Kindermusik has created Kindermusik Online to extend the magic and learning of a Kindermusik class into your own home throughout the week. When you register for a class, you automatically have access to these wonderful resources.
Kindermusik Online delivers your favourite Kindermusik songs and activities in digital format – music, lyrics and stories, as well as simple games, crafts, and parent tips.
Kindermusik Online contains materials and activities which are directly linked to our class content and make it fun for parents to connect class-time to home-time and to enrich both experiences.
Everything a parent needs to read the class story, play a game, do a finger-rhyme, learn a dance, teach new words or sounds, plan an activity, do a craft, follow a recipe, take a “field trip” (real or imagined), or play pretend is readily available.
KINDERMUSIK ONLINE INCLUDES:
Music downloads All of the songs, rhymes and stories from class are easy to download to your computer, tablet or mobile.
Every unit’s story is included in e-book format, with pages you can turn yourself, with or without audio. The story can also be downloaded and printed.
Activity buttons take you to a variety of different activity types, including dance and movement instructions, finger-rhyme demonstrations, kitchen activities, listening games, vocal play activities, video field trips, find-it/count-it style activities, ideas for
pretend play, and lots more.
The Why It’s Good for Your Child, area offers information about why any specific activity is useful, important, or developmentally significant.
In addition to the music downloads and e-book, the Download Centre also includes Printable Activity Pages and Printable Lyrics Pages for all of the songs in each unit.
If you are already enrolled but still need to register for Kindermusik Online then please visit my.kindermusik.com and register using the same email address you gave when you enrolled. If you have any questions, please contact Ali.
“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.”