A Rich Sensory Environment
Studies show that children who grow up hearing music, singing songs, and moving to the beat enjoy what experts call "a rich sensory environment." That environment helps them do better in reading and math when they start school, improve their focus, play better with others, and have a higher self-esteem! What better way to start your child off on the right “foot” than with a Tot Rock or Kid Rock class!
Music/Rhythm: These activities include songs and rhymes, instrument play and an introduction to rhythms, sounds, tempos and counting.
Movements: This involves work on coordination, fine and gross motor skills, basic dance steps, and body and space awareness.
Imagination: The imagination activities glue the curriculum together, which involves learning through play.
Socialization: Children learn about interacting in a group, following directions, sharing, and taking turns, while gaining independence and self-confidence.
Sensory Integration: Engaging with sensory items like bubbles, feathers and pom pom balls facilitates exploration, and encourages children to use scientific processes to create and investigate.