Jennifer Daniels’ gift to community is her lively, interactive show style designed to get children and families excited about reading, the arts, and creative self expression. She comes to Allentown April 5, 2016, 6:30 – 7:30 pm for a free concert for pre-school age children, families, and early education teachers and directors. Concert participants are asked to bring a canned item for the local food bank. Come expecting fun and dressed to move.

The Northeast Regional Key of Community Services for Children is hosting the event at its Donley Children’s Campus location, 1520 Hanover Ave, Allentown. With limited space, the public should call to reserve: 610-437-6000, x 7970.

Daniels is a performing songwriter out of Lookout Mountain, Georgia. She works closely with Eric Litwin (bestselling author of the first four Pete the Cat picture books) and with The Learning Groove music and movement curriculum, where she teaches parent/child classes and ushers teachers through training. She has an MA n counseling and certification in Autism Movement Therapy.

Using songs, stories and organized movement on a regular basis in early childhood has many benefits for young brains, bodies, ad hearts.

The Northeast Regional Key of CSC is responsible for quality-improvement initiatives supporting childcare programs in an 18-county area of Pennsylvania. This work affects about 35,000 children ages 0-11 annually.

February 17th, 2016

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