Music Makers At the Seashore (5 Year Olds) – Live Zoom Classes

$105.00$140.00

Age: 5 years of age (Completion of Music for Makers: At Home is recommended, but not necessary, to join this level)

Class Length: 45 minutes, once a week via Zoom (a parent or caregiver participates in each Zoom session along with the child)

Dates/Times: Fridays, 4:30-5:15pm or Saturdays, 11:00-11:45am

Duration: 3 weeks or 6 weeks from June 5/6-July 17/18 with no classes 4th of July weekend (3 week option-choose from the first three weeks or last three weeks)

Price: $105 for a 3 weeks or $140 for 6 weeks

Take Home Materials (Included in Advertised Price): Folder containing songs, activities, parent guide, and CD/Digital Download of Course Music (Folder should be available during the Zoom session each week) *Materials must be picked up from a South Florida Music Instructor’s house. If you are not in the local area, please note that there will be an additional shipping cost for materials. 

Note: If a child is entering a Makers class for the first time, a one-time purchase of a glockenspiel instrument for an additional $40 is required. This instrument will automatically be added to your cart. If you already have a glockenspiel from a previous semester, please delete this item prior to moving to the checkout page!

Due to the digital nature of these classes, no refunds nor credits will be granted once the first session is completed.

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Description: Moving on to the second year of this sequential two-year music program, Music Makers: At the Seashore continues the development of singing, creative and structured movement, playing instruments and ensemble work, ear training and guided listening, as well as a developmentally sound approach to music literacy that builds symbolic thinking, concentration, memory, and self-expression. At this level, children will read and play a variety of melodies on the glockenspiel instrument. The parent or caregiver who participates in the Zoom sessions with the child will also serve in a supportive role at home, as children are expected to practice the songs and patterns learned each week. Participation in this level provides excellent readiness for future musical endeavors, be it playing piano, singing in a choir, or joining an instrumental ensemble.

Musical Goals: Play a melodic instrument (glockenspiel); Read, write, and play melodies; Build a bank of familiar songs that are the foundation for Music At the Piano; Develop ensemble skills; Demonstrate and move in sequences to a steady beat; Differentiate musical patterns; Discover music from various cultures and places around the world; Build home practice skills

Developmental Goals: Increase gross and fine motor skills; Advance cognitive and language development; Demonstrate symbolic thinking; Set and accomplish goals through practice; Strengthen body awareness and self-regulation; Build on social, emotional, and self-help skills