Family Music Classes - Toddlers (Bilingual)







Limited spaces available


Monthly Plan


Standard Tuition

Registration Fee: $150.

Take-Home & In-Class Materials: $385

Semester Payment Options

FULL (Discounted)  | Monthly 

Online Payment Methods
Bank Transfer   |  Credit Card   | Cash via WiPay 

ST.AUG DCFA UWI / ONLINE - Saturdays 9:00am

SANDO GVCC - Todos Together Class

In-Person Class
Virtual Class
30 mins weekly

Semester: 14 Sessions

What should a music class for toddlers look like?

Sing-along, sing out strong!

Move it, move it!

Focused Listening

Basic Music Concepts

Instrument Exploration

 Sensory Play with Music

Most importantly, class is musically fun!

Explore the benefits for my family

It is well established in neuroscience that singing helps strengthen language  and developing the musical ear strengthens listening skills, aural discrimination, helping children to be more critical listeners and speak clearly.  

     This play-based toddler provides a stimulating and enjoyable learning environment not only laying the foundation for future musical development but also promoting overall growth and development during this critical early childhood stage with a focus to:

     - Cultivate a love for music and languages
     - Support language development and vocabulary expansion
     - Foster cultural awareness and appreciation
     - Stimulate cognitive, emotional, and social development through interactive play
     - Strengthen the parent-child bond through shared musical experiences

 Helping young children learn how to manoevre their bodies through guided movement, balance with calm, focused and quiet moments can improve their impulse control.

In a nurturing and structured musical environment, children start to become aware of social norms for behaviour but the youngest are not expected to conform just yet!

Now hang on parents... it's normal for children to wander during this class, don't worry.. once they're in the environment they're absorbing it all!

Here's what other parents and caregivers say about us…

"So we came and we were not disappointed. She learned things musically and socially; ... waiting her turn, doing what is asked, following instructions. Although it's still challenging to get her to do those things at home, modelling the behaviour from ideas in class has been helpful. 

In terms of her musicianship, she loves the sticks, she has a nice sense of rhythm going, she loves music.. she's becoming more musically inclined. She sings around the house; she sings questions and conversations and puts everything into music"
Mom of Thalia

Started at age 3

"After class I realize that afterwards she would say and do everything and it stays... what she does here (in class), she remembers. 

She would take the pens and play them together like the sticks and she gives me a beat. 

She enjoys it and I am satisfied because I realize that she is learning beats and rhythm and you know that is something people take for granted like you're not always on time, but I'll be very happy if she could develop that skill of getting the steady beat."

Mom of Aurelia

started at age 2

Keep the learning going at home

We encourage and support continued musical play and learning at home with families. We'll provide you with important information on toddler development via our newsletters and access to our e-learing resource page.
You'll also have high quality digital recordings with fine children’s choirs, adult voices and outstanding instrumentalists and your parent guidebook along with rhythm sticks, jingles, colorful scarf, will give you many opportunities for enjoyment.