Fun Halloween Costumes

Oct. 27, 2014 by

I love Halloween—I love the candy, the decorations (especially the witches), the trick-or-treaters and most of all– the costumes! When our kids were growing up, I made them all sorts of costumes—a devil, a warlock, a pirate, a Ninja Turtle,

“The Widow’s Broom” A Must-Read for Halloween!

Oct. 20, 2014 by

I love the fall holidays—Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. I think that holiday-fun should always include reading-a-loud-fun that turns into exciting and memorable traditions. So today I’m going to talk about one of our family’s very favorite Halloween books: The Widow’s

@ils_learning –Integrated Learning Strategies: Using Music to Help Learning Disabilities

Oct. 13, 2014 by

Do you have a child with learning disabilities? Autism? Sensory Integration issues? Auditory Processing? Attention Deficit Disorder? Etc.? In chapter eight of my book, Good Music Brighter Children I talk about how music can be a powerful catalyst for kids

Scary Music & Movies to Play in the Dark

Oct. 6, 2014 by

Halloween and scary music go hand-in-hand. You probably own a couple of Halloween CDs complete with all the scary music you need, but did you know that scary music is found in the classical repertoire? Believe it or not, it actually does

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