Keep The Summer Beat with Rockness Music ’s Free Children’s Music Classes!

Beginning June 3rd, Rockness Music is happy to offer free children’s music classes in select locations in New Jersey and New York.  Try a class on us to see why parents say that Rockness Music “blows all of the others away!”

Rockness Music will be keeping the beat all over New Jersey and New York this summer with our awesome Summer Drummer Mommy and Me toddler music classes.  We’ll be creating drum circles, singing, dancing, exploring and discovering for a wonderful six-week session!

How Do I Sign Up For Rockness Music ’s Free Children’s Music Classes

Registration for Rockness Music ’s free children’s music classes is currently underway!  Simply click on the following link to pick the location, date, and time of your choice:

There are limited seats remaining, so don’t miss out on a chance to try out our free children’s music classes!  Register today!

Where Can I Try Rockness Music ’s Free Children’s Music Classes

We will be holding our free children’s music classes at the following locations in New Jersey and New York:

Midtown Hoboken – Local Barre
720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ
Tuesday, June 3rd & 10th

Maplewood – Village Dance Academy
155 Maplewood Ave., Maplewood, NJ
Tuesday, June 3rd & 10th

Riverdale, NY – Kidaroo
3603 Fieldston Road, Bronx, NY
Friday, June 6th & 13th

Ft. Greene, NY – Move with Grace
469 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Tuesday, June 3rd & 10th

I Already Love Rockness Music – Where Do I Sign Up for the Summer Drummer Session

Don’t need to try one of our free children’s music classes?  Ready to sign up for our awesome Summer Drummer session?

Head over to our site and sign your child up for the best children’s music class around!  Every child who signs up receives his/her very own FREE set of bongos!

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity, sign up for Summer Drummer today!

For more information, please contact us at or 732.205.1971- we’re always here to help!

Keep Rockin’ – – – Rockness Music

With Halloween nearing, the search for the perfect costume for your little ones has begun.  Well, look no further!

Forget witches, pumpkins and ghosts and check out these Rockness Music-inspired costumes.  

Run Run Run Run Run Little Cupcake

Have A Lemonade Stand

Safari Song: Out in the Jungle What Did I See? 

Pancakes Pancakes We Eat Them Every Day

Makes We Want to Say- Yee Haw Yee Haw!

Pirate Song ARGH (coming soon!)

How do you dance like a ROBOT?

What is your little rocker going to be for Halloween?

Can you believe the last days of July are upon us?  Before we know it, school will be back in session.  We wanted to share with you a few of our favorite sounds of summer, before it all flies by.

Infectious laughter of children playing in the yard



Jumping into the pool on a hot day… SPLASH



Roasting marshmallows on an open fire… CRACKLE



Crickets singing their melodic tune



Thunderstorm on a warm summer night



The ice cream man



Lawn mowers in the distance humming along



Rocking chairs on the front porch






Squeaky swings



Leaves rustling in the breeze



Crashing waves



Squawking gulls


Everything makes music. And, oh, what music they make!

What are your favorite sounds?



Tips on how to keep rockin’ with your little ones and have a musical day with your preschool child.

In pop culture, having a musical life similar to that of Glee or High School Musical seems like the most fun a person could have. One minute a character is walking down the hall, and them bam! All of a sudden he or she bursts out into song, and everyone around them now knows a spontaneous choreography to an original song. But who says that TV shows get to have all the fun? You and your youngster can make your own lives into a musical, without a camera and director following you around saying “action!” (unless you really want someone to!)

Everyday activities that you do with your child can have a rockin’ twist with the help of some creativity and your best instrument- your voice!

How to Have a Musical Day With Your Preschool Child

Here are some examples of daily routines that can be rockin’ with the help of awesome friends like Sesame Street and Laurie Berkner and us, Rockness Music:



Although it might not be the safest thing to brush your teeth and sing at the same time, before you and your young one brush your pearly whites, try singing this great song by AJ Jenkins!


Getting Dressed


Sometimes squirming and putting on clothes feels like you’re doing a dance, so while not sing along with it? At times kids can feel like getting dressed is a hassle, but with the help of this Sesame Street song, you can show your rock star how much fun getting dressed can be! A rock star has to look the part, right?

Making Breakfast


Everyone loves food and everyone loves music! Why not combine the two? Singing a tune while making breakfast is a great way to lighten up the morning and shake out the sleep. Try listening to Rockness Music’s very own “Pancakes” the next time you make some for breakfast!  It’s only right that when your done you drum on the bowl! It’s so much fun!


Out and About


It’s always fun to jam out with your little one when you’re in the car or just walking around. When you’re out and about around the house, try this Jim Gill song/interactive dance called “Truck Stop”.


Bath Time


When the day winds down and you are starting up the bedtime routine, Baby Bear’s “Bath Song” from Sesame Street is a great song to listen to while you scrubby scrubby scrub in your tubby tub tub! It’s also an easy transition into Goldilocks and the Three Bears for a classic bedtime story.



There are classic nighttime rituals such as a bedtime story, but why not have a bedtime song? Before you put your little one to sleep for the night, try playing this song from The Laurie Berkner Band!

If these awesome songs somehow get old, you and your little rock star can make up your own tunes to help make your daily moments more musical. Who needs Glee when you can have your very own Preschool Musical!

Keep on rockin’ friends and have a musical day with your preschool child!

Following 11 and preceding 13 comes the number of the day, 12.

I did not realize, or never thought very deeply about the significance of 12 in our world.  Lets take a quick look.

12 B.C12 A.D.181219122012

What does 12 mean: Two remaining after taking ten, or twalif “two-leftover”.

Facts about 12.

The volume we listen to Rockness Music. The number of times we listen to Rockness Music records  in the car (sorry Moms and Dads!). Ok, now some real facts –

• 12 is noon, 12 is midnight.
• 12 months in a year
• 12 inches in a foot
• 12 zodiac signs.
• We have 12 cranial nerves in our body
• 12 pairs of ribs.
• The atomic number of Magnesium is 12.
• 12 is the maximum speed of winds in a hurricane according to the Beaufort scale.
• In Orthodox Judaism, 12 is the year of maturity.

Religion: What a huge number for many religions. There were 12 legitimate successors of Muhammad, Twelve Olympians, Twelve tribes of Israel, 12 apostles of Jesus, 12 Rebel princes of King Arthur, the sun god Surya has 12 names. This is just the tip of the iceberg – and there were twelve icebergs (just kidding).

Sports: Famous athletes wearing the # 12?

Wade Boggs, Joe Namath, Roger Staubach, Terry Bradshaw.

Finally MUSIC: 

Twelve is the number of pitch classes in an octave.

The 12-inch single is a vinyl record format.



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