(Infants and babies ages birth- 14 months old)

Village is designed to offer multiple levels of age appropriate activities that stimulate babies to observe, imitate, and learn.  Perfect for lap babies, crawlers and emerging walkers accompanied by a parent or caregiver.  Research shows the more you expose your baby to nursery rhymes and songs, the stronger those emerging language learning skills will be.  Through engagement in creative movement, vocal play, object and instrument exploration, and a colorful literature component, baby’s growth and development are stimulated and all senses engaged.

(Toddlers ages 1-3 year olds)

Our Time classes focus on your child's emotional development as her confidence, curiosity, self-control, and communication begin to take shape.  This program offers a wealth of opportunities for the child and parent to play, explore on their own and think out-of-the-box using creative movement, hoops, scarves, balls, bean bags, blankets, flashlights and more.

* Language skills are fostered with singing, sound imitation, rhyming and object identification. 

* Creative dancing to different musical "moods" develops his sense of balance, timing, and spatial awareness while affirming his urge to move. 

* Intentional Listening, anticipation and turn-taking activities encourage social skills to blossom. 

* Games and songs help toddlers learn to control their body, speak their mind, and guide them on that all-important search for independence.

(Pre-school aged children 3 1/2 -5 year olds)

Imagine That! nurtures budding creativitiy and individuality with activities that:

* Integrate music and active movement

*Encourage expressive language  & build musical and verbal vocabulary through story telling and dramatic expression

* Facilitate peer interaction and imaginative play.  

Imagine That! offers carefully planned integration of thematic activities, diversity of music, and purposeful involvement of the parents during Share Time and at home.  In a musical classroom that respects your child's individual learning style, you'll watch as he becomes self-sufficient in a room full of friends.  Parents join the last 10 minutes of class for Family Share Time activities. 

(Children ages 5 1/2 -7 year olds)

Your young child will develop a strong musical foundation and prepare them for formal music training by:

* learning the language, notation, and vocabulary of music and its greatest composers.      

* reading and writing music                                                             

*speaking and singing, encouraging vocal development 

*moving and listening to, creating and playing instruments

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