(Video) Atlanta Music Classes for Children: Music Together with Miss Wendy

Here’s the video I produced for Music Together Miss Wendy, Atlanta music classes for children, featuring the educational and social benefits of music education. Keep reading to learn how to register for her Fall 2013 classes in North Decatur, Georgia and enjoy a complimentary music event for your family. Registration is open now for classes beginning September 9th.


Comment below: Have your children taken music classes? What role do you think music education has in building skills for babies, toddlers and preschoolers?

(Video) Atlanta Music Classes for Children

A.J.’s Music Skills

A.J. loves to dance and make music. He got a drum for his first birthday that he still loves.

In Miss Wendy’s class he’s been exposed to more instruments, new types of music and new friends.

He’s learned to take turns and the difference between up tempo and classical music

 

Register for Music Together with Miss Wendy

Fall 2013 Schedule: September 9 – November 11, 2013

Location: Clairmont Presbyterian Church on Clairmont Rd in North Decatur, GA

Pick a date/time that works for you

Mondays:  10:00a – 10:45a

Wednesdays:  10:00a – 10:45a

Thursdays:  3:45p – 4:30p

Cost: $40 registration per family includes two (2) cds. Tuition: $120 ($100 for 2nd sibling; $80 for 3rd sibling)

Suggest another date and time by e-mailing Miss Wendy: musictogetherwithmisswendy@gmail.com

Visit the Music Together with Wendy website. Follow Miss Wendy on Facebook to get updates on classes and demonstrations.

Eat Pizza Together, Make Music Together

“Miss Wendy will lead families in a free, fun-filled music and movement experience. Expect finger plays, chants, moovin’, groovin’, instrument play, & a rollickin’ good time!”

Wednesday, August 28th

11:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Sapori di Napoli’s patio at 314 Church St. in Decatur, Georgia.

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About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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8 comments

  1. How fun! We used to go to a similar music class! Great times!
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  2. Aww! How much fun is that! My children used to do this when they were younger. It’s important to expose kids to music at an early age.

  3. Looks like the kids are having a great time!! Giving the gift of music to children is so important to future generations.
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  4. My daughter took music classes when she was very young and enjoyed them so much. It was a great way to spend time together.
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  5. I still haven’t put my children in music classes. I want to so bad. I want my children to learn piano. I don’t know what I am waiting on. …….. Yes I do. SMH! (Mulah!)
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  6. OMGosh! How amazing. I wish we lived closer; I would love to take my boys! They are great tambourine and drum players at home, but I can’t carry a note in a large basket. I would love to give them more musical help while they are young!

  7. This sounds like so much fun.
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