Online music classes for your preschooler engage your child's growing desire for musical play with age appropriate learning for heightened musical development. Join early childhood music instructor, Kathryn Brunner, and come alongside your child to explore an interactive world of musical play! Students ages 3-5 will love the range of energy to restful rocking in these classes.
Family Music for Preschoolers includes over 70 structured activities for musical play in six classes designed to be repeated 4-8 times. Activities include poetry, movement exploration, an introduction to major and minor tonalities, tonal and rhythm pattern echoes, an introduction to duple and triple meter, and imaginative, musical storytelling.
Find out how to take your child through these carefully developed classes to maximize your child's musical growth and participation. You will deepen the bond you have with your child as you spend time together with these delightful songs, rhythms, rhymes and dances.
Family Music for Preschoolers
What do you like to do on a summer day? Join us for a sunny day walk to the pond to catch a fish, see some turtles, jump with the frogs and discover how much fun it can be to explore nature together!
Get your imagination rolling as we take a walk in the woods in this charming music and movement class for you and your preschooler. Pet a bunny, wave to the woodsmen, and make sure you stay dry when you get to the creek!
A joyful visit to the meadow is a favorite activity for little ones! Enjoy this interactive and imaginative class with your preschooler as we take a trip to meadow where we meet rabbits, goats, lambs and other jumpy, hoppy animals!
Explore the buzzy, woodsy sounds of bugs and bees. Move like your favorite insect and fly like a bee in this music and movement class for you and your preschooler!
Join in the parade of wind, rain, thunder and more as we explore the inspiring sounds and scenes of the sky and weather.
Come jump into the sunny fun as we sing and move to songs about chirpy birds, swaying trees, fluttering butterflies and more!
Sitting around a campfire near the pond, what better song to sing than Kumbaya! More rhythm and tonal patterns build your child's musical foundation.
A silly playful song to sing on your walk in the woods! Enjoy the the swinging beat and be sure to let me hear your enthusiastic echoes!
A playful song to get your whole body moving! You can also try this one standing up. Don't forget that the rhythm and tonal patterns are the most important part, so have fun with them too!
What would a pony do if a bug or a bee buzzed by it's ear? It might gallop away! Enjoy this galloping triple beat!
What else might you see in the sky at night around the moon? Stars shining! Wiggle your fingers and get ready to count! Use your best singing voice to sing as if you are a sparkly star in the sky.
Every baby bird needs a lullaby rocking song. Imagine singing this song to a baby bird in it's nest. Rock and sway to the beat. Sing the minor patterns softly so you don't wake the baby bird.
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 at first. Over time, your preschooler will start to feel more comfortable with the rhythm language.).
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. Over time, your preschooler will start to feel more comfortable with the rhythm language).
Learning new words is super fun! Learning new words with movement is even MORE fun! This bonus video is for preschool, pre-K and up! Enjoy learning about musical words with all the letters of the alphabet. How many words can you add?