About Me

I fell in love with musical early childhood learning when my oldest daughter was 18 months old and we attended Kindermusik classes. bethanyWhen the teacher moved a few years later, I decided to certify and become a Kindermusik teacher myself! After teaching for 5 years and taking a break for a couple years, I discovered Let’s Play Music (my youngest was 3 at the time). I enrolled her the next fall when she was 4 and LOVED what I saw. I wanted to go back to teaching, but I decided that the Let's Play Music curriculum was more like what I really wanted to be teaching. I am currently getting certified to teach classes in the fall and I couldn't be happier! I'm also very excited to start teaching Sound Beginnings because I love seeing how much the babies and toddlers can learn through music!

Q & A

Q: Where are you from?

A: I am originally from American Fork, Utah and I've lived in Cache Valley since I graduated high school and went to Utah State University. I started out living in Logan but I've been in North Logan for 8 years now.

Q: How many kids do you have?

A: I have 4 kids going into grades 12, 11, 3 and Kindergarten. They are in 3 different schools and it's going to be interesting this year with COVID-19 getting in the way.

Q: Why do you teach?

A: I've always loved to see the sparkle in someone's eyes when they get that "aha!" moment... especially in young children! And music is one of those things that just makes it that much more fun!

Q: How long have you been teaching?

A: I've been teaching since 2008. Although I took a break from teaching Kindermusik for a little while, I was still teaching my own children music.

Q: Why did you switch from Kindermusik to Let's Play Music?

A: Honestly, I didn't want to have to compete with Let's Play Music! When I saw what it offered compared to Kindermusik, I decided to switch so I could offer what I feel is a more complete musical training program for babies and young children.

oboeQ: Do you play a musical instrument?

A: I play the oboe. I never did like to be just like everyone else, so in 7th grade when I had the opportunity to be in band, I picked the instrument that the fewest people played! I even learned how to make my own reeds! I still pick it up every now and then.

Q: What do you do for fun?

A: I like to go on family vacations! My favorite places have been Florida, Alaska, South Dakota, and Yellowstone.

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