Music classes for 1-2 year olds. Heigh-Ho Music, 12mths+, Monkey Music Wandsworth & Tooting, Loopla

Heigh-Ho Music, 12mths+, Southfields, Wandsworth Common, Southfields

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Welcome to Monkey Music baby and toddler classes! Monkey Music classes offer a safe, supportive and nurturing environment, where parents, carers and children meet in small groups to enjoy our interactive musical activities. There are 4 stages of classes, each tailored specifically to support young families with babies, toddlers and pre-school children aged between 3 months and 4 years of age. Since we began nearly 30 years ago, there have been over 2.5 million hours of Monkey Music classes and the benefits of our classes are very far reaching… “The psychological benefits of such classes/groups to both parents and children are significant. They act as a form of crucial peer support with the added benefit of the music focus which is important for mental wellbeing. As we know, the mental health of the parents impacts the mental health and development of the child” Monkey Music Parent and Parent-Infant Psychotherapist Monkey Music classes for babies and toddlers are hosted by our wonderful team of Monkey Music teachers who are all fully trained to deliver our unique, educational and progressive curricula. Join us at Monkey Music and support your child as they learn new skills in a magical, musical environment. Book today and share precious time together with your little one - your first class is FREE!
from £12.50 per session
from £162.50 per term
Category Music
Ages Covered 1-2 Years
Booking required Yes

About Heigh-Ho Music, 12mths+

Our Monkey Music Heigh-Ho classes are suitable for children aged 12 months and over.

Monkey’s action songs have been specially written to support your child's early language development. Colourful props will aid the children's visual memory while repeated actions reinforce a feel for the ‘steady beat’.

Monkey will encourage your child to express the music that they hear with their whole bodies, moving and dancing freely around the room.