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Which Class is Right for Your Child?

0-18 months: Family Music For Babies
18 months - 2 Years: Family Music for Babies
 3 - 5 Years: Family Music for Preschoolers
All classes are rich with musical play and are designed to enlighten your child's understanding of fundamental rhythm and tonal patterns!  Class activities may be adapted to meet your child's unique personality, mood and eagerness for movement or stillness.  

How to Use Bonus Videos

Each class subscription comes with bonus videos. Bonus videos allow you to expand upon the material presented in the classes. For the babies bonus videos, extra lullabies will expand your repertoire of soothing sleepy time songs. Extra pattern videos expose your baby to more foundational elements of music. For the preschool bonus videos, extra song videos including rhythm and tonal patterns help make your child's musical foundation as strong as it can be. Your enthusiasm for pattern echoes is your child's ticket to success!  

Class Materials

Recommended Materials Optional Materials
Rhythm Sticks - 2 sets Drum (opt.)
Rattle/Shaker - 2 Glockenspiel (opt.)
Scarf - 2 Resonator bars (opt.)
Family Music CD - babies (essential)*
Family Music CD - preschool(essential)*
Parent Book (essential)*

Materials enhance your child's musical experience in class! We recommend that both parent and child have a pair of rhythm sticks, a shaker/rattle, and a scarf. For a drum, you may use a pot or pan from the kitchen! The Glockenspiel will add to your child's desire for musical exploration, but is entirely optional. The Resonator bars with their beautiful acoustic singing tone are a nice addition if you'd like, but are not necessary for giving your child the complete class experience. By purchasing a class bundle for your child's level, you will have all the recommended materials to start making music in class. Once you have your instruments, you will not need to buy them again for future class levels.  

Home Environment

Home is an amazing place for learning! Enjoy the freedom you have to use your space as you'd like. Be sure to clear the floor to make movement safe and fun for you and your child. Designating one area in your home as music class space will help you establish a routine and help you keep the instruments in one handy place for class time.  It is not entirely necessary for your child to see the screen while listening to and participating in class as you model class activities for your child. You are free to determine the best learning context for your child.      
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