How to Teach Effectively and Authentically When You’re Exhausted

Has it been one of those days and it’s only 8:15am? (Well, let’s face it. Has it been one of those years, too?) If you haven’t yet, there’s a good chance that at some point you’ll have to teach – even when you’re exhausted. But how do you teach effectively and authentically when you’re exhausted (or angry, or numb, or hormonal or or or…?) This is a short helpful blog to get you up and going, authentically, when you’re not feeling the love. But don’t worry, you don’t have to go find it. You get to start where you are!

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Happy Spring! Here’s What’s Happening This April

Happy Easter and welcome (finally) to Spring! Wherever you are in the world I hope there are some beautiful tulips close by. If you are wondering what’s happening this April at Look Up Music & Creative Arts you’ve come to the right place. After a long winter it’s a natural instinct to venture out and look into new classes and events for your kids. Below you’ll see all of the ongoing (join anytime) classes via Zoom as well as the new offerings happening this April (for free)!

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5 Life Giving Steps to Excellent Communication with Your Child

You’re a busy mom. You don't just want to improve communication with your child. You want excellent communication with your cherub. You want give quality time and attention with validation - in a way that will prove life giving to this little sweet spirit.

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Not Paying Attention in Class?! 5 Types of Auditory Learners and How to Support Them

Are you finding yourself frustrated that you see signs of your child not paying attention to the teacher, to you, or the class activity? Relax, Mama! This article might shed a brighter light into what may not be a problem at all.

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