Kindermusik Level 3

2.5 - 5yrs

Kindermusik Of Greenville At Village Arts - Village Arts Greenville

Class Details

Date

Class Starts : Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Class Ends : Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Day / Time

Every Wednesday at 11:15 AM
30 minutes

Units

Animals A-Dancing

Cost

68.00 USD / 4 Classes (Only 17.00 USD per class!)
*pricing includes required home materials

Age

2.5 - 5yrs

Included with your enrollment:

Animals a-Dancing Kindermusik Kit includes a Family Guide and Home CD.

The Family Guide details what a child learned in the classroom, suggests home activities to continue the learning, has a game where parent and child can identify various animal footprints, and includes Frog Went A-Dancing, the story of a frog who asks a variety of animals if they know a dancing song. He finally finds the song for him from his mother.

The Home CD includes all the songs from the class and a narration of Frog Went A-Dancing.

**Updated version of the home materials will be in stock around 7/13

Kindermusik Level 3

 

Level 3 classes are designed to engage preschoolers’ natural love of music and activate their imaginations, while developing their growing language and social-emotional skills.

Village Arts Greenville

Village Arts Greenville houses Kindermusik, art exploration, yoga and art studios. We are in the newly renovated Shops at Gower on Laurens Road, across from the Chick-Fil-a. We're excited to welcome you to our Village!

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Studio Policy

Full refund given 10 days prior to the beginning of class. Prorated refund, minus the cost of materials after classes begin.

Rosalind Cross

Rosalind Cross has been touching the lives of children and families through Kindermusik for over 20 years. Ms. Cross served on the faculty of Anderson University where she taught piano and was first introduced to Kindermusik. She did her graduate work in Piano Pedagogy at USC and studied and performed at Interlochen Center for the Arts. Ms. Cross also offers music instruction to at-risk children and frequently speaks to teacher and parent groups