Baby and Me Music Class
Suzuki Early Childhood Education for parents and children from birth through the child's 4th birthday
Wednesday mornings, 10:00-11:00 am
Our 2019-2020 classes include:
September 11, 18, 25
October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
November 6, 13, 20
December 4 (makeup class December 11)
January 8, 15, 22, 29
February 5, 12, 19, 26
March 4, 18, 25
April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
May 6 (makeup class May 13)
Optional performance dates include:
September 14 (community service concert, Heartis Dining Room, 10 am)
October 25 (Spooky Suzuki concert, Heartis Dining Room, 6-8 pm)
November 9 (Hope Violin Studio recital, 10 am)
December 7 (Christmas concert and potluck, 6-8 pm)
February 29 (Hope Violin Studio recital, 10 am)
Heartis Clear Lake
14520 Highway 3, Webster, TX 77598
Building 2, Media Room
Who may attend?
Children from birth through four years old, attended by a parent who will take an active role in the class. One student per parent is preferred. Babysitting is available for siblings for a small fee ($5 per sibling, per class/$18 per month). Please alert us to your babysitting needs when you register.
How much does class cost?
Semester option (best value):
$321 per semester, due in September and January
$74 per month (prorated throughout the year so that each month's tuition is the same)
$92 for a package of 4 classes
$176 for a package of 8 classes
There is a one-time $30 registration fee to cover your home materials for the class.
What should I expect?
Activities at each weekly class include singing, listening, clapping and moving to music, taking turns playing instruments such as the glockenspiel, xylophone, woodblock, triangle, and other percussion instruments, counting, reading a book, parent education, and story time. Throughout the class, your child will be learning the skills of how to follow directions, take turns, show leadership, count, track from left to right (developing reading readiness!), develop independence, maintain self-control, develop an inner calm, show sensitivity to others, express him/herself through music and movement, acquire focus, develop musical skills such as pitch, rhythm, dynamics, crossing the midline, and so much more!
Since we meet at an assisted living facility, your child will also learn to be comfortable interacting with senior citizens, and will have the chance to bring joy and youthful vitality to the residents who visit our class each week!
For a great blog post about 20 things students learn in a Suzuki ECE course, check out http://www.suzukitriangle.com/20-skills-sece/
Because we move around so much in class, please wear comfortable clothing for sitting, standing, and dancing. Heartis tends to keep the temperature warm in the facility, so lightweight clothes are preferable.