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God's Children Sing

Ages: 1 year to 5 years

Class Length: 30 minutes, once a week.

Class Options: Classes run from Friday February 3rd  through Friday, May 5th, from 10:00 to 10:30 AM.

No registration required! Complimentary parent book, CD, and instrument set included at the end of your first class.

Class Description: 

Sharing our faith provides the central theme for the activities in each lesson. Each lesson provides a personal invitation to you, your child, and your family to share your faith in celebration through music.

 

Each lesson will provide an opportunity for your child to experience music through singing and vocal play, moving, listening, exploring musical concepts, and playing musical instruments.

 

All of the materials are presented in different ways throughout the curriculum: through fingerplays, creative movement, stories, poems, dramatic play, songs, and musical activities.

 

It is our hope that you will use your home as a place to nurture and support your family’s exploration of the traditions and stories of our faith. We hope the songs and musical activities become a part of your family’s daily routine – a bedtime prayer, a mealtime blessing, or a morning song of praise. The act of making music together will play a significant role in your child’s development of body, mind, and spirit.

 

We also wish to draw the children into the worship experience of our community and invite all Musikgarten families to join us at 9:00am or 11:00am for service on Sunday Mornings. Nursery care is provided.

  

Email Morgan Gibbs at stgbyouth@gmail.com or call 810-229-6670 for more information.

Youth Director/Musikgarten Director

St. George Lutheran Church, Brighton, MI

Musical Goals: Feel and demonstrate steady beat; encourage singing; introduce rhythm and tonal patterns; recognize musical forms; play a variety of age-appropriate instruments; acquire a bank of familiar songs. 

Developmental Goals: Develop gross and fine motor skills; build cognitive connections; develop language connections and aural skills; exhibit body awareness and self-regulation; strengthen social, emotional and self-help skills.

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