Kindermusik preschool classes are specially designed for active, energetic, enthusiastic and imaginative 3 and 4 year olds.
Each class combines your child’s natural love of music, stories, and imagination, with activities that introduce early musical concepts, and also build independence, social skills, and physical control.
In each unit we follow a Story Theme, and our pretend play activities are integrated with music, songs, movement, and listening games to capture your child’s immense potential to learn and to encourage their creativity.
The children love taking part on their own for the first part of the class, and parents and siblings join in for the final “Family Time” activity.
Level 3 – “Laugh and Learn” Classes
UNITS FOR THE AUTUMN TERM 2019
NEW UNITS FOR SPRING TERM 2020 COMING SOON!!
Unit 1 – “Around the Farm”
In this unit, it’s time to visit the farm! We’ll waddle like ducks, trot like horses, go on a hayride, and swish scarves like the wind blowing in the corn. As we play, sing, and dance, we’ll strengthen our fine and gross motor skills, develop inhibitory control, explore lots of percussion instruments, and so much more. Meet some wonderful puppet friends and get ready to discover all the sight and sounds on the Farm.
Unit 2 – “Home Sweet Home”
This theme is all about our home. We’ll turn tasks such as cooking, cleaning, painting, and hammering into fun, pretend-play activities with music that make us move more creatively and use our imaginations. Explore lots of lovely instruments, listen to stories, and play musical games.
Full Term:- £90.00 (11 weeks) discount price
1st Half Term:- £51.00 (6 weeks), 2nd Half Term:- £42.50 (5 weeks)
Home Materials include Class CD and musical instrument, plus access to Kindermusik Online@Home Resources.
SPRING TERM DATES 2020
Term begins on Monday 6th January
Half term is one weeks from Monday 17th February
Term ends on Friday 27th March
“I can’t recommend Ali’s Kindermusik classes highly enough. My two year old son has Down’s Syndrome and she goes out of her way to ensure he is fully included and that he can join in with all the songs and activities.”