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Musikgartens Cycle of the Seasons

Musikgarten’s Cycle of the Seasons

Ages 3–5 years. A musical celebration of the year for young children is a 45-minute class with caregiver. Activities are designed to nurture musical, as well as overall development and include singing, beat/rhythm activities, movement exploration, listening, poems, stories and playing instruments. Musical concepts, such as rhythmic and melodic patterns, tempo, dynamics and timbre are experienced in many ways. Optional packet for $45 which includes a parent book, 2 CDs and 8 animal listening game cards. No min, max. 8.

Anja Scheidel

Art Center of Saint Peter, 315 S Minnesota Ave.,

$50 per child ($30 each additional sibling)

 

Mondays (4 weeks) , 3:15–4 p.m.

Sess. 1: Feb. 3–Mar. 2, Register by Jan. 27. CY-W01

Sess. 2: Mar. 9–30, Register by Mar. 2. CY-W02

Sess. 3: Apr. 6–May 4, (skip 4/13) Register by Mar. 30. CY-W03

 

Mondays (4 weeks) , 6:10–6:55 p.m.

Sess. 1: Feb. 3–Mar. 2, Register by Jan. 27. CY-W04

Sess. 2: Mar. 9–30, Register by Mar. 2. CY-W05

Sess. 3: Apr. 6–May 4, (skip 4/13) Register by Mar. 30. CY-W06

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CY-W02 Sess. 2 - Mar. 9-30 afternoon 3/9/20-
3/30/20
3:15 PM -
4:00 PM
Mon. Arts Center of Saint Peter
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Musikgarten Curriculum & Classes

Six class levels are offered in this Kodaly, Orff Schulwerk and Montessori based curriculum. The first three lay a strong aural and sensory-motor foundation for musicality. This also serves as an excellent foundation for cognitive, emotional, social and physical development. The final three piano group classes are a sequential curriculum leading to musical literacy, i.e., “the ability to see what you hear, and hear what you see in musical notation.”