THANK YOU ROCKET CITY MOM!

We had a BLAST bringing Music Together® to the Learning Expo this morning. The family participation was amazing! I can't wait to share the pictures Jennifer Breuer from Rocket City Mom captured during our presentation. So many new faces! I invite all our participants and viewers to join us this spring for the TRIANGLE collection. Registration opens to the public February 15. Thanks again RCM for hosting such a fantastic event!

 

COMING SOON!

Spring 2015 TRIANGLE Collection                       March 17 - May 30                                         Closed Registration: (returning families): Now - February 14       Open Registration: February 15 - April 4                       Duration: 10 weekly, 45-minute classes 

 

Check out our new classes and times.  Additional classes may be added as current classes continue to fill.  Contact us for more details.  REGISTER NOW!


 

Click here to watch the 6-minute educational video "Using Your Singalong Storybooks Musically."  Based on songs from the Music Together song collections, Music Together Singalong Storybooks inspire singing, pre-literacy learning, and imaginative play between children and their favorite adults.  Available in both hardback and board-book formats, the books include fun activity suggestions designed to stimulate learning and music-making at home and in the classroom.


Did you know that all children are musical?

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of your own musical ability?

Experience Music Together and find out how important--and how fun--your role can be!

Our Music Together classes build on your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.

Do Babies Benefit?

Yes! Infants’ participation will seem passive at first, but they are actively absorbing what they are seeing, hearing, and feeling. By reading the parent guide to children’s music development and through parent education in the class, caregivers will learn to recognize their infant’s musical responses and observe them reaching musical milestones. As their bodies and nervous systems mature, the infants often show progressively more complex musical responses and evidence of song recognition. Parents will learn in class how to enhance their child’s music development and how to create or enhance the musical bond with their child.




Visit Music Together's national website at www.musictogether.com


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 Preview a class online at www.musictogether.com.  Please contact Amie Furber if you would like to experience a class.