Kindermusik with Elly brings the magical power of music to you and your children’s lives. With proven methodology combining music and childhood development research, this fun and dynamic program contributes to your children’s whole development in the first critical years which awakens children’s musical and literacy skills as well as cognitive, physical, emotional, and social skills.
Kindermusik is a world-wide, well-known, international music and movement program for newborn babies to 7 years old children. Our child-centered curricula incorporate ongoing, in-classroom studies with our own, 30-years’ experience in music and child development. Plus, we’ve combined the best music learning methods found in Orff, Kodaly, and Suzuki.
Each week in class you’ll play, listen, and dance to music that will foster every aspect of your child’s growth and development.
That’s because every song, story, and activity has a carefully chosen purpose in this creative curriculum—one that’s designed to stimulate and strengthen the vital neural wiring taking place in your child’s mind.
“Take-home” books, instruments and CDs from class let you take learning with you wherever you go. All while strengthening the emotional bond between you and your child, and preparing your child for future musical learning.
So whether it’s twirling under a sea of scarves, experimenting with age-appropriate instruments, singing about a scampering squirrel, creating a musical ensemble, or snuggling in your lap during storytime, Kindermusik speaks your child’s language and offers her (and you!) the best music and movement class available.
Producing the finest music curricula for young children requires adherence to high standards. Kindermusik philosophy is founded upon rigorous research and our fundamental beliefs:
- A parent or loving caregiver is a child’s first and most important teacher.
- All children are musical.
- The home is the most important learning environment.
- Music nurtures a child’s cognitive, emotional, social, language, and physical development.
- Children flourish in a child-centered environment where activities are developmentally appropriate.
- Educators value the learning process—not the performance—of music-making.
- Every child should experience the joy, fun, and learning that music brings to life.