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Music

Children are singing, clapping their hands, 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.

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.

Cultural Education

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

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

OUR EVENTS

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24
Sep

Jamaican Parent Child Music Class

535 Cambridge St. Cambridge
9:30-10am
September 24, 2016

Free parent/child music at 535 Cambridge St. Join us as we sing songs from our new Jamaican Heritage songbook along with some classic family favorites.

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6
Oct

Open House

166 Prospect St. Cambridge
6:00-7:00pm
October 6, 2016

Join us at 166 Prospect St. in Cambridge for our fall open house for families with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

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4
Oct

Library Singalong

Central Square Library
2:00-3:00pm
October 4, 2016

Free parent/child music at the Cambridge Central Sq Library. Join Rock and Roll Daycare, as we present a fun filled music class for members of our community.

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4
Oct

Open House

535/527 Cambridge St. Cambridge
6:00-7:00pm
October 4, 2016

Visit our flagship location on 535/527 Cambridge St. in Cambridge, now enrolling for Infant, Toddler, and Preschool.

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7 Things Every School Should Have

What makes a school so special? What should every school have to be considered “good?”     1. Parent Involvement Parents make up a huge part of their children’s life. They must support them and be aware of all they are learning so that these lessons can be backed up at home. That is why parents ...

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Jamaican Activities You Can Do at Home with Your Kids

Here at Rock and Roll Daycare, our Brazilian adventure is coming to an end. Tchau, Brasil! But the good news is that our Jamaican journey is just about to begin!   To get in the Jamaican mood, we’ve compiled a list of Jamaican-inspired activities you can do with your kids at home. From crafts to ...

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Training Up a Musical Child: Twelve-Year-Old Singer-Songwriter Grace VanderWaal

Photo Credit: radio.com Twelve-year-old Grace VanderWaal wowed America’s Got Talent judges and took the country by storm when she auditioned for America’s Got Talent back in June. VanderWaal, a sixth grader from Suffern, New York, sang an original song that she performed on a ukulele. She received a standing ovation from judges and even scored ...

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The Musical Olympics

  This is it—the day they’ve been dreaming about for years. The competitors have trained for hours a day for months and even years on end. They’ve sweated; they’ve cried; they’ve trained their bodies and their minds. They arrive at the venue; their family and friends are there, waiting anxiously with cameras in hand. The ...

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Why the Mozart Effect Works with Justin Bieber

  We know: just seeing the words Mozart and Justin Bieber in the same sentence makes your brain hurt. What could these two musical artists possibly have in common?   A lot, it turns out.   The Mozart effect is the hypothesis that exposure to classical music in early childhood can improve mental development, and/or ...

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5 Tips for Helping Your Child Become More Independent

  One of the best things you can do for your child—and yourself—is to teach your child to become more independent. Not only will this give him or her confidence and instill a sense of adventure (a tame one, hopefully), but it will make your life easier: a child who wants to put his own ...

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The Importance of Positive Discipline

  There are no bad kids, just bad behavior: this is the idea behind positive discipline. Positive discipline is a discipline model that focuses on positive aspects of behavior. With positive discipline, caregivers and educators reinforce and teach good behaviors while eliminating unwanted behaviors; bad behaviors are weaned out without harming the child verbally or ...

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5 Tips for Positive Co-Parenting

Many parents share parenting responsibilities with a partner: this partner may be a spouse or significant other, or it may be an ex. Regardless of your relationship status, it’s important to create a strong and positive partnership that enables you to raise your children as effectively as possible.   Co-parenting often means sharing parenting responsibilities ...

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At-Home Dance Parties: Encouraging Your Child to Move to Music

Moving to music is one of the best ways for kids to learn to appreciate music: it shows them that music can and should be experienced, rather than something to listen to passively. This is especially true of very young kids: they experience music best when they are moving, clapping, stomping, swaying—whatever helps them feel ...

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How to Build a Healthy Relationship with Your Kids While Setting Effective Boundaries

  One of the biggest challenges as a parent is cultivating a healthy, positive relationship with your children while still setting boundaries for them. Sometimes it’s hard to resist the urge to simply give in to their emotions or demands; for example, you’re at the mall with your child and you sense a tantrum coming ...

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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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