I attended Kathleen Gille's class with my toddler who is two. She is very rigid, and orders the parents around as if they are children. I was expecting to have a fun-filled, creative, and easy-going experience. Instead, I encountered constant unnecessary correction. It made me feel very uncomfortable that she was willing to tell myself, and other parents, when their 1-2 yr old children weren't doing exactly what she said, when she said. She would chide, "You need to get him/her, because we are doing this or that! " Or if a parent were quietly talking to their toddler when they needed direction, she'd interrupt and say "You need to listen to me instead of worrying about this/that.." These comments are only the tip of the iceberg. I found her extremely rude and ridiculous. This was a toddler class for heaven's sake! Having a two year old is not a thing you can put a tidy box around. It was embarrassing for me to endure, as well as to observe her acting this way towards other adults and myself. It took everything in me not to openly berate her, and to not attend the class anymore. But I did so because I pre-paid, and didn't want her negativity to poison the group musical experience anymore than she already did for my son and I. I believe she belongs teaching math to middle-aged people. She definitely has no place in the laid-back, positive, and fun environment that is necessary to cultivating creativity. Overall, not enjoyable and a disappointment to say the least.