PAW Prints Early Childhood Music Classes
Early childhood development is a crucial time when music instruction can make the highest impact. PAW Prints uses Gordon’s Music Learning Theory, a research-based philosophy that highlights similarities between music learning with language learning. This method is especially useful for infants and toddlers, developing their musical understanding early on in age-appropriate, engaging ways. Early childhood music through Music Learning Theory has been shown to increase cognitive development, help with language skills, immerse students in a rich musical environment, and increase body awareness.
PAW Prints classes take place a few mornings a week during other PAW summer workshops.