Children (ages 6 mo – 4 Years) | The Music Garden

Classes 6 Months - 4 Years

 

At The Music Garden, we strive to ensure your child's success and satisfaction. "Success" at The Music Garden is measured in the social, musical, and intellectual enrichment that the entire family experiences. To ensure your family's success, we offer age-appropriate curriculum that is the most comprehensive in the industry. Through taking part in the classes themselves, parents and caregivers are able to extend the music-making experience into the home.


 

Music And Movement Classes Ages 6 Months - 4 Years

Periwinkles: Ages 6 months - 36 months with caregiver

Come join in the fun while you and your little one dance, sing, chant, move, listen and play simple instruments! This class enhances your child’s musical aptitude by laying the foundation for singing and developing crucial listening skills.

Poppies: Ages 3 - 4 Years with caregiver

Our Poppies class uses the delightful curriculum Sound Beginnings. This curriculum develops intelligence and confidence in your child in a setting of music, play, and parental nurturing. This fun new curriculum is specifically designed for ages 3 and 4 and a parent or caregiver. By providing a solid music and preschool foundation, Poppies prepares students for success in our popular "Let's Play Music" class and in Kindergarten.

The curriculum is organized into six non-sequential semesters so you can join at any time. Each semester provides experience with important music concepts and skills through different songs and games. Classes include singing, movement, games, stories, and activities - focusing on different concepts each semester. Students are encouraged to sing, play simple percussion instruments, listen and more to music.

Music for Families - Mixed ages 6 months - 4 years with caregiver

This mixed-age class is perfect for family music-making. Older children are challenged to develop language skills and to use their imagination in new ways. The rhymes and songs are just as appealing to the younger children in the room, whether it is the toddler enjoying the movement and instrumental play or the infant who is simply enjoying the sounds and rhythm of the music while bonding with the caregiver.