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Music Class


Early Lessons: Programs

Benefits of Music Education in Early Childhood

Scientific research proves that music education is as pivotal to kids’ development as other subjects, such as math, science, or literature. It has been established that children who learn to play a musical instrument at an early age get to master other skills quickly. Music impacts children's development and improves their social skills. Furthermore, scientists have determined that musical experiences in childhood can quicken brain development, especially in the areas of language acquisition and reading skills. At Kingwood Arts Academy we have tailor-made one on one classes, as well as small classes for toddlers and preschoolers.


Age Ranges

We have different levels according to the following age ranges: 1-2 years, 2-3 years, 3-4 years, and 4-5 years of age. Classes are taught in a playful environment and include dance, singing and learning musical instruments.

Ages 1-2

Children 1 to 2 years of age will enjoy music classes with their parents, who will actively participate and develop skills that will help their toddlers enjoy music while developing their brains. There is strong connection between rhythm skills and pre-reading abilities in toddlers. Music education also enhances fine motor skills. Toddlers love to dance and move to music, so our classes will include singing, dancing, and clapping to the rhythm of the music. After 1-2 weeks of exposure to a song, your infant will be able to recognize it and distinguish it from a melody not heard before. Also, music classes help strengthen parent-child bonding in a very special way.

Ages 2-3

Children 2 to 3 years of age experience developmental milestones. Toddlers this age will experience big social, emotional, thinking, and learning changes. They will learn and enjoy simple songs, like Baa Baa Black Sheep, and other cultural childhood rhymes. Sometimes this age is called the terrible twos because children want to be independent. At Kingwood Arts Academy we will stimulate this impulse by allowing your child to be independent in singing, dancing, and playing an instrument. Full-fledged participation is a core element in our teaching, adding to the toddler’s eagerness to learn. Music and movement are an excellent way of developing physical and mental skills, and we will motivate your child through the learning of words, patterns, and sounds. As the attention span in a child this age is shorter, our classes will combine quiet and active times. Parents will also participate actively in class.

Ages 3-4

Children 3 to 4 years of age begin a stage also called the magic years, a time when their imagination flies. They ask questions all the time and want to know the reason why of everything that surrounds them. At Kingwood Arts Academy we will encourage their imagination through music. We will let your child make simple choices as to the songs they want to learn, the dances they want to practice, and the instrument they’d like to learn to play. In small classes, children will be encouraged to interact with each other, and performing to an audience will make them feel more confident. At this level we will introduce early music concepts and allow creativity to enhance their love for music.

Ages 4-5

Children 4 to 5 years of age are becoming more independent and self-confident. Most children at this age enjoy singing and rhyming. Skills to be developed are concentration, memory, rhythmic and notation reading. At Kingwood Arts Academy we will foster inspiration and passion for music, conscious of the benefits for the integral development of the child. Our music programs are designed to inspire students to learn and develop a strong musical proficiency. Through creative and engaging musical activities, your child will be able to build strong teamwork skills, grow more confident and independent, and beam with creativity and enthusiasm. Live performances are a fundamental part of Kingwood Arts Academy music teaching. 


A one-time registration fee of $35 is due at the time of registration.


A one-time registration fee of $35 is due at the time of registration.