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Adventure Judaism’s Music & Me Class Begins September 8th

 “Music is the universal language of humankind.”

Do your kids like to sing, dance, and move around a lot? New to Adventure Judaism’s ARK School is the Music and Me (pre-k to k) class for our upcoming Fall 2019-2020 year. Classes meet once a month for eight Sundays.

Opening day is on September 8th,   where the class will meet from 1:00 to 2:15; for the remainder of the classes, Music & Me will meet from 2:00 -3:30 p.m. The curriculum is developmentally appropriate for children, and easy for parents and caregivers regardless of their musical (or athletic) ability to join in on the fun! It’s another way to spend quality time with your little ones in an energetic setting!

This fun and energetic class is a great way to learn beats, rhythms, songs, and creative movement while exploring the fundamentals of the Jewish curriculum and the Hebrew language. Kids get to use musical instruments and props for their little hands, all in the theme of Judaism.  Each class provides a fun and relaxed way to interpret music while embracing our diverse talents in a creative setting.  

Creative music classes help kids express themselves, individually, reduce anxiety, and improves sleep quality, mood, mental alertness, and even memory. Music & Me is a great way to enjoy a Sunday afternoon with your kids and dance and play instruments to Jewish music!

Adventure Judaism’s  Music & Me (pre-school to kindergarten)
Opening Day: Sunday, Sept. 8th: 1:00 -2:15 pm.
The remainder of classes meet once a month for seven Sundays, Oct. 8th – April 15th  from 2:00-3:30 pm.
Location: Bear Creek Elementary School (2500 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder)

Registration is now open, to register for Music & Me class, please visit our website at www.adventurerabbi.org.

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