Singing fosters the development of your child’s first and most important instrument – the voice—through vocal exploration, songs, and chants.
Moving develops body awareness and coordination through synchronized movement, creative movement, drama, and dance.
Playing introduces a variety of musical timbres with percussion instruments such as the glockenspiel, tambourine, cymbal, and wood block, triangle, and drum.
Creating stimulates your child’s imagination with new sounds and joyful expressions.
Listening cultivates your child’s attentiveness to sound discrimination with exposure to music from a wide variety of styles and cultures.