Babies love music, and are primed to be music-makers from an early age!

Babies love music. This will come as no surprise to you if you’ve ever soothed your newborn to sleep with a lullaby or bounced them to the beat of your favorite song. But did you know your son or daughter is also a natural music-maker? It’s true: We are each born equipped to respond to music from a remarkably early age. There is a lot you can do to nurture your new little musician— even if you don’t think of yourself as a “musical” person. Making music together from the very beginning will lead to a lifetime of shared musical enjoyment for both you and your child.

The Music Together® Babies Class will start you on the path to becoming a musical family. Specifically designed for infants eight months and younger, this one-semester introduction to Music Together allows babies to embrace, enjoy, and express their inborn musicality. In your weekly class, you will spend forty-five music-filled minutes singing, dancing, and playing with your child, all in the company of other new parents and guided by an early childhood music specialist. You’ll learn how your child is developing musically and how you can support this growth at home. Plus, you’ll leave with lots of ideas on how to play and bond musically together and infuse music into your baby’s everyday life.

 

“I always thought my baby was just babbling and cooing, but now I know that he is actually responding to the tones of the music! I am now more conscious of how he responds after I sing songs, and I can hear him ‘singing’ with me.”

 

Each family that registers for a class will receive:

  • A Parent Guide book;

  • A growth chart to help understand your child's musical development;

  • One professionally recorded CD;

  • An illustrated songbook of that semester's music;

  • Access to "Family Music Zone" area on the Music Together® website which contains digital downloads of songs to your phone, extra activities and ideas to incorporate the music at home, fun videos, and information about your child's musical development from the experts;

  • Quarterly Music Together® family newsletters.