Interactive Music Classes for New Parents
Babies up to 9 months, with adults
Your little one was born ready to make music! In this special class for parents with babies under 9 months old, you'll learn lots of fun, interactive music activities that will support your child's growth in multiple areas, including physical, socio-emotional, language, and early brain development. Your teacher, an expert in early childhood musical development from infancy, will also share ideas for how music can help you get through your day. And, you'll join a community of other parents who are just as sleep-deprived as you!
|No Screen Time for Baby!
In Babies Classes Online, your teacher will guide you to position your infant so they are looking at YOU, not the screen. You will follow the teacher while your baby watches you, and you will leave each class inspired to make each day more musical.
All Music Together® classes use our award-winning music, loved by children and grownups alike. (Some of our parents have even been caught singing along when their children aren't around!) Listen to samples of a few favorites, plus download our "Hello Everybody" app to hear eight free, full-length songs.
|See our Babies Class Schedule|
Extra Care for our Babies Families
Meet other new parents! Families stay after class to connect and chat with each other.
Weekly class recordings. It's easy to have class anytime if babies are asleep or fussy during your live weekly class.
Don't worry if you miss a class. Register for a scheduled weekly class, but attend any of our Babies classes during the week if you are unable to make it to your regular class.
Invite the grandparents! Some grandparents haven't met their grandbabies yet and are delighted to see them each week in music class!
|"My baby's eyes light up at the first note of Hello Song! The program format with tips on how to introduce your baby to music worked really well for our non-musical little family. And actually, after taking the class I realize we are a musical family!"|
|"The infant class has been a wonderful way for me to bond with my baby. She just started shaking eggs and playing drums at home--really shows how babies are born music makers!"|