Kindermusik isn’t just for kids – it’s for parents too!
You’ll love the support and friendship you find amongst the other adults in the class. The class activities are just as much fun for you as they are for your child – and no one cares how well you sing or dance. It’s all about the kids! Plus you’ll take home what you learn so that along with your Home Materials, you’ll have the tools and resources at your fingertips to extend the fun, music, and learning at home.
Kindermusik classes will become the highlight of your week.
Kindermusik isn’t just one more thing for your busy schedule, it’s the one thing that allows you time to slow down and savor those precious, fleeting years from newborn to age 7 years. Kindermusik classes give you uninterrupted quality time with your child and unique insights into your child’s development. And there’s nothing more rewarding than knowing that you (and Kindermusik!) just put that big smile on your child’s face and a happy song in his/her heart.
Kindermusik helps you influence your child’s early learning.
With Kindermusik, your young child has his/her first learning experiences in a group where the gentle, nurturing structure of the class is shaped not only by your caring, licensed educator, but more importantly, by your support and involvement in class. It’s in the early years that brain activity is at its peak, and where the window of learning is open widest. With carefully developed curricula enhanced by your Home Materials, Kindermusik helps you give your child an early learning advantage. After all, you are your child’s first and best teacher!
A Kindermusik enrollment pays huge dividends.
It’s impossible to put a price tag on the long-term benefits of investing in Kindermusik for your child. Kindermusik is truly the good beginning that never ends, nurturing your child’s total development, creating memories of the happiest moments, and fostering a lifelong love of music. The bonding and together time contributes to healthy social-emotional development. And the research continues to confirm a strong connection between music and academic achievement. Even more studies are finding that the beneficial effects of early childhood music experiences extend even into the elderly years.
Blog post written by Minds On Music.