Music Fun Time

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    Music Fun Time


    Children First – Music helps early childhood



  • Music FunTime is not a simple playgroup where children sing, dance, jump & play instruments. We offer an innovated new program for children ages 2 to 7, geared from the Johns-Hopkins Research where children can learn to read music notation and symbols, eventually, learning to play instruments.

    If a child can learn their letters, numbers, shapes, animals etc., why can’t they learn to read music?
    Through crafts, worksheets, games, instruments, singing, & very small group classes, we teach children in a fun & exciting way, how to play and read music. 


    • In our small group classes, we work one on one with all students to maximize individual students learning capabilities.
    • We change the curriculum every 5 minutes accommodating children’s attention span.
    • You and your child will explore music, dance and sing together and more. Your child learns to share, take turns and develop the skills they’ll need in school and on the neighborhood playground.
    • Our Music FunTime classes bring you closer as a family. They are fun, yet educational and an important part of your child’s development.
    • In this special place for musical, social and emotional learning, your children will strengthen their ties with each other and with you!


    Math and Music unite the two hemispheres of the brain – a powerful force for learning. Did you ever consider the skills your child uses when he/she sings a song such as “This Old Man”? He/she is matching and comparing (through pitch, volume and rhythm), patterning and sequencing (through melody, rhythm and lyrics), counting numbers and adding.  Add dramatic hand movements or clapping the beat and you have created an entire package of learning rolled into one song.

    In recent years, there has been considerable amount of research on the effect of music on brain development and thinking. Neurological research has found that the higher the brain functions of abstract reasoning as well as spatial and temporal conceptualization are enhanced by music activities. Activities with music generate the neural connections necessary for using important math skills.

    Music is considered a right brain activity, while Math is a left brain activity. When combined, the whole child is engaged not only in the realm of thinking, but in all the other domains of social, emotional creative, language and physical development. Together they make a complete developmental package

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