Musical Cycle of Seasons (3 Year Olds)


Age: 3 years of age

Class Length: 45 minutes, once a week

13-16 weeks based on site

  • Crossbridge Church Key Biscayne: Wednesdays, January 22-May 13 (16 weeks), No class March 25
  • Redeemer Church: Thursdays, January 23-May 14 (16 weeks), No class March 26 AND Saturdays, January 25-May 16 (16 weeks), No class March 28
  • Christ the King: Fridays, January 24-May 15 (15 weeks), No class March 17 or April 10
  • Central Presbyterian: Saturdays, January 25-May 2 (14 weeks), No class April 11
  • Temple Beth Am: Saturdays, January 25-May 9 (15 weeks), No class March 28
  • St. Stephen’s: Saturdays, January 25-May 16 (14 weeks), No class February 15, March 21, or March 28 *Parking fee applies at this site in the Coconut Grove area

Take Home Materials (Included in Advertised Price): Fall/Spring-Pouch containing listening activity cards, Parent Guide, and two CDs/Digital Downloads of Course Music (Pouch brought to class each week)

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Description: Celebrate your child’s love of nature and growing independence through activities which focus on the seasons of the year. 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. While many of the activities appear similar to those in Music for Toddlers, children are encouraged to work more independently from their parents/caregivers. Furthermore, this level begins the foundation of musical literacy by applying musical language to simple rhythmic and tonal patterns.

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; From 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.