“Let us take our children seriously! Everything else follows this…
only the best is good enough for a child.”

Zoltan Kodaly

A Strong Foundation For Early Learning

We all know that everyone loves music, but are you aware of the fact that music is one of the best things for a child’s developing brain? Your baby’s brain is filled with billions of neurons waiting to be connected through sensory stimulation. Our baby music classes offer a sensory-rich yet caring and gentle environment. The activities and relationships you engage in there will develop and strengthen your baby’s neural pathways, enhance your growing parent-child bond, and help you understand the how’s and why’s of your baby’s development.

In class, babies and infants explore and react to new sounds, sensations, and environments. They begin to use developmentally appropriate instruments like shakers, rattles, drums, and tambourines in instrument-play activities that engage and develop both hemispheres of the brain. They benefit from both side-by-side plays with other babies, and cuddling and rocking time with you. In baby class you’ll get to babble, hum, and dance together–all key ingredients in your baby’s development of early social skills.

Older babies will start to develop both gross- and-fine motor skills through finger plays and movement activities. They’ll discover more about how their bodies work and move, as they become new walkers.

The objective of the mother and child music session is to create a special bond (touch, games, feeling) between mother and child along with good music listening and learning.

It’s never too early to give your baby a musical start. Come join the fun and experience the delight of watching your baby learn and grow in AMEC’s baby classes.