Music Classes for Babies and Toddlers near Yuroke, Victoria
The Little Stars baby and toddler music classes near Yuroke, Victoria engages children through the use of rhymes, lullabies, movement and songs and nurture maternal bonds. Enable a calm and happy beginning in your home using our skills and techniques to incorporate music into your daily life.
As suggested by research, music has a positive influence in the growth of your baby’s brain. Your baby’s brain is rapidly growing and more than twice as active as an adult brain in the first three years of life! Through music you can give your baby the opportunity of an early start in life. A musical, multisensory environment that engages sound, touch, sight, movement, timing and emotions is important in the development of your baby’s brain.
Here are some of our favorite props, instruments, songs and games that can be used to introduce music to children in our Little Stars baby and toddler music class near Yuroke, VIC:
- Tuned percussion instruments to train pitch
- Good quality instruments, not toys!
- Rhyming books
- Books we can sing and share together
The early months and years are fundamental to the creation of lasting bonds between you and your baby.Foster a lifelong love of music in your baby by playing and singing songs that encourage bonding and connections between parent and child.
Music tips for Babies and Toddlers near Yuroke, VIC
Have you tried these methods of integrating music into your daily life?
- Try sourcing reputable classical music from the radio or CDs to use as part of the bedtime ritual. Good quality music treat the ears and developing brains of children while providing them with a calm bed time routine.
- If repeated often enough, games like “open shut them” encourage toddlers to start doing activities themselves. These games encourage anticipation and require toddlers to follow along, waiting for the exciting actions.
- Singing during a nappy change is a way of turning such ordinary “jobs” into fun play. You can use melodies such as “here we go round the mulberry bush” to get started.
- To soothe an unsettled baby it’s a good idea to pat a beat on the baby’s back or nappy, you can try a rhythmic heartbeat pattern, patting the words to your favorite song or just a natural beat.
- Tickle your baby with feathers, towels and hands to stimulate the sensory nerves and couple them with rhymes such as “round and round the garden” or “this little piggy”.
- Listening to music should start as early as possible and new mothers should join the Bonding with Baby classes. Older children from six months to three years should join the Babies and Toddlers music classes. By purchasing the CD, the beautiful lullabies and rhymes can be enjoyed time and time again.
Get your baby or toddler started in music today: