Note: All Sprouting Melodies classes will be held virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic
Sprouting Melodies® Sing! Play! Move! Grow!
Are you looking for an interactive class that helps you learn how to use music to calm, stimulate, and bond with your child; to enhance your child’s development; to meet other parents with children the same age as yours; and to interact with your child through music? Then Sprouting Melodies classes are for you!!
Sprouting Melodies® is an award-winning early childhood music program. It is the only early childhood music program created by music therapists and offered through Board Certified Music Therapists who complete the Raising Harmony™ early childhood training. Children with special needs are welcome in all classes!
Child-centered, family music experiences
Sprouting Melodies® offers a distinctly different, development-based approach to infant and toddler music classes. Age-specific classes for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers include songs, instrument play and movement that encourage musical, social, physical, and emotional growth.
Each class provides an engaging environment aimed at enhancing important skills such as communication, self-organization, and interaction.
All of the songs used in our Sprouting Melodies classes are created or adapted by Board Certified Music Therapists to address areas of development in young children. By using our songbook and singing the songs at home, you are providing the repetition that your child needs to learn, as well as engaging in a really fun activity with your child. These songs are great for car rides, dinnertime preparation, waiting in the doctor’s office or any other time of transition.
Make these songs your own and find all of the wonderful ways that will encourage your child to grow into the beautiful, incredible little being that they are. And most importantly, have fun making music.
With their expertise in music therapy and special training in early childhood development, Sprouting Melodies Providers™ are uniquely qualified to cater to the needs of individual children within groups. They also teach parents how music can strengthen bonds, engage cooperation and transform situations within the family.