Place an emphasis on the arts while your child is acquiring skills like early language comprehension, numbers and all-important social skills to help your child grow! Early learning group programs are suitable for kids under 10 years old.
Where to Start
First of all, there is no one-size fits all program that is perfect for every beginner child, but knowing where to start is where we come in!
- Suzuki Method programs place an emphasis on aural learning (skills are acquired similar to language acquisition), while others are kinesthetic focused like Music Moves for Kids where there's lots of movement and focus on the body as we play and sing together.
- If you know your child has expressed interested in learning an instrument, sometimes you can start right there. However, some instruments cannot be learned until later on, even as late as age 12, depending on the physical requirements like the ability to reach instrument keys and lung capacity. Some instruments including cello, piano and violin can all be learned as young as 3 or 4 years old, if your child is ready for lessons and would thrive in a classroom environment.
Most early learning group programs require some family involvement, including attending all classes with your child, which means your whole family needs to be committed to some courses before you enrol. See each course's descriptions for details about each program.
Give your child an artistic advantage early on!