Class Descriptions

Mixed Ages 0-5

Weekly, 45-minute classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. These activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences–developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers–regardless of their own musical ability. Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers encourage and influence each other, propelling themselves toward basic music competence.

Jammies (ages 0-5)

Jammies classes are similar to a traditional Mixed-Ages class, but traditionally held later in the evening. Children are invited to wear their PJs to sing and dance, and have a little extra unwind-time before heading home to bed!

Rhythm Kids

In Rhythm Kids® classes, students explore rhythm by playing with music from around the world. Music Together–trained teachers lead dynamic classroom activities designed especially for early elementary students/preschoolers, and the discovery continues at home with the interactive Rhythm Kids videos, easily viewable on our app. As they drum, sing, and move to new rhythms, children naturally build musicality that helps them prepare for formal music lessons. Opportunities to solo, work in ensembles, and improvise support social and listening skills, self-expression, and self-confidence.

Music Together in Schools

Music Together supports the idea that all children are inherently musical beings, and under the right circumstances can easily learn to sing in tune and move to a beat. We also recognize that Music Learning Supports All Learning®. The goal of Music Together in early childhood education is to bring a rich music environment to the entire school community—children, teachers, and families alike. It not only supports the work of the classroom teachers, but also engages parents and gives children what they need to grow musically. Our comprehensive curriculum can be integrated into any school environment, from childcare and preschool settings to public, independent, and faith-based schools.