Summer Camp Sing-Along for Kids

FREE – Tuesday, May 19 at 10am

Summer Camp Sing-Along for Kids

Gather ’round the virtual campfire w/MKE families

Gather ’round the virtual campfire for some family friendly fun as we sing familiar songs that your whole family will love.

Led by WCM Early Childhood Music chair Elise Pennington, you’ll explore favorites like “Old Macdonald,” “Wheels on the Bus,” “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” and more, while meeting new friends and families along the way.

Summer Camp Sing-Along

  • Free – register below for Zoom login information
  • Appropriate for kids ages 5 and under, with parents and families



Elise Pennington

Meet Elise Pennington


Bachelor of Music, Minor in Psychology | DePauw University in Greencastle, IN


  • WCM faculty member since 2005.
  • While attending DePauw University, she taught preschoolers at the Tutor Time Child Care/Learning Center
  • Elise has worked as a music teacher for Little People’s Music. Inc and at the Academy of Learning and Leadership for three years as a preschool teacher of two and four year olds.
  • Received training in the Kodaly Concept, completed coursework at the Community Coordinated Child Care Center, and is certified as a lead Early Childhood Teacher.
  • In addition to teaching in the Early Childhood Program at WCM, she also taught music to children in grades K4 – 8.

Explore Zoom Video Conferencing

Online classes are available to students via Zoom, the leader in modern video communications. Easy to use and reliable, Zoom is available to download for free on your PC/Mac or by using a dedicated app for iOS or Android.

All you need is a PC/Mac, tablet, or mobile device with microphone & speakers (here are some recommendations on external options if needed: microphone webcam), and a high quality internet connection. Test your internet connection to ensure best results.



Tips for Best Results

  • Use a wired external microphone, if at all possible:
    • If not, stand 3-5 feet AWAY from the microphone and point off to the side of the microphone.
    • Please do not play directly at the microphone. Angle your sound off to the right or the left of the mic.
  • Use headphones or earbuds (instead of computer or smartphone speakers) during your lesson.
  • Close all applications outside of Zoom.
  • Use a wired internet connection, if possible, or reduce bandwidth usage on your network: turn off gaming systems, video streaming, and other devices.


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