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Little Music: small, calm group Suzuki Method classes for children ages 0-3

Our small, calm group classes for children age 0-3 with grown-up (Suzuki Early Childhood Education) are filling up quickly for our 12-week Winter session in January 2020.

To avoid disappointment, please visit our website listed below, to view our locations and secure your spot!

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THE LITTLE MUSIC DIFFERENCE:
• Purposefully small classes
• Pedagogical approach to early music education, with real teachers
• The Suzuki Method develops real music ability in babies and toddlers
• The Suzuki Method is based on creating joy and happiness through playing music
• Teachers observe and track every student’s progress, and guide them to find success and growth in ability, music skills and prosocial behaviour
• Children build talent and a foundation for instrument learning at an early age
• Little Music teachers are qualified through the Suzuki Association of the Americas, and trained to the highest standards of excellence associated with the Suzuki Method

“Beyond expectation. Our whole family loves this class.” – Nick D., dad to Arlo (18 mos)

French Music Program

Our music program for babies and toddlers (6 months to 3 years old) is offered to promote language learning in a fun environment. Children are exposed to the new language through traditional and vocabulary building songs, dance, and props, such as puppets, instruments, parachute, lullabies and more.
Through the songs we will work on different subjects such us colors, weather and nature, animals, parts of the face and body, days of the week, opposites, fruits and vegetables, salutations and basic words, etc.
Every class includes festive visual aids and surprises, that contribute to create an excited atmosphere where children are engaged and having fun participating and singing the songs in the new language.
Our amazing native teachers will transmit the language in a fun way and help the students absorb the artistic, charming and lively culture that comes with the language.
We provide a music book that includes the lyrics to encourage the repetition and practice at home.
This fall we will have two sessions of seven weeks with each class lasting for 45 minutes. The first session will run from September 13 to October 25 and the second session will run from November 1 to December 13.

Spanish Music Program

Our music program for babies and toddlers (6 months to 3 years old) is offered to promote language learning in a fun environment. Children are exposed to the new language through traditional and vocabulary building songs, dance, and props, such as puppets, instruments, parachute, lullabies and more.
Through the songs we will work on different subjects such us colors, weather and nature, animals, parts of the face and body, days of the week, opposites, fruits and vegetables, salutations and basic words, etc.
Every class includes festive visual aids and surprises, that contribute to create an excited atmosphere where children are engaged and having fun participating and singing the songs in the new language.
Our amazing native teachers will transmit the language in a fun way and help the students absorb the artistic, charming and lively culture that comes with the language.
We provide a music book that includes the lyrics to encourage the repetition and practice at home.
This fall we will have two sessions of seven weeks with each class lasting for 45 minutes. The first session will run from September 13 to October 25 and the second session will run from November 1 to December 13.

Canadian Theatre Educators’ Conference

The Canadian Theatre Educators’ Conference is a meeting place for those who practice the rigorous art of training actors and theatre-makers. It is an opportunity for us to learn from one another, and become better teachers for our students.

Our unique theatre ecology demands a unique theatre education practice. While theatre education conferences exist in the US and internationally, this is the first opportunity for theatre educators in Canada to meet and talk specifically about our craft.

The conference will be taking place on July 28th and 29th at Artscape Youngplace in Toronto. For more information, or to register, please visit www.canadiantheatreeducatorsconference.com