After School Programs (Friday)
3:30-4:20pm Age 3+
S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) is a great way for students to learn in early childhood to work in teams, collaborate and share ideas to investigate, create and reach a solution. The procedure will encourage them to think outside the box, and they will get to present to their peers what they have learned or found out, which will enhance their confidence in presentation skills! It will strengthen their fine motor skills in a fun way!
After School Program
Little Mozart Music
3:30-4:20pm Ages 1+
Music ignites all areas of child development and skills for school readiness. This includes intellectual, social-emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy! It helps the body and the mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Utilizing egg shakers, tambourines, Japanese Taiko, and even African bongos and electric piano gathering all of the musical instruments, with silk scarves, batons, hula hoops, and even bubbles are all great options! Students love experimenting with different sounds they can make. Children enjoy hearing music and experiencing something tangible at
the same time. We will also introduce marvelous classic composers and their music. Listening to music from classical music composers such as Beethoven and Mozart at a young age has been proven to increase concentration skills in many young children. Studies also found that children who listen to those specific musicians are more self-disciplined. We would strongly recommend this class to the students who love music and dance of all ages. It will be conducted in a mixed-age style so that they are able to learn social skills and develop empathy.
7 Benefits of Music for Preschoolers
• Music and dance engage the brain.
• It helps cultivate communication skills.
• Music and Dance allow kids to express themselves.
• It helps foster physical and gross motor skills.
• Music and dance contribute to creativity and imagination.
• Develop social skills -opportunities to refine how to interact with and respect others.
• Encourage self-esteem and confidence. They learn to build empathy, which is key to healthy social-emotional growth