Music for Mixed Ages (18 Months-3.5 Years)
Age: 18 months-3.5 years
Class Length: 30 minutes, once a week
Take Home Materials (included in advertised price): Children’s picture book and recordings to accompany the curriculum
Optional Materials: In-Person families will have a designated, sanitized instrument kit stored throughout the week for their own use. If you prefer your own NEW Instrument Kit for home or class use (containing 2 pairs of scarves, 2 pairs of egg shakers, 2 pairs of jingles, and 2 pairs of sticks), they are available here for $35.00.
- Wednesdays, 9:45-10:15am, January 19-May 11 (no classes March 23 or April 13), at Plymouth Congregational Church in Coconut Grove
- Fridays, 4:00-4:30pm, January 21-May 13 (no classes March 25 or April 15), at Westminster Christian School in Coconut Grove
By registering for an in-person class, you agree to adhere to specific health and safety measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please visit our Terms and Policies page to review these guidelines, which you will also accept upon registration. In addition, a Zoom parent orientation will be scheduled the week before classes begin to ensure all are prepared for the first day!
Description: Celebrate your child’s growing independence and love of music in this mixed age class for children 18 months and 3.5 years old! Classes are designed to build attention and self-expression and include singing, chanting, moving, focused listening, musical games, exploring musical instruments, creative movement, and storytelling. These activities bridge the natural connection between music and movement, while your child’s musical aptitude, listening abilities, and overall potential are enhanced and further developed.
Musical Goals: Demonstrate and move in sequences to a steady beat, Encourage independent singing; Apply musical language to rhythm and tonal patterns; Advance listening skills and aural recognition; Play age appropriate instruments; Form a bank of familiar songs.
Developmental Goals: Develop gross and fine motor; Advance cognitive and language development; Develop language connections and aural skills; Exhibit independence; Participate in creative/imaginative play; Exhibit body awareness and self-regulation; Strengthen social, emotional, and self-help skills.