(18 months – 3½ years) 45 minutes with parent/caregiver
Your toddler and the train make a natural match—always on the move. Bring your own stuffed animals for the petting zoo. Pretend to be a polar bear. Sing songs for clapping time and use music to help children regulate emotions.
Home materials include a hardcover book, animal shaped shaker, CD with lyrics and home activities poster. (Sibling kit includes a hardcover book and animal shaped shaker.)
On the Road
(3½ – 5 years) 60 minutes, adults join the last 10 – 15 minutes
Relive your childhood, with your child. Every song is likely to revive a memory from your summers’ past. Play Eye Spy and find shapes in the clouds to pass the time. Take imaginary trips to vacation destinations in a bus named "Van Go”. Parents will learn more about how music improves a preschooler's ability to think, reason, create and express. Each class will include an art activity.
Home materials include hardcover book, frog guiro instrument, home CD, and home activities poster. (Sibling kit includes hardcover book and frog instrument.)
Session I: May 30-June 28, 2017 (5 weeks)
Session II: July 11- August 9, 2017 (5 weeks)
Tuesday, 9:00-10:00, On the Road (3.5-5 years)
Tuesday, 10:30-11:15, Zoo Train (18 mos-3.5 years)
Wednesday, 9:30-10:15, Zoo Train (18 mos-3.5 years)
New families receive a free preview class!
Church of the Three Crosses
333 W. Wisconsin (at Sedgwick)
- Registrations are taken via our website (checks sent in separately).
- Children are considered registered when the materials fee is received.
- Materials fees are non-refundable.
- No tuition will be prorated or credited for any missed classes during the session.
- Families taking Our Time/Zoo Train may attend the alternate day (if available) for a make-up class if the original day is missed.
- Class enrollment is limited to a minimum of 6 students and a maximum of 10. Classes which do not meet the minimum enrollment will be canceled.
- Siblings are welcome if they are enrolled in the class or during the end of class for Imagine That.
For more information about Kindermusik, visit the Kindermusik Website.
Janet Janz has been involved with young children and music since 1983. Currently, she is the director and cello teacher at the Suzuki Music School of Lincoln Park. Jan also teaches at the Merit School of Music and plays cello with the Lakeview Symphony Orchestra. She is a licensed Kindermusik educator.