In our classes, INFANTS gradually develop their gross motor skills. They reach out and grasp for their little instruments. They can hold and tap a mallet or shake maracas and tambourines. While the children are having fun playing along with the music, they rapidly improve their important hand-eye coordination.
In our ONESY classes, children develop friendships with their classmates while playing and dancing together.
ONES enjoy producing sounds in as many ways as possible. They love shaking maracas, tapping wave drums, blowing into their recorders, strumming guitars, singing, babbling, and talking in response to the music. They begin to recognize their favorite songs and dance to the rhythm.
Music helps them understand concepts such as high and low, loud and soft, slow and fast, and stop and go.
In our TWOS classes, children improve their fine motor skills through plucking guitar strings, snapping castanets, and playing the violin and keyboard.
At this age, children can produce sounds on various instruments. They enjoy tambourines, tapping bongo drums, strumming guitars, and bowing violins. They also love playing recorders, harmonicas, and kazoos.
TWOS begin to sing along with their favorite songs and dance in response to the music.
Math skills are acquired by playing to particular rhythms and counting to the beat of the music.
One of the most essential benefits of our class at this age is the experience of interacting in a supportive classroom environment with their peers. They are encouraged to work together by sharing, taking turns, cleaning up together, and learning to resolve differences.
In our THREES classes, we furtherly develop their fine motor skills through plucking guitar strings, moving fingers over holes on a recorder to manipulate the sound, bowing the violin, and playing the keyboard.
By teaching the children to play particular rhythm patterns and count along with the music, math skills are acquired in an enjoyable, creative manner.
THREES now have a complete understanding of high and low (physically and musically), loud and soft (“forte” and “piano”), slow and fast, stop and go (or “play” and “rest” musically) and enjoy practicing their skills together in class. They also remember the words to their favorite songs and love to sing along with their teacher.