Zoo Train! – Music2Grow Mini-Term

I am very excited to add a new class to our Term 2 line up. This 5-week mini-term is perfect for families with children aged 0-5 years

Unit Theme: Zoo Train!
All aboard the Zoo Train! Join us as we capture the delightful experiences of a trip to the zoo, drawing on the movements, sights and sounds of zoo animals to inspire musical learning. We will explore the concepts of steady beat, legato & staccato, timbre and vocal play through group play, individual exploration and a balance of structure and spontaneity – providing the stability and gentle guidance needed to nurture creativity in your little one.

Activities are conducted in an open-ended, playful atmosphere designed to maintain each child’s interest and offer a variety of ways to explore each week’s theme with babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Our family class creates a foundation for musical growth and development as well as an opportunity for family growth and learning.

So get ready for a joyful, musical ride with Zoo Train!

Zoo Train! Mini-Term (for families with children 0-5 years)
Wednesdays 10.00am – 10.45am
Noosa House of Dance, Cooroy

Class Dates: Wednesday 4th May – Wednesday 1st June
Fee: $100 per child/$175 per family 2-3 children
(baby siblings under 12 months attend at no charge)

Enrolment Includes: 5 x 45 minute music classes + Online Home Materials
Your online materials include beautifully arranged recordings of the songs and chants from class for listening, dancing and singing + Zoo Train! e-book for early literacy development + parent information activities and ideas to continue the learning fun at home

Read more about what you will experience in a Music2Grow Mixed-age Class (0-5 years)

All classes are facilitated by accredited Kindermusik Educator, Verna Hewitt, who holds a Graduate Diploma of Education and has more than 18 years experience in early childhood music education.

“It’s a great starting point for children’s development with patterns and sounds. The room is always welcoming and children grow and develop at their own pace.” Jennifer B. Music2Grow grandparent.