With Ms. Deb
Please Note: Our Learning Groove Classes are taught
at First Avenue Christian Assembly!
SPRING SESSION CLASS TIMES:
MONDAYS AT 11AM, FRIDAYS AT 10AM, AND FRIDAYS AT 11AM
Parent and Child Classes
The Learning Groove's Parent and Child music classes are a joyful educational experience or your little learner! Children sing, dance, play instruments, shake eggs, beat drums, call and respond, clap, tap laugh, skip, jump, pretend and learn. While doing so they develop their rhythm, pitch and melody, language skills, motor coordination, interpersonal skills, cultural awareness and preschool readiness! Research has show that children who receive early music instruction have increased overall academic achievement. But more importantly.... it is just good old fashioned FUN!
MIXED AGES CLASS Schedule Ages 0-5
Our classes are designed to meet the needs of children and siblings between the ages of newborn to age 5. Siblings under 8 months are free when attending with an older paying sibling.
Pay upfront for your session and received the BEST PRICING $120 for one child, or $200 for a family.
Pay monthly for your session $40 for one child, or $67 for a family.
Punch Card Drop Ins - $15 for one child or $25 per family. Drop in however often you like, you will receive a punch card. Every time you come, your card will get stamped. After you have purchased 9 classes, your 10th is on me!
Spring Session: 10 classes
April 9, 16, 23, 30
May 7, 14, 28
June 4, 11, 18
Fridays 10:00-10:40, OR 11:00-11:40
April 6, 13, 20, 27
May 4, 11
June 1, 8, 15, 22
*Please Note: You may join the learning groove anytime!
You don't need to wait for the beginning of a new session to join
To Register and Pay for YOUR Class Please Click on the Link Below:
Let's Talk About The Learning Groove!
The Learning Groove was created by the author (Eric Litwin) and music producer (Michael Levine) of the first four Pete the Cat picture books. The Learning Groove uses music and movement to promote early learning with a focus on developing a child's music aptitude, motor coordination, social learning skills and language acquisition.
The Learning Groove creates CDs/downloads which are educationally designed to be utilized in parent/child classes, preschool music and movement enrichment classes, preschool and early elementary classrooms or simply to rock out at home. The music is interactive and fun for children and adults.
The Learning Groove began over lunch one afternoon when Eric and Michael discussed their shared interest in early education and music. They were soon creating music in the studio. With their unique experiences as educators, authors and musicians, Michael and Eric brought a fresh and enthusiastic perspective and approach to early education.
The company grew slowly with Michael and Eric as the only teachers. However word spread and the numbers of students and teachers started to grow. Now there are The Learning Groove teachers and classes across the United States and the world.
At the heart of The Learning Groove is the philosophy that children learn best when they are engaged and having fun. And music and movement is the best way to achieve this.
To learn more about Eric Litwin, visit www.ericlitwin.com
To learn more about Michael Levine, visitwww.michaellevine.net.
FAQs - TLG Music & Movement Classes:
At what age should we begin?
Research shows us that the first years of your child's life are the most important for developing their musical abilities. So the earlier you begin your child's music education the better. Many parents start their kids at around six to eight months.
What ages do your programs serve?
The Learning Groove parent & child music classes serve children newborn to age four.
What will my child learn in The Learning Groove music classes?
Rhythm, Pitch and Melody, Language Skills, Motor Coordination, Preschool Readiness, Creative Expression, Imagination, Cultural Awareness,
Interpersonal Skills, Love and Happiness.
How often do we attend class?
The Learning Groove classes are given once a week. Each class is forty minutes.
How many classes are in a session?
Generally there are ten classes. However, this is up to each teacher and it may be less or more.
What do we do in a typical class?
In every class you will sing, dance, play instruments, laugh, listen, jam along, march, chant, clap, wiggle, make stuff up, pretend, use rich language and explore and expand your child's amazing potential through the arts.
Where can I find the music we learned in class?
The Learning Groove Music is available for you to listen for free online at www.thelearninggroove.com If you would like to purchase a CD or MP3's of the music you can also purchase through many online retailers. More details are available on the learning groove site. The Learning Groove's Music is amazing! Including customized selection of genres, key signatures, melodic patterns, tempos, rhythmic patterns, instruments and activities in available on each CD. In class, you learn the simple music enrichment activities that accompany the songs. Then, you listen to the CD at home to reinforce what you have learned.
How do young children learn music?
The most important learning strategy at this young age is the immersion and exposure to high quality music. Children learn by repetition, discovery and playful practice.
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