Summer Registration is OPEN!
June 17th - August 5th
(no classes on June 24th and July 22nd)
Free trial classes on June 10th!
Mommy and Me classes are moving in Summer to Childbloom Guitar Studio!
7829 Mexico Rd, St. Peters
Space still available in 9:00am and 10:30am (*newborn-crawlers) classes
Payment is NOT required to register
*Group lessons will remain at Stonebridge*
FAQ's about Ms. Libby's Classes
When: Thursdays during the 10-week Fall or Winter session, 6-week Summer session
(mornings 9:30 and 10am classes for Mommy and Me and 4:30pm-7pm for Group Lessons)
Where: Group Lessons at Stonebridge Church - 201 Meriwether Lewis Dr., Dardenne Prairie, MO 63368
Mommy and Me at Childbloom Guitar Studio - 7829 Mexico Rd., St. Peters MO 63376
What: Mommy and Me, Beginner Piano, Piano 2, Piano 3, Ukulele and Voice Classes (All classes are beginner level)
Q: Who can take these classes?
A: For Mommy and Me, any caregiver and child ages birth- 3 years (Ms. Libby is flexible with ages;). For Beginner Piano, ages 3.5-5, for Piano 2, ages 5-7; for Piano 3, ages 7-10; Ukulele, ages 5-12; Voice, ages 7-12. ALL beginners welcome!
Q: What is the cost? Can I pay as I go?
A: No. Mommy and Me - $10 per class. Group lessons - $15 per class. **Full session fee due on or before first class (not the free trial).
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.
Which class is best for your child?
Incorporating Music Into Early Childhood Development
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