Class Descriptions

Babies Class!

 

Every child’s development benefits from early exposure to music and movement. Because the early months are so important, Music Together® offers two options for babies. Babies eight months and younger at the time of registration may attend a Mixed Ages Class, whether registered on their own or attending free with an older brother or sister. Babies may also take the special “Babies Class” offered as a one-semester introduction to Music Together. The music activities and materials are specially designed for parents who want to learn as much as possible about music development in babies. Meet other parents of newborns and learn some fascinating music activities you can recreate at home with your baby.

 

 

Mixed Ages

Mixed age classes are for children birth through and including five. Mixed-age groupings foster natural, family-style learning. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating the older ones, older children learn by leading the younger ones; and adults are happy because the children in the family can go to class together. Any caregiver can bring the child or children -  grandparent, babysitter, and, of course, parents.

 

Open House

Meet Music Together families in an actual class. Hear the internationally acclaimed songs and join us for some family music making fun! Let us introduce you to Music Together! Meet the teacher and get a feel for what we do!

Babies Open House

A one day  workshop introduction to the Music Together Babies class. Meet other moms and learn about the  importance of singing to your very young child.

Rhythm Kids!

 

 Rhythm Kids Level 1 is the next musical step for your preschool child (ages 4–5) with a parent or caregiver. Each week we drum, sing, dance, play rhythm instruments, and begin to play music-based games. Rhythm Kids Level 1 guides children toward developmentally appropriate music and movement activities, where they can begin to take charge, lead others, and be musically creative 

Rhythm Kids Open House

Join us to explore Rhythm kids!