When you enrol in a Kindermusik class at Music2Grow you are engaging in music-making with a purpose. From our Foundations class for babies, right through to our group musicianship classes for the Young Child, we use the power and joy of music-making to help your child grow during the years most critical to their brain development.
Each age-appropriate unit (for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and big kids, 0-7 years) is packed with music, stories and activities to stimulate language, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development and inspire a lifetime love of music and learning!
“Our educator Verna is terrific – she has a real way with children. I think Kindermusik is the activity my son most enjoys in his week. The way our class is set up I think is great for all kinds of kids – active boys like mine, and also quieter more reserved kids. I’ve recommended it a lot!” – C. Evans
Kindermusik Cuddle & Bounce is a rich community experience of sharing and learning for you and your baby (newborn – 13 months) with emphasis placed on sensory exploration, beat, rhythm, movement, listening and bonding.
Join us for a Music2Grow Playdate class at Cooroy Library and help us raise money to support the Sunshine Coast Basket Brigade. This is a one-off class where each child is welcomed and valued and family together-time is celebrated. Enjoy singing, dancing, instrument play and together time – a great way to experience a Kindermusik class…
Did you know? Babies who participate in interactive music classes with their parents smile more, communicate better, are easier to soothe, and show earlier and more sophisticated brain responses to music. Our Kindermusik Cuddle & Bounce Short Course will be held at Cooroy Library and is for babies (0-12 months) and someone who loves them….
What if there were a place for you and your baby? Where life’s merry-go-round slowed down for a while to let you and your child share in the magical moments that happen through music, movement, touch and sound? A place to learn and connect with other parents and children and to rediscover the meaning of…