Level 3

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Age Range: 3 years - 5 years
Class Structure: Once a week, parents join in for last 15min of class
Class Length: 45 minutes
Class Size: 8


Level 3 classes engage preschoolers’ natural love of music and activate their imaginations. A wide range of learning opportunities boosts language skills, confidence, independence, social-emotional skills, and self-control. You are invited to join the fun for a portion of each class, sharing in the joy of music-making and learning how your child is developing, all while strengthening your relationship with your child.


Build a strong foundation for a love of learning. 

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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 accepting enrollments! Learn more about summer classes here.

Class Day Location Time Ages Session Length Cost Enroll Now
Level 3WednesdayDublin Toy Emporium11:30 am - 12:15 pm3yr - 5yrJun 3 - Aug 02$65/moRegister
Level 3ThursdayDublin Toy Emporium11:30 am- 12:15 pm3yr - 5yrJun 3 - Aug 2$65/moRegister

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



  • Experiencing a variety of sounds and learning how sounds are produced by playing musical instruments, speaking or singing

  • Playing instruments with an emphasis on steady beat, repeated rhythm patterns, graphic notation, and ensemble music

  • Ensemble Development, an activity that builds the skills preschoolers need in order to create music within a group

  • Engaging in creative expression and language play, expressing feelings and ideas through movement and music

  • Pre-reading music and learning to interpret graphic notation symbols, a precursor to learning traditional music symbols


  • Increased attention and focus; growing ability to memorize and recall

  • Growing ability to detect patterns, nuances, and timbre in sounds, a critical skill for music and language development

  • Experience waiting patiently, taking turns, working cooperatively in a group and communicating effectively and respectfully

  • Wider vocabulary and knowledge of story structures; critical thinking and problem-solving skills

  • Learning how to decode and interpret symbols, skills necessary for reading, math, and music