Term 1 2020 Enrolment is Open!

Enrolment is open for all Term 1 Kindermusik classes at Music2Grow. Classes will commence from Friday 31st January 2020 and run for 9 weeks. SEE OUR TERM 1 2020 CLASS SCHEDULE Family, friends and music – three of the things that bring love and joy to our lives, come together in our class learning themes…

Healthy, Happy Kindermusik this Winter

Keeping our Classroom Healthy and Happy Music2Grow is all about raising happy, healthy children in a joyful community of music, family & friends. Winter is one of my favourite times of year, bringing warm sunny days and cooler nights, but it is also the time of year when we see an increase in colds and…

Music2Grow Awarded Top Program Status for 2019

I am very proud to announce that Music2Grow has been awarded Top Program status for the third year in a row. This award for excellence is the highest recognition awarded by Kindermusik International and recognises Music2Grow for exceptional service to our local community. What began 16 years ago as a way for me to work…

Music2Grow Baby Class Free Preview – Tuesday 2nd April

“It takes a village to raise a child.” – African proverb Kindermusik Foundations is a special place for parents and babies (aged 0-13 months) to connect and learn together through music & movement. Join us for a FREE PREVIEW CLASS! Tuesday 2nd April 11.45am – 12.30pm, Noosa House of Dance, Cooroy. BOOK YOUR SPOT NOW…

Sensory Play and your Baby’s Developing Brain

Being allowed to explore and experiment within safe limits is of extreme importance to your baby’s brain development. Those babies who are allowed to explore generally become eager and flexible learners. Your baby’s play is how they learn!

Music, Patterns and Your Baby’s Growing Mind & Body

The early years are the optimum time for exposing your baby to a rich variety of musical tempi, rhythms and patterns. “Music education research indicates that children are more ‘open-eared when they are young; their music preferences are broad and amenable to extension.”

Rock Their World – Rocking and the Vestibular System

Spinning, twirling and rocking all stimulate the vestibular system, the centre of balance in the brain. It is important to encourage this kind of movement, particularly in the early years when your child is in such a tremendous growth-spurt, as it helps develop your child’s balance and coordination skills, strengthens eye muscles and upgrades the vestibular system ready for new physical accomplishments such as crawling, walking, hopping and skipping.

Kindermusik Online Materials – Your Home Learning Kit

One of the things I love most about being a Kindermusik educator and the Kindermusik programme is how it supports parents as their child’s most important teacher with the Kindermusik Online Materials.  There is nothing I love more than when a parent tells me how a Kindermusik song calmed their baby on a long car trip or…

Music2Grow Short Course for Big Kids (4-6 years)

Does your preschooler/early school-aged child love music, singing, dancing and story-telling? Our Music2Grow Short Course is perfect for your ‘big kid’ (4-6 years)! Move & Groove: Sounds Abound is 4 weeks of music and movement fun. We will tap into your child’s natural creativity, finding many ways to create sound – using our voices, bodies and…

Kindermusik for the Young Child – Strengthening Musical Foundations

“Music develops the appetite for learning and creates habits of self-discipline and personal tenacity that carry over into every facet of school. Young musicians are skilled at concentration, alertness, memory and self-control. These attributes are basic for success in higher education but, more importantly, in succeeding in life.” – The Joy of Inspired Teaching, by Time Lautsenheizer,…