Music Together an early childhood music and movement program for children from birth through age eight—and the grownups who love them!® We’re on a mission to make the world a better place by making it more musical®. We do this by providing the highest-quality music and movement classes to families everywhere. First offered in 1987, our classes help little ones develop their innate musicality and much, much more.
Monday at 12:45 pm and Tuesday at 4:00 pm
8 Week Classes - JOIN US FOR THE MARACAS CLASS
RSVP your spot today: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays at 12:45 pm & Tuesday at 4:00 pm
Classes Start Week of April 3rd and end week of May 22nd
Tuition for the first child (birth through 5): $200
Sibling Tuition: $160
Infant siblings (under 8 months) of registered students: FREE
In addition to your weekly classes, Music Together tuition includes:
Professional recordings of the current song collection, a beautifully illustrated songbook with family activity suggestions, access code to download, stream and play with the music wherever you are, access to the Family Music Zone®, for videos, musical crafts and much more, new families receive a booklet, Music and Your Child, a guide for parents and caregivers of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners, quarterly e-newsletter from Music Together Worldwide
Each week in Music Together® Mixed – Age Classes at Olive Tree Day School, babies, toddler, preschoolers, and the grownups who love them® gather for fun – filled family music time. Your teacher will lead you and the other families in music activities ranging from lullabies to full-on jam sessions (with child friendly instruments of course!) It’s so much fun you won’t realize how much learning is taking place.
Why Mixed – Ages?
Child Development researches discovered that grouping children of different ages in one class encourages, natural family – style learning, so Music Together developed the Mixed – Age Music Class. In this class, everyone participates at their own levels: babies vocalize, listen and observe; toddlers play and experiment; and preschoolers build confidence as they emerge as classroom leaders. Grownups are happy because everyone can come to class together!