3-5 YRS

Using movement and musical games, visuals and instruments to develop musical outcomes

MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 - 4 YEARS

Pre-school ages develop earliest musical comprehension through a range of thoughtfully woven music activities, using visual resources, a range of instruments (un-tuned and tuned), musical games and notation flash cards. As a precursor to instrumental lessons, music appreciation classes capture imaginative musical play whilst embedding a thorough understanding of how music works. 

 

PIANO APPRECIATION 4 - 5 YEARS

Now the fun really begins! Lessons are driven by the child’s sense of curiosity in how music works. With song, notation and appropriate piano technique, lessons are an excellent introduction to notation and piano learning.

STRINGS APPRECIATION 4 - 5 YEARS

Using a creatively structured framework that nurtures all aspects of learning string instruments such as violin, ukulele and guitar. Musical games are weaved into aural notation, posture and instrumental technique.

 

INSTRUMENTAL APPRECIATION 4 - 5 YEARS

Instrumental Appreciation is perfect as a first introduction to music making and a natural progression from our Music Appreciation sessions.  We encapsulate creative-led approaches that are ideal for younger children to understand the mechanisms of an instrument and understanding of music as a topic.

Music House for Children is guided by UK’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) guidelines to nurture learning and life-skills. Predominant key areas widely acknowledged across the world are

  • Communication and language

  • Physical development     

  • Personal, social and emotional development

Our early years programmes nurture all these areas using up to 8 modules, each with a specific aim. In addition to music, our programmes incorporate

  • Words and language

  • Mathematics and analysis               

  • Understanding the world through topics

  • Expressive multi-arts

 MUSIC APPRECIATION CLASSES
House-of-Music_weheartpictures-0126.jpg
 MUSIC APPRECIATION CLASSES