7 music classes for toddlers
Toddlers love music and have lots to gain from it. Its fun, and encourages movement which is important for young kiddies who are honing their motor skills.
7 music classes for toddlers
Play some music and watch your toddler dance! Yes, toddlers love music and have lots to gain from it. It is fun and encourages movement, which is important for young kiddies who are honing their motor skills.
A study by E. Glenn Schellenberg, at the University of Toronto, shows that there is a "positive association between music lessons and higher school grades and higher scores on achievement testing in mathematics, spelling and reading."Music is also a great way to bond with your child. So, when you do the chicken dance, or tap your feet, your toddler will jump with joy! Here are some lively parent accompanied classes in Singapore, to get you started.
Our Music Studio
This cute little studio located at Tanglin Mall, Singapore does some cool music classes for tots. Lessons are different here because of the different instruments that kids are exposed to - from a variety of drums, percussion instruments to cymbals designed for tiny hands.
Each term has a new theme, and music educators introduce kids to songs, from different parts of the world. They have special classes for the holiday season, with songs drawing inspiration from festivals. Book a trial for your toddler, and find him tapping his feet to the musical notes.www.ourmusicstudio.com.sg
Staccato! Music school
At Staccato, children develop self-confidence and creativity through music. The Beethoven Toddlers class opens with a hello song, followed by introduction to rhythm. Egg shakers, wooden sticks and bells, help children understand about music.
Educators then introduce music and movement, where toddlers play with balls, hula-hoops and parachutes with foot tapping music in the background. Musical instruments like drums, mini guitars and xylophones are brought to class for children to play. Best of all, kids love playing the toy piano brought to class, at the end of the lesson.http://www.staccato.com.sg
Run by Debbie Hall, Jiggle Wigs is an informal music program run at various condominiums across Singapore, making it super convenient to visit. Debbie makes it really fun for tots by using balls, beanbags, scarves, bubbles, and shakers to get kids dancing.
The music and dancing is pretty informal, which kids totally love. Turnouts are also pretty large, allowing kids to bond with others in their age group, while mums mingle alongside.https://www.facebook.com/jiggle.wigs
Magic Fiddler is the one-stop shop for all things music. From lessons in violin, keyboard, piano, drums, guitar, cello and ukulele, it’s all on the course list. To give distracted toddlers a break from the monotony, the classes have a craft component as well. You will totally love attending the end-of-term concert performance showcasing your child’s talent.www.magicfiddler.com
Perfect for under 5s, Musical Monkeys is a lively musical playgroup held at various condominiums across Singapore. Kids will love singing and dancing to tunes from around the world, and love bubbles and parachute play. They also expose kids to funky musical instruments like the Kompang (Malaysia), Rainmaker (Chile) and Bansuri (India).The music group celebrates all festivals (Christmas, Halloween) with great gusto, through mini parties. A fun way to introduce toddlers to music, in an informal setting.
Perfect Pitch’s baby and toddler class is 45 minutes of pure fun. Through singing songs, rhythm chants, and movement activities, kids are taught how to enjoy music. Kids are also asked to play around with musical instruments like the xylophone, piano and rattles. Kids delight with joy, as their little hands produce music.http://perfectpitch.sg
Kindermusik with Love Studios
Lots of singing and dancing is the focus of Kindermusik’s music program. The music lessons focused on singing, sound imitation, and rhyming help build language skills. Kids dance to different musical moods, which help develop their sense of balance and spatial awareness.