Music Class

Activities and Game in early childhood is the best foundation for success in school. Our activities will challenge and develop your child’s creativity, imagination, thinking skills, and social skills.

Study after study provides data that demonstrates that children who are exposed to music develop higher IQ’s, and better memory and cognition. Music also releases the neurotransmitter dopamine, improving mood and mental focus.  We all know that singing and rhyming information can make it easier to remember. Plus, music is just fun! Children have a natural and instinctive love for singing, banging drums, shaking rattles, and learning about instruments. There is magic in introducing pre-school children to music and rhythm. It is not only a great way to nurture their intellectual development, it is also a great outlet for their boundless energy. It also provides a way to nurture a child’s creativity.  With all the benefits the music offers, it is obvious that music class is an important part of your child’s early development.


Kids Preschool is a great place for my son to start his schooling experience. He loves being there, especially loves Music classes with Mrs. Arya!


Our music class is designed to introduce your preschooler to the marvelous world of music in a way that is energetic, fun, and geared to their developmental level. They will learn a variety of classic children’s songs that will provide the foundation of their ability to sing. They will play with a variety of children’s instruments such as tambourines, xylophones, rattles and shakers, bells, and toy keyboards.  They become familiar with the sounds that instruments make and how they work. They learn the basic concept of working with others to make music together, teaching valuable lessons in socialization. The learn to move to music and a way that develops their sense of rhythm and dance. Give your budding Mozart their introduction to the world or music today!

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In choosing preschool program that is best for their child, parents should consider the level of openness between the school and the family.

A good preschool teacher understands how children grow and develop. Ask about training and experience working with young children and with a developmentally appropriate curriculum. 

Preschools should offer plenty of opportunities for active play. Physical activity is critical for the development of a child’s gross motor skills and promotes health and well-being.

Growing tots need to rest at some point during a busy preschool day, so don’t forget to ask the teacher when naptime takes place. Ideally, naps should be scheduled at the same time every day and should not last more than two hours (more than that may interfere with your little one getting a good night’s sleep). You’ll need to know if the school supplies a nap mat, sheet, or pillow.


February 2023