Pre-School Music Program

Pre-School Music Program

Children need music.  At Klaudia’s Music Studio, we believe that music is an essential element of every child’s education.

Designed for children 3.5-5.5 years old without previous musical experience, this class is geared toward trying different musical instrument and hands-on playing.   Activities include, classical music, nursery rhymes, instruments trial, percussion to the beat, movement and play.  It helps with the decision about what musical instrument is the closest to the heart of the child. We welcome back all younger participants of our music summer camp who still do not take formal music lessons. Having fun with music while learning is the key! No musical instruments needed, all is provided for you. These lessons are not parented, although parents are welcome to stay in the class or observe from outside the classroom at any time. Classes are lead by two to three music faculty of dedicated teachers.

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Pre-School Music Program

Pricing and Information

Pre-School Music Program Pricing

Classes are offered weekly from September to June with drop in or membership options available.

WHEN:

Saturdays 4:15PM - 5:30PM

Starting Saturday September 7th, 2019 until June 2020

WHERE:

Trafalgar Presbyterian Church

DROP IN:

$20 / class per student

Paid on the day of the class in cash, NO registration fee, FREE online registration required.

MEMBERSHIP:

$15 /class per student

Paid monthly, NO registration fee, FREE online registration required

HOLIDAY CLOSURES

Labour Day: Sunday & Monday closed

Thanksgiving: Sunday & Monday closed

Winter Break: Two full weeks closed

Family Day: Sunday & Monday closed

March Break: Lessons on the 1st weekend then closed Monday to Sunday

Easter: Friday to Monday closed

Victoria Day: Sunday & Monday closed

 

Why is music important in early childhood?

Read this article related to our program:

From the earliest age, children respond to music through movement and imitation, clapping their hands and babbling to their favorite music. When caregivers and teachers encourage and guide them, any child can develop basic musical competence, learning to sing in tune and march to a beat.

Why is this important? According to early childhood educators, music is a basic life skill, as important as speaking, reading or writing. Music fosters cooperation and listening, expression and creativity, forces that are invaluable in every aspect of our lives.

Many scientists, inspired by the work of Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner, have come to consider “musical intelligence” as just one of many forms of human intelligence. And music has been shown to benefit a child’s broader education. In famous studies from the 1990s, University of Wisconsin psychologist Frances H. Rauscher determined that listening to Mozart’s music could actually enhance spatial reasoning.

More recently, research has confirmed that music instruction increases a child’s ability to work and play cooperatively with classmates. A few years ago Oakland University child psychologist Andrew Gunsberg showed that children engaged in improvisational musical play were able to perform much better on later cognitive tasks requiring focused attention. And in research published in February of this year, a Northwestern University neuroscientist, Nina Kraus, discovered that musical training enhanced brain stem sensitivity to speech sounds.

It is never too early (or too late) to enrich your child’s education through music. Our early childhood music program is aimed at young children, under Klaudia’s direction. These young musicians will be given freedom of movement & expression to music, participation in sing-along nursery rhymes in circle time with the others and also doing their own music making. The children’s final presentation and show is a part of our semi-annual School Recitals each December and June. We’ll help your youngster become more musical, more creative — and maybe even more intelligent!

Top 10 Reasons to enroll your child in music lessons

10. Playing a musical instruments is a safe, fun, and creative after-school activity.

9. We take it seriously. Classical music tutoring of Royal Conservatory of Music enriched with variety of non-classical popular repertoire.

8. Learning to read notes and other musical aspects is taught as an essential element from the beginning.

7. Fantastic results in quality of sound, pitch and musicality.

6. Benefit of improved learning skills, such as coordination, listening, attention span.

5. Flexibility. You get to pick a day/time for weekly lessons, as well as the teacher.

4. Convenience. Close to your neighborhood.

3. Certified, experienced, kind and attentive teachers.

2. One ½ price initial trial lesson; then risk-free 10-WEEKS trial period; no obligation to commit.

1. MUSIC EDUCATION FOR LIFE!

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