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Honey Bear Music Review

September 6, 2017

I am coming up on my third year of being a director for Mommy Connections and still to this day one of my all time favourite classes with the Mom and Baby group is the music class we do with Honey Bear Music.

This spring my family had the privilege of taking a class with Honey Bear Music. It really was a family affair that included myself, my 2 year daughter, 4 year old son and husband. Their program, Music Together, is 10 weeks of 45 minute classes that combines song, rhymes, movement and instrument play. The classes are mixed age groups, which is perfect for families of more than one child. It was so much fun to play, sing and dance while watching our children grow and learn more about music. The director, Tyra Armeneau, makes it very clear from the start that parents must participate in the program to show our children how to interact with the music and become music makers instead of  ‘music consumers’. My husband was a complete natural and we both sang, danced, played instruments and loved every minute of it!

This truly is a very beautiful program and I would absolutely recommend it at any age! There were babies in the program only a few months old, which makes me wish I had started my children at a younger age! Since taking the program my children spend much more time dancing and singing along to music. Dance parties happen very often at this house!

Check out their schedule here to register for a class.

Honey Bear Music
Reviewed by Brittany Thomson at Mommy Connections Red Deer

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This spring my family had the privilege of taking a class with Honey Bear Music. It really was a family affair that included myself, my 2 year daughter, 4 year old son and husband. Their program, Music Together, is 10 weeks of 45 minute classes that combines song, rhymes, movement and instrument play. The classes are mixed age groups, which is perfect for families of more than one child. It was so much fun to play, sing and dance while watching our children grow and learn more about music. The director, Tyra Armeneau, makes it very clear from the start that parents must participate in the program to show our children how to interact with the music and become music makers instead of ‘music consumers’. My husband was a complete natural and we both sang, danced, played instruments and loved every minute of it!
Rating: 4

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