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Family Music for Babies

Classes for early childhood Music connect your child's love for musical play with age appropriate learning for musical development. Come engage your baby newborn to eighteen months in interactive musical play! Toddlers 18 months-2 years old are invited to participate in these classes.

Learn more about Family Music for Babies here!

Introduction

Family Music for Babies Introduction

Learn how to take your baby successfully through this class series. Learn about the materials you'll need and also gain wonderful insight into how you can make music a part of your every day life with your baby!

Family Music for Babies

Family Music for Babies
1: British Isles

Take a trip to the British Isles with the songs you know and love! English nursery rhymes engage your child with rhythm, melody and movement. Your baby, newborn to eighteen months, will enjoy the delightful music and special bonding time with you, all to a steady and rocking beat. Toddlers will also enjoy these classes on their own with you or alongside a baby brother or sister.

Family Music for Babies
2: Ponies and Horses

Join in the galloping-trotting-bouncing, musical fun in this class for babies ages newborn to eighteen months. Toddlers ages one and two will also enjoy the interactive musical play! As you model the movements and engage your child, your child will receive the lasting gift of musical development.

Family Music for Babies
3: Bon Voyage

Sail the open seas and feel the breezy wind in this captivating class for you and your baby! Teach your baby or toddler about the sound of seagulls, a rocking boat on the water, and the joy of musical play!

Family Music for Babies
4: Smiles and Slumbers

Bounce and smile, laugh and play as we sing interactive songs for your baby and toddler's musical development. Enjoy connecting with your little one as you model the movements and sing for your child. Toddlers will enjoy this class along with you or alongside a baby brother or sister.

Family Music for Babies
5: Rock and Play

Musically engage your baby with a steady beat as you follow along and join in the rocking, musical play in this carefully crafted class for babies. Toddlers will love moving to the joyful songs and keeping a steady beat with you too!

Family Music for Babies
6: Sing and Play

Join in the fun with delightful songs for musical play for you and your baby! Repeat the rhythmic and tonal patterns with enthusiasm to model the basic building blocks of music for your baby. Toddlers are also invited to join in the fun!

Family Music for Babies
Bonus: Lullabies with Tessa

Enjoy learning these sweet lullabies to sing with me and also on your own with your precious little one. As always, you may sing with me on any neutral syllable such as "loo-loo" or "ba-ba." Neutral syllables provide another wonderful way to soothe your baby or toddler.

Family Music for Babies
Bonus: Hush Little Baby

Your Baby LOVES to hear your voice! Hum along with me or sing with me if you know the words! This easy to follow song includes a demonstration of stroking as full body stimulation while your baby is wide awake. Notice how my baby's feet begin to move and her whole body begins to engage as the song progresses. If you are rocking your baby to sleep, gentle stroking also provides calm and soothing reassurance for your little one. Build your baby's musical foundation by singing the major tonal pattern echoes at the end of the video!

Family Music for Babies
Bonus: Duple Patterns

The duple patterns in this video are for you to echo for your little one. There are many patterns here so don't feel you need to tackle this whole video in one sitting at first. Echo the patterns while you have your little one in your lap as you tap the steady beat on your child's legs. (Note: By exposing your child to pattern echoes, you are developing your child's aural foundation. Listening is all that is required of your little one here).

Family Music for Babies
Bonus: Triple Patterns

There are many patterns in this bonus video! No need to tackle them all at once. This bonus is designed for you to model more echoes for your little one. You can enjoy letting the video play for your little one to hear while you echo my patterns. Echo the patterns while you have your little one in your lap as you tap the steady beat on your child's legs. (Note: By exposing your child to pattern echoes, you are developing your child's aural foundation. Listening is all that is required of your little one here).

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