This music-filled class for 2 to 3 year old children celebrates the unique joys of your growing child. Each...
Kindermusik Playdates & Classes
Kindermusik makes a real difference in the lives of young children, newborn to 7 years, and their families. We use music and play to develop all facets of the child’s development. Families bond through musical play and parents learn how music has the power to make great parenting easier. We’ve been serving families in Waterloo Region for 29 years. Our earliest graduates are now parents bringing their own children to our classes and we’re excited for your family to discover the magic of Kindermusik too.
Play As You Learn
fosters the development of your child’s most important instrument, the voice, through vocal exploration, songs, and chants.
develops body awareness, coordination, and spatial relationships through synchronized movement, creative movement, and simple dances.
introduces a variety of musical timbres with percussion instruments such as rhythm sticks, jingle bells, drums, resonator bars, and simple instruments your child creates at home.
stimulates your child’s imagination and encourages new exploration with sound and movement.
boosts your child’s ability to think musically through the integration of basic rhythmic and tonal language.
cultivates your child’s heightened attentiveness to sound discrimination.
timbre, dynamics, tempo, and pitch lays the foundation for conceptualization of the elements of music.
What Parents Are Saying…
My son absolutely adores Kindermusik. We started when he was 3 months old, and have enjoyed it ever since. He gets highly energized in class and even recognizes the songs away from class—some of the music calms him and some inspires him! He always sleeps well during the night after class, which helps me greatly, and he is always so happy the rest of the afternoon. We now try to incorporate music, and the lessons the teacher gives in class, into our lives
I recommend Kindermusik to my friends because of the quality of content of the program, excellent instructors, and the link between music, math, reading, motion, and spatial perceptions.