Ages Newborn to 1.5
Busy Days: Set your baby's day to classical music. With a little more Tchaikovsky in your "Twinkle, Twinkle" repertoire, you'll discover new ways your baby benefits from the classics.
Peek-A-Boo! I Love You: You loved your baby from the first moment. We'll show you new ways to say it in a language your baby understands--through songs, sign language, infant massage, and baby-parent dances.
Ages 1.5 to 3
Zoo Train!: Your toddler and the train make a natural match--always on the move. And when you both dance and make the featured animal sounds, your toddler develops the multisensory and listening skills necessary for permanent learning. You'll love knowing that every happy "choo-choo" moment develops rhythm and fine motor coordination.
Creatures in My Backyard: With backyard inspired activities, you can talk about things outside and how they connect to things in the classroom. Together you'll run and jump rain puddles made from hula hoops. Shoo real flies and sing "Shoo Fly" and be the seed from the seed's perspective.
Creatures at the Ocean: Sing sailor songs and make your own ocean of imagination. Every activity really counts when this camp puts the learning in song such as "Five little seashells lying on the shore: Swish! Went the waves and then there were four."
Ages 3 to 5
On the Road: All the silly car ride games and itchy-scratchy songs of summer make this camp a joyful learning experience for your child. Pass on all the greats such as Eye Spy and find shapes in the clouds in a new "Kindermusical" way.
Confetti Days!: Celebrate a new party each lesson in this circus and party-inspired camp. Ride a carousel inside the classroom. Play a balancing game and walk on a web of ropes. Learn colors and sing the Spanish song "De Colores."
Ages 4 to 7
Tell Me A Tale: Through storytelling, your child will develop an early awareness of rhythm, movement, singing, and drama. Each lesson features a new tale, explored through multi-instrument and multicultural elements.
Around the World: Say hello in five languages when you visit a different area each lesson: Germany, Japan, Africa, England, and Mexico. Play the native instruments. Drape sheets over cardboard boxes, sing over the German mountaintops, and more.