Level 2

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Age Range: 24 months - 3 years
Class Structure: Once a week, parent participatory
Class Length: 45 minutes

No terrible two’s here! Our Level 2 classes encourage older toddlers to initiate their own ideas and explore their creativity. Each class offers plenty of fun outlets for toddler-style energy, promoting cognitive development through singing, dancing, and instrument play. Better still, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with other parents and caregivers who are also experiencing the joys and complexities of these busy years, while learning to use music to create and simplify routines at home.


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 2TuesdayDublin Toy Emporium10:30 - 11:15 am18mo - 3yrJun 3 - Aug 02$65/moRegister
Level 2ThursdayDublin Toy Emporium9:30 - 10:15 am18mo - 3yrJun 3 - Aug 2$65/moRegister
Level 2FridayDublin Toy Emporium10:30 - 11:15 am18mo - 3yrJun 3 - Aug 2$65/moRegister

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


A sneak peak into a Level 2 class!

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  • Exploring movement concepts and participating in musical interactions with objects and others

  • Discovering different ways instruments can make sounds and experiencing a wide range of musical concepts

  • Identifying and vocally imitating sounds and learning to describe them

  • Learning to associate a picture with a sound

  • Singing songs with language patterns that explore rhythm, speech sounds, syntax, and rhyme


  • Increased alertness, self-control, and ability to regulate their own movements

  • Stabilization of muscles necessary for healthy posture and overall balance

  • Improved coordination and locomotor skills, fine motor skills, and finger and hand strength

  • Strengthened ability to memorize, sequence, and predict patterns

  • Development of early pre-literacy and number skills