Music FunTime

Group Music Classes Ages 2-6
  • MusicFunTime

    Registration taken Year round!
  • musicfuntime

    MusicFunTime * an innovative and proven early childhood curriculum has music classes for kids 18 months to 7 years old. Music FunTime is not a simple play group where children sing, dance, jump & play instruments. Our program is based on Johns-Hopkins Research that children 7 and under can learn to read music notation and symbols, play instruments, while fostering their ability to grasp math and science as they develop.                 

    $88 per Musician  |  $82 Sibling Discount

     

  • Music Schedule

    2018-2019

    Ages 2-3: Tuesday 6:45-7:15 pm
    Ages 3-6: Saturday 11:15-11:45 am
    Ages 3-7: Wednesday 6:30- 7:00 pm and Thursday 6:30-7:00 pm

     Music FunTime Tuition

    1st Class $88/mo

    2nd Class/Sibling $ 82/mo (15% Discount)
    $75 If Enrolled In Another DIP’M Program 

     

    Our School year is year round and based off of 36 weeks of classes September – June and 4 weeks in summer.  Holidays are excluded.

    Students are not only placed by age but by ability.

     

    Benefits of Music

    MUSIC ROCKS… Musical activity was found to preserve cognition, including memory, as you age, when comparing variability in cognitive outcomes of older adults active in musical instrumental and other leisure activities. YOU

    WON’T LOSE IT IF YOU USE IT… A range of cognitive benefits including memory were sustained for musicians between the ages of 60-80 if they played for at least 10 years throughout their life, confirming the maintenance of advantages is not reliant on continued activity.

    START YOUNG…. Timing of musical instrumental acquisition, before age nine, is important in optimizing cognitive benefits and was associated with enhanced verbal working memory functions.

    IT”S NEVER TOO LATE TO START SO SIGN UP TODAY! Sustained musical activity over the age of 60 was associated with other nonverbal cognitive benefits, and appeared to compensate for low educational attainment, which is possibly the greatest protection against age-related cognitive declines. This suggests that musical training should be considered an alternative form of education.

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