Early childhood music education for Infants 0-5 years old ‘music is the language of the heart’
We’re happy to let you know that we have opened our enrolment for Symphony Seeds Early Childhood Music Term 3 2021. We’re currently enrolling and looking forward to seeing you there!With its roots based firmly in early childhood learning, Symphony Seeds aims to provide developmentally appropriate music programs for the whole child. Symphony Seeds Early Childhood Music seeks to inspire and educate children and their families with a happy experience they may take with them for the rest of their lives!.
These are the seeds that will grow to become part of Heartdancers’ Children’s Orchestra.
A program in partnership with Uniting Harris Community Centre. Become part of the Heartdancers Children’s Orchestra, beginning with the Symphony Seeds Music Program for Children 0-5
Register now for term 3 online format
About Symphony Seeds
This is why our Symphony Seeds music program for Infants and Toddlers (0-3 Years and 3-5 Years) is based on a holistic approach to teaching music which supports the natural ability of each child. Just like learning to speak!.
Music has a unique influence on the development and function of a child’s brain. When children listen to music their brain automatically engages with the different acoustic frequencies, resulting in the release of neurochemicals that have the capacity to alter their emotions and mood. In addition, when they participate in musical activities, this triggers the audio, sensorimotor, and visual regions of the brain, boosting the development of neuronal connections between all areas of the brain which are fundamental in the information processing, and in the creation of an optimal state for learning. As a consequence, music stimulation is key for opening the world of knowledge at early stages of life.
These are the seeds that will grow to become part of our Community’s Children’s Orchestra.
Symphony Seeds is an interactive program
This addresses important aspects of childhood development, such as:
- • Social Skills (Waiting and Taking turns, Sharing, Tolerance)
- • Language and Creative Thinking
- • Auditory Skills
- • Fine and Gross Motor Skills leading to Increased Co-ordination
- • Emotional Awareness and Self-Expression
- • Increasing Memory
- • Growth in Self-Confidence
- • Pre-Literacy and Pre-Numeracy Skills