January 2021

Would a virtual Kindermusik class still engage my child? How do they work?

2021-01-11T11:42:41-05:00

With the virtual sessions (over Zoom), our licensed educator guides parents as they engage their children with the activities, since babies and very young children aren't inclined to watch the screen themselves. With the exception of the 3-5 year-olds class, participants are muted during the lesson to minimize background noise, but the educator continues to [...]

Would a virtual Kindermusik class still engage my child? How do they work?2021-01-11T11:42:41-05:00

February 2020

What do you do in the classes and how long are they?

2021-01-11T11:52:51-05:00

Each class is 45 minutes long, and semesters run for 8 to 12 weeks depending on the time of year. The lessons are a series of brief, age-appropriate activities involving music or rhythm that benefit the children in all areas of their development. Specific activity benefits are shared periodically to give caregivers insight into their [...]

What do you do in the classes and how long are they?2021-01-11T11:52:51-05:00

What are the home kits? Can I register without them?

2021-01-11T11:53:35-05:00

The home kits (digital or physical; it’s your choice) include the music and story from each theme and various suggested home activities. The physical kits also contain a rhythm instrument or movement prop. Home kits are required for registration because they’re in important part of the Kindermusik program, giving caregivers the tools to continue the [...]

What are the home kits? Can I register without them?2021-01-11T11:53:35-05:00

What’s the difference between level 2 and level 3?

2021-01-11T11:58:30-05:00

Level 2 lesson activities assume caregivers are participating with the children, whereas level 3 (for children learning independence) only includes caregiver participation at the beginning and end of each lesson. They're encouraged to leave the room after the hello song and will be called back in later. However, if your child wants you to stay, [...]

What’s the difference between level 2 and level 3?2021-01-11T11:58:30-05:00

Should my 1-year-old be in Foundations or level 2?

2021-01-11T11:59:27-05:00

They could be in either. Even though level 2 is geared to toddlers who are a little older, if the Foundations class time doesn’t work for them, or you feel they’ve outgrown it, they can switch to level 2 early. They’ll need a little extra help with some activities, but they’ll still enjoy the class [...]

Should my 1-year-old be in Foundations or level 2?2021-01-11T11:59:27-05:00

How old should babies be to start classes?

2021-01-11T12:00:09-05:00

Each activity of the Foundations curriculum is adaptable and beneficial for newborns, crawlers and early walkers, so as soon as parents are ready, their baby can start. To encourage them to participate, we offer a 50% tuition discount for infants 4 months and under.

How old should babies be to start classes?2021-01-11T12:00:09-05:00