RHYMETIME PARTIES

We offer lively and fun, stress-free parties, at your home or venue of your choice, which can be tailored to suit your needs. Contact us for further details and to discuss how we can make your child’s birthday or event that extra bit special

 ‎Shaila Khan to Marylebone Mums (& Dads)

24 October · 

Hi everyone. I’d to recommend Jane of Rhyme Time for parties as well as her fantastic music classes. My son and I really enjoy her classes so I had no hesitation in booking Jane for his 3rd birthday party.

Jane entertained 18 kids between the age of 6 months and 6 years with absolute ease. The kids were all enthralled and had a brilliant time. The songs are really fun and lively and I am always surprised at the sheer number, originality and variety of props Jane has for the kids to play with. I also love how she has a really unique relaxed vibe while still being supremely fun.

 

BLOG POSTS

Rhyme Time style classes help with Post natal depression:

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/singing-boosts-postnatal-depression_uk_5a535b83e4b01e1a4b176558

How much does your 2 year old develop over the course of the year? Watch this video to find out:

http://www.slate.com/articles/life/education/2017/12/watch_2_year_olds_develop_over_their_second_year.html

Top tips for improving your child’s literacy, from The Literacy Trust: http://www.wordsforlife.org.uk/outdoors/places-to-go?platform=hootsuite

Children’s brains develop faster with exposure to music:

https://musiceducationworks.wordpress.com/2016/06/19/a-childs-brain-develops-faster-with-exposure-to-music/

Rhymetime activities help with speech and cognitive development:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness/health-advisor/why-music-is-key-to-your-childs-development/article23515934/

One little change in how you talk to your kids can help them be more successful:

http://www.upworthy.com/one-little-change-in-how-you-talk-to-your-kids-can-help-them-be-more-successful?c=ufb7

Foster sibling harmony using praise:           http://www.educatingmatters.co.uk/blog/sibling-harmony/

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