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25 Reasons to Choose
1. Kindermusik stimulates every area of your child's brain in each class.

2. It develops language skills.

3. It is a wonderful bonding time for you and your child.

4. It develops gross-motor skills (e.g. jumping and hopping).

5. It develops fine-motor skills (e.g. finger plays and holding mallets.)

6. It develops early literacy skills.

7. Children who receive musical training score higher in math and science tests.

8. It cultivates a life-time love for music.

9. It develops math and reasoning skills.

10. It develops social skills like sharing and taking turns.

11. It combines the best musical learning methods developed by Orff, Kodaly and Suzuki.

12. Class activities were created by experts in all areas of early childhood development.

13. Kindermusik classes provide exercise for you and your child.

14. Classes emphasizes the process of learning, without the pressures or expectation of performance.

15. It encourages creativity, imagination and self-expression.

16. It develops a strong ear for music.

17. Kindermusik provides you with wonderful materials to continue the learning at home.

18. It prepares your child for school.

19. It exposes your child to a variety of instruments, musical styles and music from around the world.

20. Kindermusik educators believe that a parent is a child's first and most important teacher. Parents are involved in each class and are encouraged to continue the learning at home.

21. Kindermusik classes prepare your child for more formal music or dance lessons.

22. Kindermusik classes provide a pressure-free environment that encourages each child to learn in their own way and at their own pace.

23. Classes help each child to develop self-control.

24. Learning is promoted by engaging as many of the child's senses as possible.

25. Kindermusik is fun!
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Please See the Special Announcement on the Home Page about Fall 2013
Call 789-7369, e-mail for more information
1st 8 week session begins Jan. 8 - 10
2nd 8 week session begins March 12 - 14
Newborn - 18 months
Wed. 10:20 - 11:05am -- 1st 8 weeks full (space in 2nd 8 weeks)
Thurs. 1:00 - 1:45pm - 1st 8 weeks full (space in 2nd 8 weeks)
Village Class Times
18 months - 3 years
15 week session begins Jan. 8 - 10th
Our Time Class Times
Tues. 9:25 - 10:00 am
5:40 - 6:15 pm - full
Wed. 9:25 - 10:00 am - full
Wed. 6:50 - 7:25 pm - full
Thurs. 10:30 - 11:05 am - full
Thurs. 5:40 - 6:15 pm - full
3 - 5 years
15 week session begins Jan. 8 - 10th
Tues. 10:20 -11:05am - full
Tues. 2:15 - 3:00 pm - full
Wed. 11:25 - 12:10 pm
Wed. 5:45 - 6:30 pm -
Thurs. 9:25 - 10:10 am

Imagine That Class Times
5 - 6 years
15 week session begins Jan. 8 - 10th
Tues. 6:30 - 7:35 pm - full
Thurs. 4:15 - 5:20 pm - full
Young Child Semester 2 Class Times*
6 - 7 years
Young Child Semester 4 Class Times
Thurs. 6:30 - 7:35pm - students must have completed semester 3
Customer Testimonials
Glenda is an exceptional Kindermusik teacher. Both of my two sons (3.5 yrs. old and 2 yrs. old) have attended her classes for about one year. They were fascinated by Glenda's beautiful voice since their very first class. Her dedication, patience and love absolutely guided my sons into the pleasant journey of music. Before my children started the program, neither of them understood English. Practicing English songs in the class absolutely helped them with English. In Glenda's class, kids will learn the songs that involve colors, shapes, numbers (counting and counting down), as well as patterns. Gross motor skills for kids are also developed by the musical games that involve marching, jogging, skipping and hopping. Kindermusik is such a great program for the kids to explore! We will continue our classes and I believe my sons will love music for life. I would recommend Glenda's class to any young child.
Hickory, Dickory, Tickle, and Bounce -- Research shows the more you expose your baby to nursery rhymes and songs, the stronger those emerging language-learning skills will be. That's why these Mother Goose-like stories and rhymes are the main theme of this class. Plus, you'll develop research-proven communication strategies with your child through listening activities, speaking "parentese," and sign language.

The Rhythm of My Day -- This class will help you bring more rhythm and routine to your baby's day, as well as help develop lasting learning skills. We'll show you how and tell you why music can help your little one soothe into the day’s schedule and help build a strong body and mind network for learning. You can bring home those same stress-free play and relaxation techniques from class, and incorporate them into your daily routines.
Fiddle-dee-dee -- We'll meet many animal characters in our books, activities, and songs—each specifically chosen for a toddler's emerging interests and physical skills. With silly, bumpy lap bounces we'll help toddlers develop rhythm while further developing their ever-emerging language skills. With a special stringed instrument emphasis in the music from class, parents can bring home the violin, cello, and orchestra sounds to help their toddlers stay happy and engaged learners at home, too.
Cities! Busy Places ~ Friendly Faces -- In this unit, sidewalks, elevators, skyscrapers, and world-traveling photographers are the theme. Learning through the pretend play that preschoolers adore, we'll be rhythmically busy playing storytelling games and handcrafting city "buildings" from wax paper at home so we can make a cityscape in class! Plus every activity has some at-home adaptations so the parent can take part in the learning. With a pair of resonator bars as a featured instrument, and a multicultural, jazzy collection of music, preschoolers will develop the social and intellectual skills they'll need in school.
Semester Two -- Playing simple musical patterns and songs on the featured instrument from the first session—the glockenspiel—is a central focus this semester. While learning to sing a melody, and then play the pattern on the glockenspiel, we'll delve deeper into the understanding of musical concepts such as piano and forte through orchestra-style music such as the William Tell Overture and Peter and the Wolf. Music appreciation and understanding continues with a complete introduction to the instruments—and the families in which they're grouped—of the orchestra.
Semester Four -- In this final semester, we'll introduce the recorder instrument. As your child is introduced to basic methods of playing simple melodic patterns and songs on this wind instrument, we'll also incorporate the instruments, concepts, and songs from previous semesters. With a special emphasis on multicultural music, your child will learn to improvise and write music, as well as experience the musical styles of the Pacific Islands, Europe, and Africa; plus play special dances and children's games from around the world, including Alpine dances, Mexico, and Ecuador.
15 week session begins Jan. 8 - 10th
Kindermusik Corner Regina
*New students may begin at this level as review is built into the program
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