session:
12:40 - 2:45 (as above)

Class is limited to 10 students.
Tuition: works out to $20/class, Spring 8-week session is $140 (first class is FREE)

Click Here for the Sing, Move, Act Registration Form

Send an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve a spot for the Spring 8-week session right away.


Outline for class:
    1    Creative Movement 
- Drama & acting activities and games
    2    Rhythm Activity Time - Percussion instruments, hand bells, & marching
    3    Music Time - Music activities, games, & songs
    4    Performance - Practice time for family program**
    5    Listening Time - Dramatic stories, poems, selections of music
as well as Crafts, Art, and Outdoor playtime
***A program of drama and music will be given for the families at the end of the session.

About the Instructor: Robin Stutzman
Robin received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education at Messiah College and taught Kindergarten for several years before starting a family. While raising her four children, Robin taught piano lessons and music classes to elementary students in Virginia and Pennsylvania.

Robin has over 25 years of experience directing both dramas and musical productions for adults, youth, and children. Her most recent local productions include Seussical the Musical at the Lebanon Community Theatre and Mirror Image at Palmyra Middle School. Robin is currently on the board of directors at the Lebanon Community Theatre (LCT), and is very involved with productions at LCT, both on the stage as well as behind the scenes.

"Miss Robin" is a fun and creative teacher, and she is looking forward to sharing her excitement, passion, and love of music and drama with children.