During the first week of term, our little ones have ventured into learning how to follow instructions, through basic commands, such as pretending to be a dog (Rover) who sits down, lies down and rolls over!Read More
Dear Families and Friends,
We look back on the year 2018 with gratitude.
In 12 months (or roughly 525,600 minutes), we have journeyed together in our desire to deepen what we practice, and be the best we can be for the children and families in our care.Read More
We sometimes stop and ask ourselves, “Why are we doing this?” Through the journeys to Baumhaus and back, activity repetitions, and ups and downs of the infant and toddler life, we sometimes wonder what we’re moving towards.Read More
“A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch but on it’s own wings. Always believe in yourself”Read More
How are you? Do you find yourselves talking to your children in multiple languages? And does this somehow lead you to question how to go about it the right way?Read More
Toddlers are well, busy.
They love to go, move, do, and say “No!” They also desperately crave predictability and routine. Parents are challenged by near polar opposite behavior – one minute all is well; the next, there’s a meltdown. A toddler will cling to mom as if he’ll never let go, and the next moment adamantly assert the independence of a teenager. At the same time, toddlers are becoming very social, interested in other people and moving from parallel play where they play alongside other children to cooperative play where they start to play with the other children.Read More
At Baumhaus, we pride ourselves in giving our “all” in order to empower each and every person whose hearts touch our own. We see the many children whose lives we have touched, and the many families who have found support in our team’s dedication and care.Read More
If you’ve ever come to a Kindermusik class, you’ll notice that we will have a steady beat activity every week, in every age group. It might involve shakers, streamers, or drums. Or singing, chanting or lap bouncing. Or maybe moving our bodies or dancing. Or even stomping, gliding or tiptoeing.
A baby hears a constant steady beat (mom’s heartbeat!) by 22 weeks after conception. And every infant is born with the ability to keep a steady beat – his own internal beat. Sometimes in a Village class, a piece of music will match a baby’s own beat, and you’ll see him or her banging away in perfect rhythm!Read More
Do you know that our accompanied classes aren’t just for your infants and toddlers? They are designed for the adults’ benefit too. We often delight in our children’s joy during class. Or we sometimes glance down at our phones and remember that stressful work email we received awhile ago. We even start talking to the person next to us during circle time about our challenges and difficulties as a parent or caregiver.Read More
We are so excited to share these Summer Events with you and your whole family!Read More
Your baby may be halfway (or more!) through her first year of life, but she'll experience many more physical, mental, and social and emotional changes before that first birthday actually arrives. Not only is she more interested in the world around her, she'll soon be crawling, cruising, or walking around in it. There's no stopping her progress into toddlerhood, and with a little TLC, you can help her reach the next stage.Read More
May is Baby Month at Baumhaus! We are so excited to bring to you our tailor-made classes and activities for you and your baby!Read More
What’s it like taking a Kindermusik class? Curious? Haven’t taken the step to a attend a free class in your area? Well, Theresa Case, a Maestro Kindermusik Educator and regular blogger for Minds on Music, answers just about every question you might have!Read More
Maybe you're new to Hong Kong and want a place that both you and your baby can enjoy yourselves.
Maybe you've been here your whole life and are looking for the best ways to support your child's development.
Maybe you've heard about us already, but haven't visited with your 2-year-old, yet.
Maybe you just want your toddler to be happy.
This is why Baumhaus exists.
The holidays can be a stressful time for parents. Between fitting in holidays catch ups, booking flights to visit overseas family and decorating the house, there is a lot to think about during the holiday season.Read More
Teaching Laugh and Learn, now called Level 3 has been one of my milestones and accomplishments as a new Kindermusik Educator. I enjoy this curriculum because the children in this curriculum show evident independence.Read More
Baumhaus has and always has had a special spot for babies. As early as weeks old, we have babies coming to our classes and our Playroom and we take pride on seeing them grow, helping them develop through music and movement, and nurturing them together with their families, as our own.
This month, Baumhaus Harbour City celebrates BABY MONTH—wherein we will be offering unique and exciting activities for you and your baby, a whole month long!Read More
While I enjoy teaching all Levels of the Kindermusik curriculum, Level 2 holds a special place in my heart. I started out my Kindermusik career teaching this Level first. The children at this Level have such a sense of wonder and joy as they discover the world around them. From striking the glockenspiel to howling at a drum in class, everything can be an adventure. I feel so privileged to be a facilitator to this wonderful world around them!Read More