Thanks to Pamela Dale for
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of the Redwoods creates and runs innovative music and movement curricula that
nurture the cognitive, emotional, language, social, physical, and musical
development of children and involve families in the joy of their children's
For more than 4 years, Kindermusik of the Redwoods has continued to grow and
expand it's offerings in order to reach a steadily growing population of
children and families in Marin. We are today the leading early childhood musical
education program in Marin County. The
results are programs and musical products of unparalleled quality under a brand
that parents know and trust as the leader in early childhood music and movement
Kindermusik is a very unique program combining
all the aspects of music together to form an amazing
musical appreciation experience. We
meet once a week for about 45 minutes. During
class we sing, listen, read, dance and play instruments.
The curriculum combines music of many genres and styles, including folk,
jazz, international, orchestral, vocal, and opera.
We also recite nursery rhymes to emphasize the continuous steady beat.
Children learn concepts such as steady beat, rhythm, pitch, lento and presto,
piano and forte, high and low, staccato and legato as well as many others.
Through structured play the end result is quite amazing. You can look on Kindermusik
International's website to find out more information.
introduced to children at a young age has been proven to develop mathematical
skills as well as increasing the size of the brain.
You can read more about all the benefits
in a study by Sam Houston State
University. Lastly, it is a ton of fun
for both your child, and the child inside of you.
a moment - visit our classes and view our products on this site. You can enroll
your children online in one of our classes, visit our online musical product
store and read our bi-monthly newsletters. Please browse our web site and feel
free to contact us with any
comments or questions you may have.
Bisserier, August 2002