Rock n Roll

Music and Motion

Weekly music and movement classes for toddlers.

Early Childhood Music Class Rock n Roll

Rock n Roll is a high-energy and stimulating music and movement class for toddlers and their grown-up.  Each weekly class session contains a variety of music and movement based activities with age-appropriate themes and musical selections. Children will experience the developmental benefits of music in a setting that makes it fun for them as well as for mom, dad or caregiver!

Moving to Music

Whether they're a buzzing bee or a shooting rock star, your toddler will learn to listen and move to music, developing their locomotor skills and active listening capabilities. Babies will enjoy moving and grooving with their caregiver in a sensory-rich environment!

Sing Alongs

Sing-along songs are a perfect way to incorporate musical routines into class and at home! Whether it's singing the 'clean up song' after instrument exploration or helping clean up the toys back at home, children from a very early age respond positively to music and song in their daily routines.

Instrument Exploration

Using age-appropriate instruments, such as shakers and hand-bells, babies and toddlers will enjoy exploring exciting new sounds and developing their active listening skills!

Active Listening/Story Time

For each class, a different theme-related story will be told, offering opportunities for movement and memory-based activities related to the story/theme.

Group Activities

Group dances and musical activities are great ways to improve coordination, boost confidence, and build life-long friendships!

All activities include appropriate movement options for toddlers and caregiver/babies.

Sample Rock n Roll Syllabus

Rock n Roll Syllabus

Benefits of Music

  • Challenges the brain in new ways
  • New motor skills must be learned and coordinated
  • Profound and seemingly permanent changes in the brain structure


Music & Mathematics

  • Patterns of chords, notes and key changes
  • Counting of beats, rests & how long to hold notes
  • Geometry to remember correct finger positions for notes or chords
  • Sequences called intervals are the differences between notes
  • Ratios, proportions and equivalent fractions understanding are required to read music


Music & Reading

  • Strong association between music instruction & reading ability
  • Positive transfer occurs between language and reading
  • More music skills result in greater degree of phonological awareness
  • Music perception taps and enhances auditory areas


(How the Brain Learns by David Sousa, pg 225-229) Read More