From the moment you became a parent, you wanted the best for your child. In class, we engage your child in music and movement activities that also promote language, social and emotional skills, early math and early literacy, physical coordination, creativity, and more. Plus, your child will learn basic music vocabulary and notation--all setting the stage for future school success and formal music lessons. Parents join the fun for the final 10-15 minutes of class activities.
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Age Range: 4 1/2 years to 6 years old
Class Structure: 4 classes in a session
Class Length: 45 minute class each week
Cost: $63 (includes home materials for the family and tuition)
Session 2 ONLY!
Jump into the rhythms of Latin America with Jumping Beans!
Peek into the rain forest, explore expressive movement, investigate
quarter notes and quarter rests, sing and learn some words and phrases
in Spanish, and—you guessed it—jump, jump, jump!
Age Range: 4 years to 5 1/2 years old
Class Structure: 15 classes in a session
Class Length: 45 minute class each week beginning August 14
Register to save your spot for only $10 registration fee then four
equal payments of $60 (due at your first class, Sept 1, Oct. 1, Nov. 1)
August - In a world without instruments, could you still make music? Of course
you could! Music was born from creativity—people using their voices,
bodies, and objects they found, assembled, or invented to make new
sounds. Join us as we explore rhythm patterns, creative sound-finding
and sound-making, graphic notation, and storytelling—because the
creative brain is where Sounds Abound!
September - What’s cookin? Step into our Jazz Kitchen and you’ll
find out! With a bowl full of movement and generous servings of vocal
play and improvisation, you’ll be well on your way to a jazzy good time.
October - In Rhythms of the Land, you’ll investigate drums,
bells, rattles, singing, chanting, moving expressively, and the
difference between beat and rhythm, as you explore the diversity of
Native American cultures, music styles, and percussion instruments.
November - Nothing is better than small children with big senses of humor. Word
play, tongue twisters, and silly songs are great for our bellies (belly
laughs, that is), and great for cognition and vocabulary development,
too! We draw on the rich tradition of humorous folk songs and explore
folk instruments as we sing, play, and laugh together in Giggles.
Take a sneak peek into the classroom here!