Kindermusik and Kennewick Recreation are partnering together to bring you opportunities to attend a music class with your 1.5 to 4 year old child. Each of these classes will incorporated music and movement and allow you to have nurturing one-on-one time with your child both in class and at home. Each of the classes will be taught by Julie Sumsion at the Highland Grange Park Building in Kennewick Washington. To register for any of the following classes go to the Kennewick Recreation website or call 509.585.4293.
Dancing, hoppiung, rolling, and stomping. This moth we’ll move like all of our animal friends and develop muscle coordination and spatial awareness along the way. Your home kit features songs for wiggling and helps toddlers develop dexterity and fine motor skills. Your magazine-style family guide also includes at-home activity ideas, games, and questions that involve the class story, so your child develops memory and comprehension-all in the context of sharing time with you. A materials fee of $18 is to be paid directly to instructor. The class will take place every Thursday from 9:20am – 10:00am and begins on October 7 and goes through October 28. Cost of the class is $38 for Kennewick residents and $41 for non-residents.
Pick up your baby and dance. Dance the Charleston, the Tango, and the Cha-Cha and learn why dancing with your baby helps develop vital learning skills from head to toe. In this class play a variety of baby appropriate instruments, and dance with fun props. A materials fee of $40 is to be paid directly to instructor. Home materials include: a CD with songs from class, a yellow Do-Si-DO clacker, a Do-Si-Do picture board book, and a set of art banners to strengthen vision and promotes early literacy. The class will take place every Thursday from 10:15am – 11:00am and begins on October 28 and goes through December 16, there will be no class on November 25. Cost of the class is $54 for Kennewick residents and $57 for non-residents.
Around the Farm
In class, your child’s memory and sequence skills will strengthen with stop and go games tucked into stories and pretend play about animals on a farm. You’ll find these stories and songs in your home kit, too. So when you play this month’s featured rhythm stick instruments along with the recordings, you help your child develop rhythm, coordination, and the confidence that comes with learning and playing along with you. A materials fee of $18 is to be paid directly to instructor. The class will take place every Thursday from 9:20am – 10:00am and begins on November 4 and goes through December 2. Cost of the class is $38 for Kennewick residents and $41 for non-residents.