Age Range:  18 months to 3.5 years
Class Structure: Once a week for 9 weeks
Class Length: 45 minute class each week
Tuition: $200 for 9 weeks (includes home materials)

Adventures is an award winning music and movement program for children 18 months to 4 years old. This curriculum helps develop pre-literacy and language skills through songs, movement and story time using music as a medium, children will develop fine and gross motor skills, improve hand eye coordination, learn musical concepts, focused listening skills, while having lots of fun.

What you and your child will experience in class

  • Variety of Music -Musical diversity promotes creativity and acceptance, and builds strong neural networks in a baby’s forming mind. In class you will listen, sing and move to songs, rhymes and sounds from all around the world.

  • Instrument Play – Exploration promotes intrigue and independence. In Village classes, children play with age appropriate, child-safe instruments that deepen their natural sense of rhythm. This helps develop a keen awareness of the distinguishing qualities of sounds, and encourages spontaneity and creativity.

  • Dance – A classroom full of babies and parents (or care givers) dancing together with their child, helps a little body develop the muscle strength needed to crawl and walk and helps a little heart to fall in love with the sheer joy of responding to music.

  • Together Time – A Kindermusik class is truly the essence of “quality time,” offering the parent a place to create special memories with their child, gain new insights into their child’s development and nurture their child’s natural love of music.

  • Story Time and Early Literacy – Listening to stories enhances language and speech development, fosters awareness of sounds, stimulates fantasy and imagination, and encourages a child’s natural love of stories.


Zoo Train!

Toddlers and trains make a natural match—always on the move. Tag along this summer with a traveling zoo train. Bring your own stuffed animals for the petting zoo. Wear long white socks on your hands for polar bear paws and learn about real animals in the zoo. Sing songs for clapping time, and use music to help toddlers regulate emotions.

Home Materials: Zoo Train book, Home CD, animal shaker instrument, and poster.