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Age Range: 4 months - 24 months
Class Structure: Once a week, parent participatory
Class Length: 45 minutes
Class Size: 8

Make baby’s first class musical! Our Foundations classes offer a sensory-rich yet caring and gentle environment where infants can explore and react to new sounds, sensations, and objects. Shared activities for babies and their caregivers provide the opportunity to strengthen your connection with your child through joyful music-making experiences.


Stimulate your baby's growing mind and body.

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Families can enroll at any point during the session and stay for as long as is convenient for their schedules. Only able to join us for a month? Not a problem! Want the consistency of a community and class every week, stay for the entire session.

Our Summer Session is now enrolling! Learn more about our summer classes.

Class Day Location Time Ages Session Length Cost Enroll Now
Level 1TuesdayDublin Toy Emporium9:30 - 10:15 am4mo - 18moJun 3 - Aug 02$65/moRegister
Level 1WednesdayDublin Toy Emporium9:30 - 10:15 am4mo - 18moJun 3 - Aug 2$65/moRegister
Level 1ThursdayDublin Toy Emporium10:30 - 11:15 am4mo - 18moJun 3 - Aug 2$65/moRegister

Not seeing a day/time that works for you? Try our Mixed Ages classes! 


A sneak peak into a Kindermusik Foundations class

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  • Listening to and experiencing songs and rhymes

  • Back-and-forth vocal plays and other parent-child interactions that build neural pathways in a baby’s developing brain

  • Exploring baby-safe instruments and other object play

  • Baby-caregiver bonding exercises, including story time, massage, and relaxation activities


  • Increased balance and control over movements and strengthened core muscles

  • Ability to embrace both familiar and unfamiliar social experiences

  • Development of listening and back-and-forth communication skills

  • Introduction to a variety of spoken sounds and rhythms that will support language and literacy development