Song Support Presents:
Good Fun....Great Music!
Ronno ...an internationally acclaimed children's singer-songwriter, award-winning recording artist, performer and educator, provides fun, enriching song support for kids. He has amassed a catalogue of over 170 published works to date, and has charmed young listeners around the world with his infectious song material.
This gifted entertainer and musician has carefully developed his live children's shows to make them what they are today: energetic, highly polished, music & movement experiences that delight children and families throughout the U.S. and Canada.
If you're looking for great kids'/family entertainment, Ronno's energetic, highly participatory music & movement concerts will be a sure hit. And not only are they great fun, his music helps to promote physical fitness and build early literacy.
Live Community Concerts
Kids love the fast-paced action that gets them singing, dancing, and having a great time. Parents appreciate the meaningful content frequently found underneath all the fun.
Children's recording artist and educator Ronno (a.k.a. Ron Hiller, B.A., B.Ed.) treats elementary and pre-school students to one of the most exciting educational experiences of their young lives. RONNO crafts these highly interactive shows to encourage respect for self, others (including conflict resolution) and the environment - while also promoting literacy/reading readiness and fitness (e.g., Quality Daily Physical Activity).
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for the ground-breaking resource:
Catch A Brain Wave Fitness Fun
10 Best Active Products
(Institute for Childhood Resources/Dr. Toy)
Parents' Choice "Approved"
Directors' Choice Award
(Early Childhood News)
100 Best Children's Products
(Stevanne Auerback, PhD./Dr.Toy)
RONNO & Liz Jones-Twomey (a.k.a. Miss J.T.)
posing with awards for their
Catch A Brain Wave Fitness Fun CD
at the KIMBO Educational booth, NAEYC
National Conference, Chicago, IL
| || Ronno's "In Your Hands" (song for my teacher) is a moving musical tribute to teachers everywhere - and to the profound contribution they make to students' lives. Organizers use it as a "finale" at teacher-appreciation events, graduations, teaching seminars, professional development days and other similar gatherings. "In Your Hands" is used at "Teacher of the Year" events, and by conference presenters such as Dr. Michele Borba. |