Gulf Breeze School of Music is excited to offer Kindermusik, the most trusted music and movement curriculum for babies and toddlers. This internationally-used curriculum features activities that enhance childrens' language and comprehension, social and emotional bonding, and fine and gross motor skills. When young children are consistently engaged by music in an age-appropriate and safe environment, they gain skills that will help them with reading, math, and science. Social skills are also developed in the group environment.
It's a perfect activity for an adult to interact with their child in a fun and stimulating setting. All classes include quality Kindermusik home materials. These help reinforce songs and activities learned in class, and are delivered to parents in a digital format via email.
Classes are 45 minutes.
Whether your baby is five weeks or five months, this class will be perfect for you! With age-appropriate activities for newborns, infants and crawlers, this parent-child music and movement class will help you strengthen those early parent-child bonds, understand your baby’s development, and heavily focus on child development and communication with your baby. In each class, you can expect social activities such as hello songs, circle dances, scarf songs, and goodbye songs. We also do engaging activities to help promote and develop gross motor skills such as movement activities, instrument exploration, and lap bounces. Activities such as books, sign language and vocal play also help our babies develop in their language development.
Get ready to sing, play, and move with your little one in this high-energy music class designed to be just right for children under three years of age. This Kindermusik curriculum focuses on your child's beginning movement, helping to build the muscles your toddler's needs to walk, and vocal development, helping to nurture your child’s speaking and singing voice. With a mix of both parent-child joint activities and child-focused activities, you’ll be able to join right in on all the singing and dancing while also getting the chance to observe how your older baby or toddler learns on her own. In each class you can expect social activities such as hello songs, circle dances, partner dances, turn-taking activities, and goodbye songs. Activities such as movement songs, finger plays, lap bounces, scarf play, instrument play, and dances help promote gross-motor and fine-motor skills. We continue to promote language development in this class through silly songs, books, sign language and listening activities.