Little Wings Music for Tots
Class Descriptions

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Little Wings Parent-Tot Class: Free Preview

This is a sample of our regular class, offered free of charge for one day. Tell your friends to come try it out and see how much fun we have! 

Little Wings Parent Tot Class (12 weeks)

Fun, active music and movement class for kids age 6 months - 4 years with a parent or guardian. Wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to move around a lot in class!

We sing, we dance, we play musical games and a good time is generally had by all. The syllabus includes music and games from around the world, including Latin America, Germany, France, the British Isles, Finland, Africa and more. It's a great way to meet other moms (or dads), and little ones love both the class and the CDs that go with them. Each quarter, we use a different selection of music and your class fee includes a book and CD of the music we will use in class. Parents consistently tell me my CDs are on repeat in their stereo and that they are the only thing their kiddo wants to listen to in the car.

Research consistently shows that exposing young children to music improves their cognitive, language and musical skills later in life. Babies and toddlers have more connective tissue in their brains, and active musical play actually strengthens their brains' white matter, enabling them to interpret musical tones and rhythms better than you or I probably can. Years of teaching music to young children has shown me that kids can more easily hear tonal and pitch differences than adults, and if they solidify that ability now, it will stay with them for life.

One-Time Demo Class / Drop-In

Try out a class for free! 


Big Strings Uke For Grown-Ups, Level 2 (6wk)

Building on "Big Strings, Level I", this class assumes you know some basic chords and strumming patterns. If you've gotten that far, and are looking to challenge yourself a bit more, you're welcome to join us!

Right now we are a fun, relaxed group of ladies working on a few songs together, including Izzie's "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" and a little Hawaiian tune, "Green Rose Hula", to name a few. In January, we'll keep on jamming on these, and learn a few new songs as well. We welcome newcomers - don't be shy!