Kindermusik for Toddlers: Milk & Cookies

Milk and Cookies is a semester unit for toddlers (18 months – 3 years) and a parent/caregiver.

Wiggle & GrowLearning begins at home and in Milk & Cookies we explore everyday home activities, everything from gardening to cooking to the toolshed – made fun with  music!  Cook and sing to “The Muffin Man”; dust and clean to the original song “In My House”; get ready to wash clothes to the delightful poem “Washing Machine”. Making biscuits, eating cupcakes, blowing on hot cross buns, wiggling like jelly, going grocery shopping and making tea are all represented in familiar as well as new songs.  We will explore the opposing concepts of High & Low, Short & Long and Loud & Quiet.  Using music and rhymes from around the world we develop your child’s excitement for learning through singing, dancing and playing instruments in a safe environment that allows him to be just what he is… a growing toddler.  So get ready to cook up a musical storm with Milk & Cookies in semester 1, 2013

Classes held in the Community Access Room at Cooroy Library – Tuesdays 9.30am or Fridays 9.00am commencing 5th February 2013.

At Home Materials – your musical learning home kit:

  • 2 Home CDs of beautifully arranged recordings of the songs and chants from class for listening, dancing and singing
  • 2 Music & Movement Books, At My House and Cookies, to encourage early literacy development
  • Home Activity Book featuring scores for class songs as well as information, activities and ideas to continue the fun at home
  • A stir-xylophone, a unique wooden instrument – all conveniently stored in a durable lunch bag.

Special Earlybird Price (Includes 16 x 45-minute classes taught over 2 terms and At Home Materials) $200.00 (pay in full by 21st January 2013) Click here  for a downloadable class information sheet.  Please contact verna to enrol or for more information and other payment options.

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