Level 1 classes provide young toddlers with a stimulating setting to explore their new movement and language skills with a sense of security, comfort, and confidence.
Welcome to Kindermusik of South Wake County! We are an award-winning, research-based, and developmentally appropriate curricula provider that primes children for success in school and in life. In every Kindermusik class, you’re welcomed into a playful and nurturing environment where your child will experience learning through music of varying styles, genres, and cultures. They’ll interact with other children and engage in movement, rhythm, and vocal activities that develop far more than just music skills. This program is fun, hands-on, and engaging, but it's also backed by science! Kindermusik and early music education has been linked to increased literacy and language test scores as well as strides in areas such as math, gross and fine motor movement, and social and emotional awareness.
Leigh Hamm, Owner, of Kindermusik of South Wake, is an educational leader with over 20 years of experience. Leigh has aligned corporate learning efforts for businesses and educational efforts for children. Her most effective corporate work supported businesses in the areas of employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and speed to performance. She has spoken at national conferences, led international projects, and has been recognized for success in her efforts designing and running corporate universities and in her roles with Fortune 500 companies. Leigh excelled as a teacher at a Lighthouse School of Excellence and award-winning expeditionary learning school. She also has experience with innovative educational solutions. Her teaching experience spans early childhood, elementary, middle and high school, as well as community college/college levels. Leigh holds a Master's degree in education, a NC Teaching License, and an Infant/Child CPR/First Aid Certification. She has held memberships, other certifications, and has served in advisory roles such as the VP of Learning and Development with the Junior League of Atlanta. This role allowed her to focus on childhood literacy among other community needs. She recently served on the Board for the Holly Springs Arts Council and is a graduate of Launch Holly Springs. She is currently serving on the board of The Nurtured Nest, the Events Planning Committee for The Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of the NWOTT Holly Springs A-Team.