This is the first Suzuki Early Childhood Education Class available in the Reston area for Baby & Toddler!
Newsummer mini session July 3, 10, 17 at 10:30 AM at Riverside Church, Sterling, VA. Special pricing for the 3 sessions.
Classes at Music Spectrum School for the Arts in Herndon are held Tuesday mornings at 10:30 AM through June 19.
You will receive the CD, Lullabies, Action Songs and Rhymes, the Suzuki ECE booklet with lyrics to accompany the CD, and a journal when you pay a one-time $30 registration fee.
Contact us to try out an introductory free class to see what we are about.
Babies can attend free until they are 6 months of age. We want you to see the growth your newborn can make during these early months. Remember, they are like sponges! The only fee ($30) is for the materials which include the CD to play at home for you and baby to learn by listening! The songs and rhymes are the curriculum.
Prenatal parents can attend free. Babies can hear in the womb! Some studies of newborns reveal that babies who hear one piece of music before they are born may respond by appearing more alert and active when you play that piece after birth.
What is different about Suzuki Early Childhood Programs?
The Suzuki ECE program is not a franchise. Our teachers are able to follow the lead of each individual child’s growth in skills to add teaching layers to the program through creativity.
Suzuki ECE recognizes the importance of parent education, and their teachers seek to develop a partnership with parents to help them to create an enriched learning environment in the home.
Suzuki ECE teachers (2 for each class) are trained to foster the baby and toddler’s ability. Unlike most traditional teachers who use the “teach and move on” approach, often following a curriculum that is calendar driven, Suzuki ECE teachers are able to tailor each class to the children they get to know over time.
Both Suzuki ECE teachers in each class assist parents in creating a rich musical environment at home for their babies & toddlers.
The baby & toddler class uses a constant curriculum over a three-year period to ensure thorough mastery, another Suzuki principle.
Find out what a Suzuki Early Childhood Class looks like in these videos: