Beginning Your Baby's Musical Journey!
A born sounder & mover, your baby is already equipped with the means and potential to make music.
In this special class for families with infants from birth through seven months of age, the activities are specifically designed to teach you how to support music development in infancy, how to connect with your baby through music and have fun!
You've probably noticed how babies respond when you play a song in the car or sing to soothe them. Developing your baby's natural musicality will open the door to a world of possibility, not only for music learning but for ALL learning. The early months are so important to this process, which is why we designed this special class to help you every step of the way.
What happens in a Music Together class?
Did you know that all children are musical? Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of your own musical ability?
Each week fully trained, registered Music Together teachers lead groups of six to twelve children and their parents or caregivers (nannies, babysitters, grandparents, or relatives) in forty-five minutes of music and movement experience. Each weekly class offers a dozen songs and rhythmic rhymes, including fingerplays, small- and large-movement activities, and instrument play. Each week is a different experience as we explore the wide variety of 25-28 songs/chants from our current collection of music (1 of 9 collections).
Experience Music Together® and find out how important--and how fun--your role can be!
Every child reaps developmental benefits from early exposure to music and movement! Because the early months are so important developmentally, Music Together offers TWO OPTIONS for Babies:
1. A mixed-age class where they can attend on their own or...if the baby is under 10 months at the start of their class, they can attending for FREE with an older sibling or twin.
2. Babies up to 7 months may also take the special "Babies Intro Class" offered as a specially priced introduction to the program (see description below).