The first "Tiny Tunes Music Time" class was taught
by Jenny Stuart in the Fall of 2006 in the south cities of Atlanta, Georgia. With the amazing support and response from
the community for this program, over 600 students each year are now attending classes, and the program continues to grow each
Jenny has worked in the
field of early childhood development for over 14 years, directing and teaching in various preschool and childcare classrooms.
One of her most recent accomplishments was the founding and opening of a successful childcare center in Troy, Michigan, where
she acted as the director for over 100 families and 20 employees. This center continues to serve the Metropolitan Detroit
Relocating to Atlanta, Georgia brought Jenny to her next professional endeavor -- "Tiny Tunes Music
Time" parent/child music and movement classes. The launch of "Tiny Tunes" has allowed her to combine two of
her greatest passions, music and working with families. Jennifer takes great joy in her efforts to positively impact
the children and parents who attend her classes, and is well equipped for the job. In addition to her professional teaching
experience, Jenny holds degrees in both Early Childhood Development and Family Life Education, and possess a unique gift
in connecting with little ones. On the music side, she has been singing on stages since she was a little girl and has
had more than 13 years of dance training as well.
Jenny is very excited to have you attend a free trial class and see for yourself how much joy and learning "Tiny
Tunes" classes can bring to your family's life!
Tiny Tunes Music Time's Goals
* To stimulate children's minds and bodies through songs and activities, helping them to develop to their greatest
potential physically, socially, academically, and musically.
* To create a fun and exciting
environment for parents and children to come and spend quality time together.
provide an environment that supports and builds community relationships. Where parents and children both can socialize
and meet new families in their classes.