Class Options

Six distinct levels, plus mixed-age classes for the whole family

Why does age or developmental level matter in music classes?

From vocal range to instrument safety to attention span, every age is different. That’s why each Kindermusik class is designed to help children truly enjoy the activities and meet appropriate developmental milestones. You can also find mixed-age classes adaptable for families and groups!

Dad holds up his daughter to dance during music classes for babies. Foundations (0-12 months)

Foundations (0-12 months)

Did you know sound recognition begins in the womb? Foundations classes are all about exploring and reacting to new sounds, objects, and movements. Plus, parents and caregivers heighten connections with their babies by learning bonding techniques.

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Two-year-old girl plays with a hoop during music classes for young toddlers Level 1 (12-24 months)

Level 1 (12-24 months)

Give your little one extra confidence to move, groove, and speak! Level 1 classes allow young toddlers to explore new movements, objects, and words, while learning basic music concepts. Families also discover how to create better daily routines with music.

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2-year-old boy plays with a soft chime ball during music classes for older toddlers. Level 2 (18 months - 3 years)

Level 2 (18 months - 3 years)

Older toddlers have tons of energy and curiosity. Level 2 classes are all about exploring creativity and enhancing cognitive development through singing, dancing, and instrument play, while grownups learn how to help unpack big emotions with music.

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Early preschooler uses zig zag blocks during music classes for families. Level 3 (3-5 years)

Level 3 (3-5 years)

Did you know that preschoolers have a natural love of music? Level 3 classes use music to boost language skills, confidence, social-emotional skills, self-control, and more. Parents and caregivers join a portion of each class to participate in the music-making.

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Preschooler plays a drum during music classes for 4-6-year-olds. Level 4 (4-6 years)

Level 4 (4-6 years)

Thinking of signing up for music lessons? Level 4 classes help build a foundation for formal music instruction. Children explore basic music symbols and more complex instruments. Plus, families can observe as their children master concepts that boost learning in other subjects.

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Kindergartner plays the recorder during music classes for 5-7-year-olds. Level 5 (5-7 years)

Level 5 (5-7 years)

When kids learn big concepts in groups, it’s more likely to stick. Level 5 classes introduce music notation, new and complex instruments, and different genres of music. Children participate in ensembles while improving their problem-solving and pre-literacy skills.

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Children listen to and play the glockenspiel in music classes for 0-7-year-olds. Mixed Age (0-7 years)

Mixed Age (0-7 years)

Need something for the whole family? Mixed-Age classes are designed for infants through seven-year-olds to make music and get the wiggles out together. Families build connections, grownups learn ideas for music exploration and play at home, and there’s room for everyone to grow.

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Mom holding her newborn’s toes while sitting on the floor during music and movement classes for babies.

Find the right experience for your family.

Whether you’re looking for in-person or virtual settings, specific levels or mixed-age offerings, we’ve got thousands of classes to choose from.