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**FULL** Four free ABC Music and Me Classes (Kids aged 2-4)

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**FULL** Four free ABC Music and Me Classes (Kids aged 2-4)

Postby asiababy » 08 May 2012, 16:19

Take advantage of this great opportunity! Colleen Peterson is completing her final stages of "ABC Music and Me" certification, and is offering four 30-minute classes for you to attend with your child. Dates: Four Wednesdays - May 16, 23, 30, and June 6, 3:30-4pm. Children should be between two and four years of age. Only seven places available. Please sign up on Facebook or PM me with contact information. First-in-first-served.
About ABC Music and Me:
ABC Music & Me is an innovative, standards-based, research-supported supplemental program that uses music and movement to advance language and literacy skills and make it easy for families to get involved in the education of their young children.

Address: Parents' Place: #315 2F Chenggong Road Section 4, Neihu, Taiwan (close to Da Hu Station)
Event page:

**This class is already full. Preregistration is being taken for the class opening June 13th. (Tuition needs to be paid on this one.) Minimum of three students needed to open the class. Go to the FACEBOOK page to register your interest.
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