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Come and play with songs... stories... movement games... rhythm instruments... improvisation... art... dance... fun!
Open to all children 5 months-6 years old and their parents/caregivers. Please note: the parent/caregiver who attends the classes must be vaccinated. Adult caregivers and children over age 2 must wear a mask. Each class runs for 12 weeks and classes will be limited to 6 families each to allow for social distancing.
Faculty: Heather Oberheim
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This class will open the social structure of caregivers and young babies in a safe, musical way. We will explore movement with song, try out percussion instruments, and provide moments to engage with your child. Caregivers will be provided time at the start and end of class for social engagement and stories of development and parenting. We will keep up the spirit of music and bonding as we sing and move with our babies.
Students will engage in percussion instruments and fun songs of various cultures as we stimulate rhythm and beat. As the class progresses, children will explore music through dance, song and a prop. The class will then slow down with a storytime and group meditation moment. There will be time at the end of class for social engagement and fun.
This multi-age class will take place over Zoom, and is designed for families to explore instruments, songs, dance, and rhythmic games together. It is a time of social engagement at all age levels. Children will play instruments, explore props through dance and song, learn marching and moving rhythm games, and end the class with a story and meditation time.
Faculty: Heather Oberheim R-DMT teaches early childhood Music & Movement at the Music School throughout the year. She also travels to other sites to teach through the School’s Music in the Community Initiative (MICI), including programs with pre-school special needs children and Laconia teens enrolled in an early childhood education program. Oberheim earned her undergraduate degree at Colby-Sawyer College, majoring in psychology with a concentration in dance. She also holds a master’s degree in dance movement therapy from Antioch New England Graduate School.
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