Sing n’ Sprout: Connecting through music and movement

February 16, 2015

Jenni Auvenshine’s eyes light up when she talks about bringing her love of music, dance and Christianity together to inspire children.

 

The idea for Sing n’ Sprout took root when Auvenshine was looking for just the right mommy-and-me setting to bond with her toddler daughter a few years ago. The two attending children’s music classes, but the fight wasn’t quite right — God was missing, Auvenshine says. 

 

So she set out to build a new kind of early childhood, Biblical-based class curriculum that would encourage children and their guardians too through story, song and movement. 

 

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