Exposure to music from early childhood onwards helps children to speak more clearly, develop a larger vocabulary, and strengthen social and emotional skills – and it’s lots of fun!
Music has the ability to strengthen the connection between the body and brain to work together as a team. For instance, when dancing and moving to music, children develop better motor skills whereas singing along to a song helps them to practise their singing voice. In general, the exposure to music supports children in their development process to learn the sound of tones and words.
This fun and interactive session uses old favourites alongside new songs, movement, dancing and puppets to keep children engaged.
The music time part of the session last approximately 45 minutes, followed by 45 minutes of free play in our play area.
Every Wednesday 1.15pm