More than just a sing-a-long. You’ll sway, shake, tap, imagine, connect, create, and so much more to pump up your child’s early brain development. Kindermusik Educators are committed to making classes joyful and beneficial for everyone, including grownups.
At the end of your Mommy and Me class, you’ll take home practical strategies to help fuel your child’s early brain development and keep those priceless musical memories going.
In a Mommy and Me class for babies, Educators show you musical ways to help your baby self-soothe, maximize and enjoy tummy time, and boost bonding—a key component to meeting and exceeding early development markers.
This is just the beginning of hearing music with different rhythms, sounds, and lyrical styles...and learning to respond to your voice. Early communication at its best!
Back-and-forth vocal plays and other grownup-baby interactions will amplify early language development and early social-emotional skills (turn-taking!).
From watching the chime balls roll to playing peekaboo with scarves, your baby will experience a brain-boosting sensory playground.
Get ready to cuddle. You’ll learn new techniques like baby massage to help your little one find calm and grow your relationship together.
I love watching my daughter’s imagination and confidence grow. Plus, I’m learning ways to make routines like bedtime easier with music.
In a Mommy and Me class for toddlers, Educators help fuel your child’s sense of independence, curiosity, and creativity, while giving you ways to keep the learning going at home through sounds exploration, early imaginary play, and more.
Think shaking a shaker to the music and investigating instruments on their own. They’ll grow fine motor skills while you gently encourage their creativity.
We’ll find a steady beat together, experience opposites through high-and-low, fast-and-slow instrument and vocal play, and more.
Toddlers will love fine-tuning fingerplays to the music, practicing repetition (hello, vocabulary!), and listening to songs with different meters and modes.
Whether it’s practicing the same movements together or interpreting music on their own, your child pump up gross motor skills while moving and grooving to the beat.