Music2Grow for Babies and Young Toddlers (Sing & Play)

Kindermusik Sing & Play for Babies and Young Toddlers (10 – 20 months)

Get ready to sing, play, and move with your little one in this high-energy music class designed to be just right for very young children. This new Kindermusik curriculum focuses on your child’s beginning movement, helping to build the muscles your baby/young toddler needs to walk, run, and climb; and on vocal development, helping to nurture your child’s speaking and singing voice. With a mix of both parent-child joint activities and child-focused activities, you’ll be able to join right in on all the singing and dancing while also getting the chance to observe how your young toddler learns on his or her own. Embark on Kindermusik’s fun new exploration of singing, swaying, laughing, and playing through Sing & Play, a just-right mix of early-childhood vocal play and language development, together time, and music and movement activities!

Class Unit Themes for Term 2, 2014

Playtime!Peekaboo Face

Nothing could be better than Playtime! This unit is all about fun and predictability. Do it, then do it once more. That was fun. Let’s do it again! From Pop Goes the Weasel to Sally Go ‘Round the Sun, and Little Green Frog to Monkey See, Monkey Do, this unit is a non-stop play-fest that stresses the developmental value of predictability, repetition and play.  Class story: Peekaboo Face.

Hello Day!Pete and PJ

What do you do in the morning? In Hello, Day!, you’ll greet the day with all of your senses. You’ll say good morning to the sunshine, you’ll blow away the morning dew, you’ll stretch your bodies high and low, explore and exercise fine-motor skills, and even play bathtime and laundry games. Class story: Pete & PJ

Term 2 classes will commence on Tuesday 22nd April

Class Information Sheet (including fees and payment options)

Enrolment Form

Registration Policy & Parent Information

Contact Verna to book your place or for more information (E: verna.hewitt@gmail.com)

 

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