Kindermusik toddler classes are designed for children from approximately 18 months (confident walkers) to approximately 3 years.
These lively, fun, interactive music and movement sessions celebrate the unique joys of your growing toddler! Each week we enjoy singing, dancing and playing instruments together, and making new friends.
“Exploring Time” encourages your child’s discovery of wonderful instruments and sensory props, finding out about colours, textures, and sounds. You’ll see them develop confidence and independence, using gross and fine motor skills, social skills, language and listening skills.
Engaging in activities in this happy, creative environment really helps their learning potential.
“WIGGLE & GROW” CLASSES
UNITS FOR THE SPRING TERM 2020
Unit 1 – “Marvelous Me”
With a theme all about our bodies, it’s time to find out all about what amazing things we can do! We will find out how we grow from small to big, and how to start and stop with the music. Join in with the song Head, shoulders, Knees and Toes, and dance a circle dance to Here We Go Louby Loo! Find out more about how baby animals grow bigger too.
Unit 2 – “Pet Parade”
It’s time for some pet-themed fun as we share how our experiences with animals bring joy to our lives! Gallop like horses, and scamper like mice, as we develop our gross motor skills and build our imaginations. Favourite songs in this unit include Bingo and Where Has My Little Dog Gone.
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, a musical instrument, and 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
Above is a little taster of the music you would enjoy in a Kindermusik class.
“Kindermusik is a warm, safe environment for your children to learn and explore music. My daughter adores the sessions and has learnt so many new songs, which she loves singing both in class and at home – it has really helped her language development.”