Come and make some moo-sic with me!
Moosiki Kids classes are interactive "grownup-and-me" style music classes for adults and children ages 2 months to 4 years. Moosiki offers a program that nourishes development through music, including communication through baby sign language, guided play through repetition of original music each week, music appreciation of popular children’s music and child appropriate rock music, and exposure to new sounds and rhythms by introducing a new “instrument of the week” each week in class, including the guitar, banjo, clarinet, trombone, etc. Of course, we need to mix it up by using a parachute, puppets, and other various props, all the while incorporating music in every exercise. Our number one goal is to have fun, and by doing so, learn musically at the same time!
Classes are for mixed ages, however we do suggest age groups to have children of the same age enjoy class together whenever possible!
This musical play group is for the smallest new Moosiki members, ages 2-4 months (however you can stay in the class up until 7 months by paying the precrawlers rate after your child's 4 month birthday). In this 30 minute class we will meet new friends, sing quiet familiar kids favorites and originals, do gentle movement songs, puppets, and bubbles. (Please bring a blanket for floor exercises.)
From their first grasp of a baby maraca to their first crawl around the room, our Moos-ic Babies class for infants and young one-year-olds encourages development through music and meeting new friends! Students in this class are typically seated, crawling, or just taking their first steps!
They have just learned to walk and are ready to bop it like a tot! This class for older ones and young two year olds allows children to explore the room while exploring music at the same time! Students in this class are typically walking, jumping, and starting to talk!
If your Moosiki student loves listening to stories, this is the class for you! In this class we read musical books weekly, tell musical stories using a storyboard, and use instruments to do songs related to the story of the week.