Music For Preschoolers

The Transformative Power of Music

​Our ​​Kindy music and sensory classes build brain connections and skills every lesson. Today a lion tomorrow superhero!  You never know where the children's imaginations will take this class as they move, sing, dance and play.  Creativity and individuality are explored as we engage in drama, pretend play and instrument exploration.   Classes will engage your child’s natural love of songs, instruments, movement, and imaginative play with age-appropriate activities that introduce early music concepts. Singing becomes a focus for enhancing your preschooler's vocal development and expressive language, both which will help with reading in the coming years.  Pretend play activities are integrated with music, vocal development, storytelling, movement and literature to capture your preschoolers potential to learn and to encourage self esteem, creativity and individuality.

Books, CDs and Musical Instruments To Take Home

At this age children are starting to learn the beginnings of phonetics, rhyming words and words that have double meanings.  Our engaging books that we use in class get to go home for more fun. 

Each Term Your Child Will Receive:

  • 2 x Magazine Style Books
  • 2 x CDs with all the music from class and more
  • 1 x Musical instrument
  • Minimum 9 classes (with unlimited makeups and bonus classes available while enroled)
  • Free parenting seminars and workshops when held by Kids Discover
  • Access to our Online Parent Portal (online booking for bonus classes, personal calendar, email retrieval, invoicing, downloads and more)

Put this with our engaging lessons where your child is taught concepts to get them ready for preschool and you have a winning combination packed full of value!

NOTE:  Siblings can attend this class.  Younger children work with parents while the 3 - 4 year old works with their group of peers.

music classes, home materials and parent information for 3 - 5 year olds

What you will experience in our kindy music and sensory classes:

  • Pretend Play. Pretend play activities are integrated with music, vocal development, storytelling, listening, movement and literacy aspects of each class. When based upon a child’s real life experiences, pretend play helps develop language, sensory, motor and cognitive skills.
  • Musical Variety and Singing. Activities include a mixture of musical genres and styles and provide a setting for your child to explore his many voices and to use a “singing voice.” Singing helps with memory and recall, physical development, creativity and socialisation.
  • Storytelling and Literacy. Each class is built on the development of a story, so you’ll hear preschoolers search for the word to say what they mean and try to keep up with their busy minds, emerging wants, needs, likes, and dislikes.
  • Parent Involvement. Preschoolers are learning to be self-sufficient in a group setting of peers, while many times still needing the emotional security provided by a parent. He’ll experience both in ILaugh and Learn.  Caregivers participate in some of the activities together but sit to the sidelines for some, building confidence in your child.  Plus the At Home Materials ensures the learning continues at home with your child’s best teacher – you!

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