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Ms. Libby's Music Class

5359 Hwy. N, Cottleville MO 63304

(314) 518-0985

Ms. Libby's Class Calendar

*Winter Registration Coming Soon*

Fall Session dates: 

September 14th - Dec 6th

Free Trial Week is Sept 7-9th and (and 13th for Monday classes due to Labor Day)

Click on a page to see specific session dates

REGISTER HERE

FAQ's about Ms. Libby's Classes

When: Classes and times vary during the 10-week Fall or Winter session, 6-week session in Summer, check current schedule for details


Where: Ms. Libby's Studio: 5359 Highway N, Ste 101, Cottleville MO 63304


What: Mommy and Me, Preschool Piano, Piano 2, Piano 3, Preschool Music Class, Ukulele and Voice Classes (All classes are beginner level) and Stay and Play!


What ages:

  • Mommy and Me, any caregiver and child ages birth- 3 years. 
  • Stay and Play, toys and activities geared towards babies-5, but all children are welcome!
  • Preschool Piano, ages 3.5-5 
  • Kinder Piano, ages 5-7 
  • Big Kid Piano, ages 7-10
  • Preschool Music Class, ages 3-6 
  • Ukulele, ages 5-12 
  • Voice, ages 7-12

ALL beginners welcome!


Q: What is the cost? Can I pay as I go?

A: No, Stay and Play is the only "pay as you go" option. Full session fee due on or before first class (after free trial).

 

Costs:

  •   Mommy and Me and Preschool Music Class - $12 per class. 
  •   Group lessons - $15 to $20 per class, depending upon the level.  
  •   Stay and Play is $10 for first child and $5 for siblings. Babies under 3 months are free.


Q: What if we'll be on vacation? Are there make-up classes?

A: Due to the low cost of classes and the format of Ms. Libby's classes, there are no make-up classes.

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Incorporating Music Into Early Childhood Development

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Fun Facts About Learning Through Music (In addition to being fun!)

According to Bright Horizons Family Solutions:

• Musical experiences in childhood can accelerate brain development

• Learning to play an instrument can boost test scores

• Exposing young children to music helps them learn the sounds and meaning of words

• Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while encouraging self-expression

• Music helps strengthen memory skills

In addition, according to Dosomething.org:


• Children with learning disabilities who tend to lose focus benefit greatly from music lessons


• Young children who take music lessons show different brain development and improved memory over the course of a year


• A Stanford study shows that music engages areas of the brain involved with paying attention