LITTLE BIRDIES SING & PLAY ALONG
A fun music class for little people.
Little Birdies Sing & Play Along is a music and movement class for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers that includes activities designed to benefit child development, promote family bonding, nurture community connections, and encourage a love for music!
Mixed Age Class (infant—4 yrs)
Children attend from birth through age four in our mixed age class. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating the older ones, while the older children learn by leading and modeling for the younger ones. This is a great opportunity for families who have more than one child to attend class together. There are many styles of learning and each child participates at his or her own level through singing, moving, chanting, exploring instruments, listening, and watching.
What Do We Do In Class?
In a fun and informal setting we sing, tap, bounce, and jump; enjoy delightful rhymes, lap games, colorful scarves and actions songs; play percussive instruments, get very silly, giggle and wiggle, and so much more. Together we explore sounds, words, pitch, tempo, melody, tone, meter, rhythm, dynamics, beat, movement and dance, all in a non-performance environment where every child and parent or caregiver is able to experience their style of learning with no expectations – just play!
What Are The Benefits?
- Help your child develop language, coordination, and rhythm
- Learn to express emotions and develop social skills
- Nurture creativity and imagination
- Promote strong family bonds and build community
- Explore music in a fun way through singing, dancing, musical instruments, stories, finger puppets, and creative play.
Who Can Attend?
We require at least one parent or caregiver to attend the class and participate with the child. This is a family-style class and we want you to have fun playing, singing, and bonding with your child through music. If you want to bring both of your children, that’s great! We allow up to 2 children to register per adult caregiver.
What is the cost?