Kindermusik has more than 60 themed units to choose from across the age spans, our curriculum offers the flexibility that allows you to match your program needs. Also Our lessons can be easily adapted into bite-sized activities to fit into your curriculum and daily classroom routines.
Wiggle & Grow
2-3 years old
Laugh & Learn
3-5 years old
Move & Groove
4-6 years old
Classes encourage older toddlers to initiate their own ideas, nurturing social-emotional growth and cognitive development in a playful, exploratory environment.
Classes are designed to engage preschoolers’ natural love of music and activate their imaginations, while developing their growing language and social-emotional skills.
Classes offer first experiences with musical symbols and more advanced instruments, laying the groundwork for formal music instruction and ensuring school readiness.
No terrible twos here! Our Level 2 classes encourage older toddlers to initiate their own ideas and explore their creativity. Each class offers plenty of fun outlets for toddler-style energy, promoting cognitive development through singing, dancing, and instrument play. Better still, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with other parents and caregivers who are also experiencing the joys and complexities of these busy years, while learning to use music to create and simplify routines at home.
- Exploring movement concepts and participating in musical interactions with objects and others
- Discovering different ways instruments can make sounds and experiencing a wide range of musical concepts
- Identifying and vocally imitating sounds and learning to describe them
- Learning to associate a picture with a sound
- Singing songs with language patterns that explore rhythm, speech sounds, syntax, and rhyme
Skill & Benefits
- Increased alertness, self-control, and ability to regulate their own movements
- Stabilization of muscles necessary for healthy posture and overall balance
- Improved coordination and locomotor skills, fine motor skills, and finger and hand strength
- Strengthened ability to memorize, sequence, and predict patterns
- Development of early pre-literacy and number skills
Level 3 classes engage preschoolers’ natural love of music and activate their imaginations. A wide range of learning opportunities boosts language skills, confidence, independence, social-emotional skills, and self-control. You are invited to join the fun for a portion of each class, sharing in the joy of music-making and learning how your child is developing, all while strengthening your relationship with your child.
- Experiencing a variety of sounds and learning how sounds are produced by playing musical instruments, speaking or singing
- Playing instruments with an emphasis on steady beat, repeated rhythm patterns, graphic notation, and ensemble music
- Ensemble Development, an activity that builds the skills preschoolers need in order to create music within a group
- Engaging in creative expression and language play, expressing feelings and ideas through movement and music
- Pre-reading music and learning to interpret graphic notation symbols, a precursor to learning traditional music symbols
Skill & Benefits
- Increased attention and focus; growing ability to memorize and recall
- Growing ability to detect patterns, nuances, and timbre in sounds, a critical skill for music and language development
- Experience waiting patiently, taking turns, working cooperatively in a group and communicating effectively and respectfully
- Wider vocabulary and knowledge of story structures; critical thinking and problem-solving skills
- Learning how to decode and interpret symbols, skills necessary for reading, math, and music
Level 4 classes offer children exciting first experiences with musical symbols and more complex instruments, laying the groundwork for formal music instruction. You’ll join the fun for the final activities and watch as your child begins to master music terms and concepts, building a strong foundation for learning in other subjects like math, reading, and writing.
- Listening to a variety of sounds, including music from individual instruments and complete compositions that highlight specific genres, cultures, composers, or concepts and sharing their listening observations
- More complicated instrument-play, such as dances that include instrument play, back-and-forth rhythm conversations with instruments, and songs with accompanying instrument patterns
- Experiencing various types of movement, including creative movement, movement with a partner, group, instruments, or props, and movement that explores concepts like high/low or staccato/legato
- Singing a variety of songs in an appropriate range and engaging in call-and-response, echoing, and instrument play
- Pretend play through music, vocal development, storytelling, listening, and movement
- Introduction to music concepts and vocabulary
Skill & Benefits
- Enhanced self-awareness, refined listening skills
- Heightened sense of creativity
- Development of sensory, motor, and cognitive skills
- Increasing pitch accuracy, memory recall, and sequencing abilities
- Ability to cooperate within a group, exhibit self-control, and listen attentively
- Stronger foundation for language and literacy skills, such as phonological awareness, focused attention, effective communication, and vocabulary
- Strengthened brain connections used to integrate new learning, make decisions, and think critically