Mighty Pretty Motion
The Hokey Pokey really is what it’s all about!
with Kim Kendrick
Sunday March 6, 2016
1 – 4 pm, Registration 12:30 pm
The North Room, Runnymede United Church
432 Runnymede Road, Toronto
Register by mail using our Workshop Registration form, or register on line below.
We will explore how to engage very young children and caregivers in music classes through creative and playful movement ideas. Experience familiar songs and rhymes of early childhood in new ways as we discuss how to create new games and activities for your classroom.
Kim Kendrick is a music educator with more than 30 years of experience teaching people of all ages, both in the classroom and privately. She earned her specialist certification in both Kodaly and Orff-Schulwerk at the Royal Conservatory School in Toronto. She has also completed 5 post-Level 3 Orff intensive courses with Doug Goodkin, Steve Calantropio and Jo-Ella Hug. Kim is a frequent workshop presenter, having given workshops for the Toronto District School Board, the Early Childhood Music Association of Ontario, the Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario, and the Anglican Dioceses of Toronto. Kim worked with the education department of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra on an early childhood education project. She is the founder and director of the st. Mary Magdalene Orff Ensemble. Kim is currently on the Faculty of the Royal Conservatory School where she teaches the recorder component of the Orff Level courses. She is an Itinerant Music Instructor (Orff and Vocal specialist) for the Toronto District School Board and teaches Kindernotes, and early childhood programme of the Toronto Children’s Chorus.