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Early Years Group Music Class

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Discover the Magic of Music for Your Little One!

Begin your child’s musical journey with our specialised group class!

Led by a skilled music educator, our group classes are specially crafted for ages 3-5, ensuring a musical adventure perfectly aligned with their developmental stage. Through singing, playing, and moving, your child will embark on a journey of joyful musical discovery!

Research shows that early music exposure enhances physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development in children. Our classes are designed to nurture those crucial connections happening in your little one's busy brain.

🌈 Boost Confidence: Watch as your child gains confidence through engaging musical activities.

🎨 Tap into Creativity: Unleash your child's creative side through interactive and fun musical exploration.

🧠 Strengthen Memory Skills: Our activities are designed to enhance memory skills, contributing to overall cognitive development.

This might be one of your child’s first formal experience of music learning so the initial focus is on how to be a music learner. This includes learning how to take turns, contribute (spoken initially and singing as we go on), sing, move, listen, copy me and each other and use our bodies to express music. All the games and activities are geared towards developing these skills.

When: Weekly sessions, Thursdays 10.15pm – 11am until 28 March (trial lessons available - dates for term 2 coming soon)

Venue:  Lessons will be held in Bishop Hall- North Terrace, Adelaide - see map K12, access via back of Elder Hall

Who: Tailored for Ages 3-5 and their Caregivers!

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Meet Jodie O'Regan, your child's guide to the magical world of music in our group classes! As a seasoned performer, composer, pedagogue, and music director, Jodie brings a wealth of musical expertise to each session.

Jodie’s work with young children includes writing songs with young parents for Lullaby Project Australia and touring as a puppeteer and performer in children’s theatre. She has also composed and produced several children’s musical works.

Jodie holds a Masters in Aural Pedagogy and an Associate Diploma in Speech and Drama Teaching. Her pedagogical resources include the workbooks for children “Learn To Sing” and “Sing And Read” and the online singing course “Sing Well”. As a recipient of the Australian Kodaly Scholarship, she wrote "Singing the Dots," (Foreword by Dr. James Cuskelly) enhancing music literacy and musicianship.

Join us on this musical adventure where your child's musical exploration will be guided by an experienced and passionate educator.

If you have any questions about this course, please call 8313 2302.

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