Little Feet Music - Port Melbourne

Melbourne, Australia

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    At Little Feet Music classes, the music is all LIVE!

     
    Little Feet Music is fun educational music and entertainment for your little ones.
     
    Rachel Parkinson runs Little Feet Music – amazingly fun and engaging music and movement classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
     
    Services include:
    – Music Classes for Child Care Centres and Kindergartens

    – Music Workshops for Community Events and Festivals
    – Entertainment for Birthday Parties, Playgroups and Parents’ Groups
    – Live Shows with a Full Band plus Bingle the Bear

     
    Children who participate in preschool music classes develop better learning skills that carry on throughout their educational life.

     
    The Little Feet Music program will help your child to develop skills such as strengthened self image and self assurance, improved concentration and listening skills, as well as offering lots of opportunities for social interaction. 
     
    Children have a natural love for singing, moving to music, dancing, jumping, clapping and tapping. We use these skills to develop their brains and creativity through an entertaining, fun and educational music program.
     
    There have been over 8000 children attend Little Feet Music classes!
     
    6-12 months – 30 minute classes
    Children and adults participate in songs, dances and playing percussion instruments.  Fun, colorful puppets and simple instruments are used and there are lots of finger and lap plays.  These sessions are great for child/parent bonding and for giving parents and carers musical ideas to use at home.
     
    1-2 years – 30 minute classes
    Listening skills are enhanced – children start to learn how to identify changes in music (e.g., start and stop) and musical elements such as dynamics (loud and quiet), tempo (fast and slow) and timbre (characteristics of sounds).  There’s lots of singing, dancing, clapping and jumping!
     
    2-3 years – 40 minute classes
    There’s dancing, jumping and wriggling, playing musical games, learning about taking it in turns, meeting some interesting and friendly puppets, learning colors and counting through music and generally having a great fun time.  Listening and social skills are developed and nurtured.
     
    3-4 years – 40 minute classes
    Children develop conscious learning of beat, tempo, dynamics and pitch through stimulating games, directed movement, songs and rhymes.  Musical elements are expanded on and the focus is on having fun while gaining an understanding of music. 
     
    4-5 years – 40 minute classes
    Children learn some of the symbols which represent musical sounds and rests and learn how to play simple songs/melodies on the chime bars.  Simple notation and the concept of reading from left to right are built upon. There’s lots of structured musical game playing and solo singing opportunities in a relaxed and friendly environment.  Children who participate in Little Feet Music’s 4-5 year old program can confidently move onto learning a musical instrument.
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    The term fee includes a Little Feet Music song book with lots of the songs we do in the classes.  There's a new book for every term!
    You can bring different aged siblings to the same class and get a discount of up to 40%!
    Term 1 2019 Timetable
    Term 1 2019 runs from Tuesday, 5 February to Friday, 5 April 2019
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    Pricing and Admissions:

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  • Address
    Address: Liardet Community Centre, 154 Liardet St. Port Melbourne
    Melbourne
    Victoria
    3207
    Australia
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