Sierra Foothills Music Together
Music Together is an internationally recognized early childhood music program for infants,
toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and the adults who love them. First offered to the public in 1987,
it pioneered the concept
of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement. Music Together classes are based on the recognition that all children are musical.
Babies Class
Teacher Annie K. F.
GRASS VALLEY: The Nest (map and directions)
Friday, 10:00 AM
09/22/17 - 11/24/17 (10 weeks)

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Join seasoned teacher Annie Keeling Friedman for this one-semester Babies Class for families with infants from birth through eight months of age. In this class, the activities are specifically designed to teach you how to support music development in infancy and how to connect with your baby through music using methods such as "purposeful touch," "sound-layering," "dancing for baby," etc. And since our Babies Class uses the same song collections as our other classes, you will experience a seamless transition as your baby grows into our mixed-age, in-school, and "Big Kids" classes. 

Upcoming Meetings
09/29/17    10:00 AM Friday 09/29/17 10:00 AM
10/06/17    10:00 AM Friday 10/06/17 10:00 AM
10/13/17    10:00 AM Friday 10/13/17 10:00 AM
10/20/17    10:00 AM Friday 10/20/17 10:00 AM
10/27/17    10:00 AM Friday 10/27/17 10:00 AM
11/03/17    10:00 AM Friday 11/03/17 10:00 AM
11/10/17    10:00 AM Friday 11/10/17 10:00 AM
11/17/17    10:00 AM Friday 11/17/17 10:00 AM
11/24/17    10:00 AM Friday 11/24/17 10:00 AM

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