More than lullabies and swaying. Kindermusik in-person or virtual Foundations classes include those things, but Educators also teach families how sound exploration, listening activities, and dances help babies communicate, stimulate eye-tracking skills, and learn to move and coordinate new muscles.
Sing it again...babies will experience a variety of songs and rhymes in different ways. Bonus: a parent’s singing voice is their favorite!
Your turn! Babies will participate in back-and-forth vocal plays and other parent-child interactions, helping them with early language development.
From scarves to shakers, little ones will use all of their senses to explore a variety of safe, engaging props and instruments.
The best part...parents and caregivers learn bonding techniques through intentional touch, baby massage, and relaxation activities.
Different movement activities help babies strengthen their core muscles, which increases their sense of balance and control over movements.
Group activities allow babies to experience familiar and unfamiliar social experiences in a safe and secure way.
Listening to music and doing vocal play exercises helps develop a baby’s back-and-forth communication skills.
Introducing spoken sounds and rhythms through songs and rhymes helps support language and literacy development.
Associating music with tricky transitions like nap time helps establish calm and encourages self-soothing.