Our interactive Rhythm Kids Online classes tap into how big kids are wired to learn. Music games, rhythm pattern play, drumming, and more engage their creativity---and inspire them to explore their musicality in new ways, both during and outside class. (No promises, but you just might find your child making music instead of watching YouTube!)
During each weekly, high-energy class, kids have a blast singing, dancing, and jamming to rhythms and tunes inspired by musical traditions around the world. Their specially trained teacher leads group and individual activities that get students up and moving as they learn to compose, choreograph, and conduct. Bonus: The music and movement activities naturally support several key developmental areas, including executive function, emerging math skills, and leadership.
By the end of the semester, they'll be proud to show off all the new skills they've mastered!
Children will be learning to play real drumming patterns from many places in the world, but simplified and made accessible by first learning them through spoken rhymes with animal themes. It's a physically active, non-competitive class where every child contributes. We are proud to offer a creative program like Rhythm Kids for our Music Together® graduates—and hopefully many new families looking for a nurturing, fun environment where their child can make music and develop new skills.
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Even if it has been a long time since your child has done Music Together, he or she still has the strong foundation of music competence that we will build on in this class. Feel free to call us at 781-859-8327 to discuss whether this class or the Music Together mixed age class is the right fit for your child. We'd love to have you with us!
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‘Bout My Friends
Tom Foote and Justine Chadly, arranged by Kenneth K. Guilmartin