"Growing Sound" Family Music Workshops

Family Music is fun but did you know that music also plays a crucial role in the social and emotional development of children? From infancy to early childhood, engaging in musical activities can have a profound impact on a child’s social skills, emotional well-being, and overall cognitive growth.  Designed for children, family, caretakers and child development professionals to enjoy together, the original songs and interactive activities in our new programming are pulled right from research to help children:
  • Build Perseverance and Intellectual Growth
  • Develop Self-Confidence, Social Interaction, and Self-Regulation
  • Prevent Childhood Bullying
  • Alleviate Anxiety and Promote Well-being
  • Help Cognitive Brain Development
  • Develop a Sense of Belonging
  • Develop Coping Skills in Stressful Times
  • Know Their Own Strength By Using Character Science

“Self-talk” songs help children internalize a positive dialogue about themselves, other people, and the world. “Experiential” songs help children experience and practice the emotional control skills we want them to learn. “Story” songs help them step into the shoes of another and begin the essential skill of empathy. Finally, “concept” songs help teach more abstract social skills.

Sing, move, dance and learn to songs that promote social-emotional development; Fun and engaging, heart-felt and thought-provoking, bring the whole family and connect through the power of song!

Take just one, or all, this program lends to a flexible schedule, and each workshop covers new songs as well as builds on concepts to support new and returning students alike. 

While this program is best for families with young children, ages 3-6, older and younger siblings can benefit and participate, bring the whole family!

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