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Music

Children are singing, discovering rhythm and pitch, and delighting in music each day

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Montessori Education

The learning environment is prepared to create an atmosphere of discovery and respect for the child.

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Security

Video camera systems allow parents the comfort of checking in on your child during any part of the day.

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Convenience

Never bring a diaper to school again. All toileting supplies are provided in each child’s classroom

Healthy Food

Thoughtfully prepared, our breakfast, snacks, and lunches are cooked fresh each day by our private chef.

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Cultural Education

Children are ambassadors of peace in the world, and to reach the world we must first teach them about it

ABOUT US

``As I saw my daughter for the first time, I played that first note, and the world changed. I had received a gift, and it was now my responsibility to take care of what I’d been given. Rock and Roll Daycare began as a gift to my daughter, and now my three sons, and I can’t help but wake up each day knowing that today is a new opportunity to nurture that gift. People often ask what Rock and Roll Daycare is, and while we are a music based Montessori school for infants, toddlers, and preschool, my favorite answer is, Rock and Roll Daycare is a love story to my children.`` Christopher Vuk - Founder

MONTESSORI MUSIC LAB CURRICULUM

Developed by the research and development wing of Rock and Roll Daycare, these groundbreaking music materials include Illustrated Songbooks, Audio Recordings, and New Classroom Musical Instruments. It harmoniously incorporates Montessori philosophy, music and cultural studies and is designed to offer pre-readers a deeper understanding of music notation and cultural diversity.


TESTIMONIALS

Kaiyi really enjoyed preschool at Rock and Roll, and he continues to sing many of the songs that he learned there. The music is really great and it's what makes RRDC different from other preschools. Thanks for running such a wonderful program! (M. Xu, Parent)

Our twins boys have loved rock n' roll since they started, they are always excited to go to school, and they come home singing and dancing. The teachers and staff are really wonderful and caring. Catered food is wonderful and makes life so much easier. (A. Natenshon, Parent)

I highly recommend the Rock & Roll East Cambridge. There is a daily music component, which seems good for providing entertainment and intellectual stimulation. The school puts a lot of thought into educating the children in an age appropriate manner. (A. Y., Parent)

OUR EVENTS

DON'T MISS OUR EVENTS

24
Feb

Japanese International Night

166 Prospect Street
5:40 pm-6:40 pm
February 24, 2017

A Night of music games, singalong songs, and a preview of the new Japanese Heritage Songbook

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24
Feb

Japanese International Night

535 Cambridge Street
4:40-5:40 pm
February 24, 2017

Join RRDC music director Phil Berman for a Night of music games, singalong songs, and a preview of the new Japanese Heritage Songbook collection, an illustrated music book for the home and classroom. All RRDC community members welcome to attend.

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23
Feb

Japanese International Night

366 Broadway St. Cambridge
5.00 PM -6.00 PM
February 23, 2017

A Night of music games, singalong songs, and a preview of the new Japanese Heritage Songbook

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16
Feb

Open House

366 Broadway St. Cambridge
6:00-7:00pm
February 16, 2017

Attend an Open House to learn about our unique music based program, participate in a music class, and meet our teachers.

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How the Use of Technology is Affecting Children

  Times are changing. “Let’s play!” no longer implies going outside and making mud cakes or using pillows and cushions to avoid touching the floor because its lava. When the kids of today say “let’s play!” they mean “come sit next to me and watch me beat this game on my iPad”. No parents from ...

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Japanese Heritage Songbook

Children and parents alike have been learning a bit of Japanese culture and heritage through our new Montessori Musiclab songbooks these months, we have compiled some information regarding the history of some of these culturally enriching songs. Sakura Sakura Sakura Sakura is a traditional Japanese folk song that depicts one of the most significant events in the ...

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5 Secrets of Preschool Teachers

Photo Credit: Brighter Horizons Preschool   During preschool, your child is developing a newfound sense of independence, and while this is a fun period, it also comes with some unique behavior issues. For example, you may see your child lying from time to time. This is often a reaction to the books, TV shows, and ...

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How Much Screen Time Should Your Kids Have?

Photo Credit: commons.wikimedia.org One of the most common questions parents have these days is how much screen time is appropriate for kids. The answer is not one-size-fits-all, of course; it depends on the child, the family, and what the child is watching. What’s clear, though, is the importance of limiting your children’s screen time. Research ...

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Holiday Gifts That Promote Language and Learning

  CC Image Courtesy of Ano Lobb on Flickr The holidays are rapidly approaching and you may be on the hunt for a few more gifts, either for your kids or other little ones in your life. While your kids may be getting some of this year’s hottest toys like the coveted Hatchimal, you should ...

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How Should You Talk to Your Kids About Santa?

  Santa Claus: That rotund, imaginary man that brings joy to so many children—and anxiety to so many parents. Every holiday season parents across the country struggle with the same questions. Should we continue insisting Santa is real and if so, how long? How do we let our child down gently? The answers are dependent ...

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5 Easy Christmas Crafts for Kids

‘Tis the season! Get your kids ready for this years holidays with 5 not-so-messy crafts we ‘ve put together to put some fun into your kids’ Christmas Santa Ornament For this salt dough Santa ornament, you’ll need: 1 cup flour 1/2 cup salt 1/2 cup lukewarm water Instructions: Pre-heat over to 200 degrees F. First, mix ...

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Maria Montessori on Music

Maria Montessori and music were never separate ideas. Since the very beginning of her philosophy, which started around 1907 with her first Children’s home in Rome, Maria Montessori valued music highly. A natural innovator and educator, Montessori focused on teaching children through a method that accompanies their natural learning progress.   Music, according to Maria, ...

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Making Thanksgiving Special to Your Children

Making Thanksgiving Special to Your Children Thanksgiving is a special time for adults and kids alike. For adults, it’s often about seeing extended family, gorging oneself, and, perhaps most importantly, reflecting on what you’re grateful for. For children, Thanksgiving means time off from school (yay!), seeing grandparents and cousins, and eating lots of turkey and ...

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Want to Train Your Brain? Learn to Play a Musical Instrument

These days you’ll find a plethora of apps and websites out there that say they can “train your brain” and improve mental abilities with various games. However, it turns out these tools may not live up to the hype. In October 2014, a group of leading neuroscientists and psychologists penned an opened letter calling claims ...

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OUR PRIMARY SCHOOL

Rock and Roll Daycare. Now, imagine a place where children are encouraged to make mistakes, two-year-olds are learning how to play the violin, and teachers are encouraging children to explore the limits of their potential.

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