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  • 21F Harvard Court

    Perth Airport,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH2 6PL

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One hour classes that are suitable for children aged 0-5 years. Each class is structured with fun filled nursery rhymes and songs using props and parachutes. 
 
An early introduction to music can do more than entertain your child, it can help with developing co-ordination and motor skills. Music can contribute to kick starting learning and can even help with your child's social skills. 
 
In class children will use props and toys such as  monkeys clocks , dolls, hands, flags, bunny hats (and many more!). The props are used in reference to song (e.g. 5 monkeys jumping on the bed) and help to reinforce not only the story but the words.
 
Musical instruments are also an important part for each song, and your little one can expect to use shakers, drums, tambourines, xylophones & hand bells until their heart's content! 
 
To book call; Leanne 07799036483
 
Cost of class is £4.00 per child.
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