Kindermusik classes provide a warm and welcoming introduction to music, immersing your child in rhythm, song, rhymes, instrument play, movement and steady beat activities to nurture their growth and development. Small-group, weekly classes provide a warm, personal experience where each child’s unique responses and development are acknowledged and your role as your child’s most important teacher is supported and nurtured.
Tag: Music for Prep
New After School Class (5-7 years)
The Kindermusik Young Child program uses a small-group approach to music education providing a pressure-free environment where your child can develop a strong musical foundation alongside creativity, confidence and a life-long love of learning. It is the perfect compliment to your child’s schooling – many families find that attendance at Kindermusik classes aids in the development of skills (inhibitory control, coordination, fine-motor skills, auditory discrimination, ensemble play/team-work etc.) that enhance the school learning experience.
New Group Musicianship Class for your Young Child
Does your older preschooler/early school-aged child love music, singing and dancing? Do you want to build their self-confidence? Our Kindermusik Young Child program taps into your child’s natural love of music and story-telling and helps them develop the physical, cognitive, language, social & emotional skills to become a confident and resilient life-long learner. Plus it is good…
Move & Groove: Kindermusik for big kids (4-6 years)
Does your older preschooler love music, singing, dancing and story-telling? Commencing at Cooroy Library in Term 4, Move & Groove is the prefect class for your 4 and 5 year-old! Strengthening Musical Foundations: Move & Groove taps into your child’s natural creativity and love of music and encourages your child to explore his singing voice,…
New Group Musicianship Classes for Prep – Year 1
Kindermusik for the Young Child: Building a Musical Foundation Using a small-group approach to music education, Young Child provides a pressure-free developmentally appropriate transition where children can musically succeed before taking on specific instrumental or vocal instruction. Children develop a strong musical foundation by learning the concepts, language, notation, and vocabulary of music and its greatest…
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