• Music and movement for infants, toddlers and preschoolers ages birth through five and their parents or caregivers. Songs, chants, instrument play, dancing, and more offer young children the opportunity to develop tonal and rhythm skills.
• Learning through play in an informal setting. Children participate in developmentally appropriate activities at their own level, and acquire skills at their own pace.
• Children of different ages learn together. Class activities focus on adult-child interaction. Parents and caregivers participate in music making and role model for their child. Siblings can attend together, and children with special needs can join in, too. Infants blend with any age group, and research shows their music development benefits from early exposure.
East Village and Union Square
Washington Heights-Hudson Heights-Inwood
A ramp entrance is located in front of the chapel. Turn left down two halls, go through two sets of glass doors, then turn right. The conference room is at the end of the hall on the right. Strollers may be left in the hall, next to the windows. Please bring all valuables into the conference room. Coats may be left outside or on the conference table. No food or drinks allowed in class.
Transportation: A train to 190th St.; M4 bus to 190th Street and Ft. Washington Avenue
183rd and Pinehurst Avenue
5000 Broadway and 212th Street
Enter the building on Fort Washington Avenue. Walk down steps, turn left and proceed diagonally across the social hall to the classroom. Leave strollers on right side of social hall, and coats on chairs. Bring all valuables inside classroom. No food or drinks allowed in class.
Transportation: A train to 181 St. (north exit); M4 bus to 185th Street and Ft. Washington
Labels: BABY DOES NYC/ CLASSES