Here at Bloom School of Music & Arts, we understand that there are ‘windows of opportunity’ when a child’s brain is highly receptive to environmental experiences. Because brain formation is dependent on brain activity, each early childhood experience stimulates its neural connections. Synaptic pruning (the process of discarding unused neurons while strengthening consistently used neurons) is the most active during the early childhood years of 0-10 years old. This critical period impacts visual development, social and emotional development, intellectual development, sensory and motor development and musical ability amongst other abilities.
Therefore Bloom School of Music & Arts has created our very own Tutti Programme to build on the musical abilities our students have developed with the Musikgarten programmes, Family Music for Babies (FMB) and Family Music for Toddlers (FMT).
Tutti Tots is an unaccompanied group class (of maximum 5 students) for preschoolers aged 3-4 years old. The children will be introduced to sequential learning of musical concepts necessary for a strong musical foundation, and it’s all done in a fun and stress-free environment.
- Children will experience activities that promote Language, Socio-emotional, Physical, Creative & Musical Development
- Children will learn music like a language through Rhythm Patterns (Gordon Rhythm Language) and Tonal Patterns (SOLFEGE, Music and Songs in Major & Minor Keys)
- Activities include singing, chanting, moving, dancing, listening, playing musical instruments, story-telling, dramatisation and interpretation of different kinds of music
45 minutes per session, once a week
10 sessions per term
Materials (Compulsory to purchase)
1 x Activity Book and 1 x Workbook @ $50
Pianica @ $39.90 – 3rd Term onwards
Register for a trial lesson at just $40!
Sign up on the same day, and we will waive off the $40 registration fee.
Click here to submit an online enquiry at Bloom School of Music & Arts, and include this code in the description ‘REFXDENISE’.
Nurture your child’s ability to use language and participate in dramatic play within a musical context. The class activities will help your child to enhance listening, attention span, imagination, creativity and self-expression. At the end of the course, your child will be able to play simple tunes on the pianica. So what are you waiting for? Come on down to Bloom School of Music & Arts to register!