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Big Kids  Classes

Big Kids. They have minds of their own and they know what they like. They are ready to take ownership and lead musical activities with their peers. They want to dig deeper and understand how music works. That's what these classes are all about.

Music Together Big Kids® is a 60-minute class geared to the interests and abilities of 5-, 6-, and 7-year-olds. The program blends the elements of Music Together that parents and children love with new activities, skills, and challenges that are developmentally appropriate for this age group. These classes lay the foundation for Basic Music Literacy, complementing in-school music instruction or instrument lessons and leading to a lifetime of joyful music-making. The curriculum includes solfège, solos and ensembles, folk dances, harmony singing, vocal development, and drumming. In a safe and fun environment, your child can experiment with new activities like game songs, story songs, conducting, improvisation, and composition.

Like the idea of joining in on the fun? As a parent, your attendance is welcome but not mandatory. You'll receive our Big Kids songbook, CD, solfège cards, and HomePlay activities, so that your entire family can continue the fun and learning at home—and you can stay connected to what your child is learning in class.

How will music help my “big kid?”

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Early in life, music has tremendous power to support the developing child in all their growing capacities. Learn more about how your child can benefit from this unique group-music experience!

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Classes at Your Child’s School

MTlogo in schoolDid you know that schools can have Music Together, too, even in Kindergarten and early elementary classrooms?

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Big Kids Class

MTlogo big kidsThis class for 5-, 6-, and 7-year-olds blends the elements of Music Together that parents and children love with new activities, skills, and challenges designed especially for older children.

 

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