Why are the home materials required?

By |2021-01-15T15:07:51+02:00Dec 5th, 2017|Categories: , |

At the core of the Kindermusik philosophy is the idea that the home is the most important learning environment and the parent is the child's best teacher. The home materials give parents the tools to extend the learning into the home. Using the home materials is the most effective way to get the full Kindermusik experience [...]

What if my child doesn’t participate in class?

By |2021-01-15T15:08:02+02:00Dec 5th, 2017|Categories: |

Children learn in different ways. Simply because a child appears shy in class, that doesn't mean he or she is not learning. Parents often report that their child, who is quiet in class, gets home and sings the songs and does the activities! Just remember that the home is the most important learning environment and you [...]

Can my babysitter/au pair bring my child?

By |2021-01-15T15:06:50+02:00Dec 5th, 2017|Categories: |

Parents today are busier than ever. If neither parent is available to attend classes with the child, it is acceptable that a babysitter/au pair attend class with the child. To the extent possible, it is preferred that the same individual attend class each week in order to ensure the child gets comfortable with a routine and [...]

Do I have to attend the classes with my child?

By |2021-01-15T15:06:41+02:00Dec 5th, 2017|Categories: , |

Most classes require that a parent or caregiver accompany the child. Our classes are specifically designed to spark interaction between the parent and child. You are your child's first and best teacher, and Kindermusik tries to strengthen that bond. In our classes for older ages, the children spend most of the class with just the teacher, [...]

Will my child learn an instrument like piano, guitar, or violin at Kindermusik?

By |2021-01-15T15:07:09+02:00Dec 5th, 2017|Categories: , |

We firmly believe, and research supports, that a solid foundation of basic musical training is the best path for children. This is why we start with concepts like steady beat and fine and gross motor skills. Our Young Child program, for ages five to seven, introduces stringed instruments (the dulcimer), keyboard presentation instruments (the glockenspiel) and [...]

How is Kindermusik different from other music programs for children?

By |2021-01-15T15:07:21+02:00Dec 5th, 2017|Categories: |

So many reasons! Kindermusik is the original music and movement program. We have been doing this for over thirty years. While some music programs put children of all ages of together in one room, the majority of our classes are geared to specific ages. This means your child experiences class with “peers” and the activities match [...]

What happens in a Kindermusik class?

By |2021-01-15T15:08:14+02:00Dec 5th, 2017|Categories: |

Class activities vary depending on your child's age. Most classes involve a mix of singing, instrument play, dancing and movement, story-time, and other activities. Activities are designed to develop and strengthen your child's physical and neural functions, social-emotional skills, early literacy and early math, and much more.

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