Music Together® Babies
birth to 9 months old at start of session
Your little one was born ready to learn! In this special class an expert teacher will guide and teach you how to support your child's music, physical, socio-emotional, language, and early brain development. You’ll strengthen your relationship with your baby by communicating in new ways - through music and movement! And with a community of other parents who are just as sleep-deprived as you, you’ll leave each class refreshed and inspired to sing your way through the day.
Spring 2022 Babies Class
Location: Clinton Township,
outside in a member's private yard
Time: Thursdays at 12 noon
Dates: May 19, 26th, June 2, 9, 16, 23
Tuition: $150 ; Venmo @jenny-goings
What is happening in babies' brains during music? Find out here!
Music + Your Baby: Talking or Singing?
Posted March 31, 2021 by Music Together Worldwide
Parents are sometimes surprised to hear that they can start Music Together® classes with their babies as soon after birth as they’d like. That’s because all children are born music-makers. Yes, your baby’s cries, coos, and squeals are also their first attempts at singing! How do babies go from “aahh!” to “do, re, mi”? Like all early learning, it starts with parent and caregiver support.
Think about how children learn language. Babies are not born with the ability to speak their language; rather, they are born with the potential to learn to speak their language. It’s only through prolonged exposure to language and practice making sounds (babbling) that children acquire language competency. The same is true for music-learning. We’re all born with the potential to learn music—and with lots of exposure to music and chances to practice musical sounds, we can each learn to sing in tune and move with accurate rhythm...