Music Makers Classes: Pueblo (Multilingual)







Limited spaces available


Monthly Plan


Standard Tuition

Registration Fee: $150.

Take-Home & In-Class Materials: $385

Semester Payment Options

FULL (Discounted)  | Monthly (Standard)

Online Payment Methods

Bank Transfer   |  Credit Card   | Cash via WiPay 

ST.AUG DCFA UWI - Saturdays 10:20am

MHP PNA / ONLINE - Coming soon

GULF VIEW S'DO - Coming soon

In-Person Classes
Online Classes
45 mins weekly
Semester: 17 Sessions

What activities are done in this Musical Pueblo class?

Singing, tonal and rhythm patterns, poetry and storytelling, movement activities, guided listening, playing familiar melodies on pitched instruments and manipulative games. 


Rudimentary music skills such as pitch matching, beat competency, ensemble development, and music notation are dealt with using themes from the child's home environment and natural surroundings. Children begin learning more about rests, common melodic patterns, rhythmic patterns, tempo, dynamics and instrument classification etc.

Whether it's building a paper boat, making a pair of maracas from scratch or colouring poster pages,

we do artwork too, all part of helping develop their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.


This class is all about community "pueblo" and is Level I of our Piano Preparatory curriculum designed to bridge the gap between earlier Family Music classes and the groundbreaking Music Makers At the Piano class up ahead.

 Parents/Caregivers sit in towards the end of the session for review.

Explore the benefits for my primary schooler

Children 4-6yrs are still actively developing their physical bodies and need to move their bodies to learn. Therefore they will readily learn many musical and language concepts (e.g. opposites loud/quiet) readily through movement based exploration.


Learning and Memory |  Listening Skills. | Creativity & Imagination. | 

Coordination & Balance | Vocal Development | Teamwork on a whole other level!   .


Truly Bilingual | Versatile Communicator | Cultural Ambassador |

We encourage and support continued musical play and learning at home with families.

We'll provide you with:

•important information on children's (musical) development on a regular basis via our newsletters

•access to our e-learning page with suggested home activities and supplementary themed videos.
You'll also have ready resources at your fingertips with:

• fun family packets including Packets with themed materials for use at home to increase family involvement in the learning process and foster the love and appreciation of music and nature.