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Special Covid-19 Class Plan: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all classes are on-line at this time on our Social Sprouts private facebook page. If you are enrolled or would like to enroll in our Spring Maracas Collection at Home Music Together® classes, please register on our registration pageand we will add you to the private Facebook page. We will be providing 3 fifteen minute Music Together at Home class videos per week over a course of 10 weeks. Extra fun activities will also be provided through the family portal in the Family Music Zone at www.musictogether.com. Class materials may be picked up at various locations in Raleigh while we are still allowed to leave our homes. Email email@example.com with questions. I hope you will join me for singing, playing, and fun at home.
Our weekly, 45-minute mixed-age family classes include songs, rhythmic chants, movement, instrument play, and of course lots of fun! These activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences--developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers, regardless of their own musical ability. A CD, an MP3 downloadable version of the song collection, a Songbook, a new family music development booklet, a Music Together growth chart, and access to the Music Together Family Music Zone and free Hello Everybody app are included!
Our Music Together Generations class is similar to our regular mixed-age class but will be held in an independent living facility for seniors. Our goal is to bridge the generation gap and create joyful connections between the children, their caregivers, and the elders through music.
Our Music Together Babies class is similar to our mixed-age family class but is specifically intended for families with non-mobile infants from birth through eight months. It is a one-semester introduction to Music Together and to early childhood music development. After this one semester, the babies move up to a mixed-age class. The music activities in a Babies class are specifically designed to teach parents how to support music development in infancy and how to connect with their infants through music, using concepts like “purposeful touch,” “sound layering,” and “dancing for baby.”
When Available, eight weekly, 60-minute Music Together Guitar for Grown-ups classes will begin the third week of our regular ten-week session so that parents will have the opportunity to hear the current semester's music first. No guitar experience is necessary. Attendees will receive a guitar workbook, but must bring their own guitar, capo, and tuner.
Below is our schedule of upcoming classes: