Coming January 2019
A great deal of research shows that exposure to music from early childhood onwards supports children in their development of creativity, memory, spatial intelligence, mathematics and language.
Additionally, it helps children learn to speak more clearly, develop a larger vocabulary, and strengthen social and emotional skills. Babies as young as 3 months can differentiate musical structures and even recognize music selections they have heard before.
Read more about our two early childhood classes coming in January 2019 below.
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If you're looking for a lesson for your student, we have wonderful options right here at Jan Williams.
Whether students are singing, playing an instrument, or rehearsing for a school musical, enjoying it together is an experience to cherish.
We have a wide variety of options for you and your child to pick from, no matter what area you have interest in!
Exposing early ages to the arts, specifically instrumental arts, can provide the developing brain lasting improvements and benefits that have been scientifically proven. Not only will it allow for a way to easily express creativity, but it also improves memory, spatial intelligence, and improves the ability to perform mathematics. It may come as a surprise that this type of exposure can improve all of these areas. But, scientists have discovered so many benefits, especially for the young. There are so many areas affected by this type of early childhood exposure and learning, including, but not limited to: speech abilities, expansive vocabularies, social skills, emotional maturity, and emotional intelligence.
The relationship and intelligence that humans have with the instrumental arts is just as unique as your existence. It is another thing that sets us apart from the rest of the life that exists on our planet. You can strengthen and deepen your relationship with this skill and enjoyment by enjoying our offerings.
Music for Mommy & Me
Birth - 18 Months
Babies and parents experience rhythmic musical games, lullabies, bouncing songs, and message songs. Designed to help parents give their babies a rich musical environment. It is a springboard to stimulate daily music-making and early childhood development. Classes are 30 minutes weekly, 12 weeks per session.
Tunes for toddlers
19 Months - 3 Years
A joyful early music experience. Parents and caregivers are their toddler's best model as they share in a music-making program of rhythms, fingerplays, active movement games, keyboard exploration and singing. Classes meet 30 minutes weekly for 12 weeks each session.