mainly music is a fun music group for parents/primary care-givers to enjoy together with their young child.
Children are introduced to music, creativity and more, plus families are given a chance to think about the God-part of life.
Tuesdays at 10am - 11.30am during school terms in our church hall.
Cost $8 per family per session.
For more details email Carlee Hutton at email@example.com or leave a message at the office on 9589 3094.
About mainly music
- young children and their care-givers enjoying music, rhyme, rhythm, creative dance and more
- young children developing skills - co-ordination, fine motor movements, large motor movements, social interaction, appreciation of music and musical styles, language development
- providing children with a structured learning environment and then a time of free play
- bringing adult and child together for a time of safe interaction, and in doing so, teaching adults rhymes and songs that can be used at home to help with cleaning up, colours, counting, and more
- an opportunity for parents to network with other parents of young children
- celebration of Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day - reminding parents that they are undertaking a very important role as parent
mainly music is an opportunity for adults and young children to build memories and spend time together, sharing special time with each other the aim of mainly music.
The aim of mainly music is to provide an environment where young children develop skills to enhance their early education, through the use of music, rhythm, rhyme, and other music related activities with the participation of a parent or primary caregiver.
Each week, parents and caregivers bring their children for a thirty-minute session of music, rhyme, movement, listening and more. The adults must participate in the session, and in fact, it is vital that they do so, because this encourages the children to enter into the actions and singing. At this session, adults and children are given snacks and refreshments. This allows time for children to enjoy each others company, and to develop social skills. It also allows those adults who don’t have a wide circle of friends to be introduced to others who have young children and they are therefore able to support each other.