When going out on a trip around Melbourne, make sure to visit the best attractions in Melbourne for kids!
Want classes in Melbourne? There are many kids classes available in your area.
It’s important to give your children the best opportunities in life, whether it be academic, taking up a new hobby or skill or allowing their creativity to flourish. Classes are important to help your kid find out themselves that they are capable of doing more.
Outside the school curriculum, you can enroll your child to special classes and have them start young.
See below what your city has to offer:
Through dance, movement and music, kids develop fine motor skills and confidence. Classes cater for preschoolers to school aged children.
Available dance programs include:
Offering fun and educational music children, Mini Maestros makes the little ones play and jiggle to joyful music playing. It’s a great bonding time with parents too as everyone sings, dances and plays percussive instruments and musical games to stimulate the children’s creativity and imagination.
Classes introduce children to musical concepts such as beat, rhythm, dynamics, form and notation. All of these develop the whole child by encouraging learning with their speech development, listening skills, social skills and physical skills.
Immerse your child with a beautiful foreign language, learning Italian. Bravissimi’s fun and comprehensive program allows learners to engage with the language through games, stories, art, dance and puppets. Becoming multilingual would lead to improvement in children’s overall cerebral development; better academic results, social and cultural awareness.
Baby/Toddlers: 6 months – 3 years old
Kinder: 3 -5 years old
After School: 5 – 16 years old
Advanced: 5 – 12 years old
Nurturing talents of young artists in a safe and non-competitive environment is key to their ethos. Through improvisational games and active participation, children and teenagers are encouraged to express their individuality, self-confidence and self-esteem. This form of learning gives them a better chance of success whether they follow a career in acting or or not.
Children Classes for ages 7 – 12
A 2-hour weekly class is offered on:
Wednesday afternoons – Kew
Saturday mornings – Clifton Hill.
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Teenage Classes for ages 12 – 17
A weekly class is offered on:
Monday afternoons – Clifton Hill
Thursday afternoons – Kew
Is your child looking for an alternative artistic class? Perhaps mosaicing is for them. Unlike painting or pottery which require a trained hand, mosaicing is like putting together many puzzles pieces to create a remarkable glass collage of bright, vivid colours.
Age range: 8 – 15
Workshop sessions are available on:
Tuesdays and Thursdays during term time.
During the holidays they run Holiday programs instead.