BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Westminster Nursery School in Berkeley Heights celebrated music during their annual Music Week. The children made their own instruments, marched in a parade and had musical guests demonstrate their talents each day. We had an organ demonstration, flute, violin, voice, piano, guitar and bass guitar. The children learned about octaves, scales and notes.
Music Week at Westminster Nursery School
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