Learning About Instruments in a Baby’s World

By James Crocker This piece is from James Crocker’s blog,  There, you can find his continuing series of articles about instruments. In the very first post of this blog, Starting Out, I suggested anything is a potential musical instrument in the right tiny hands; exploration of a baby’s new world includes listening to the sounds […]

Play, Passion & Purpose

By Jenny Heitler-Klevans This piece is reprinted from Jenny’s blog. This morning I spent my time with children, singing, pretending to be caterpillars and butterflies, playing sticks, learning rhythms, and letting children make up their own rhythm and spoken word pieces. I watched as the children listened attentively, engaged in music and mime, laughed at […]

Sing Your Way Through Earth Day

By Chelsea Keyes & Liz Buchanan Earth Day 2013 is quickly approaching. Before April 22, we hope you take full advantage of the wonderful songs provided by CMN members on our Environmental Resources web page, and beyond. CMN’s Environmental Resources is a growing library of songs that promote respect and responsibility for our environment. There […]

Use Twitter Effectively to Grow Your Business

By Cristina Aiello Being a 20-something year-old college student, I can sum up what I like to do in my free time in one word: tweet. It’s really a blessing that I fell in love with Public Relations when I came to Simmons College because tweeting and staying connected via social media outlets is now […]