Music Together In-School


The Music Together In-School curriculum can.....
  • Help children learn music in developmentally appropriate ways
  • Support their language cognitive, social, and physical development
  • Give parents enjoyable and significant ways to interact with their children
  • Enhance happiness and well-being in your school community.

Music in school

  • Music Together specialists teach music and movement classes weekly in cooperation with classroom teachers.
  • Classroom teachers follow through on weekly sessions, adapting activities to their curriculum needs and interests.
  • Recordings, songbooks, and teaching materials are provided for classroom use.

Music at home

  • Children "bring the music home" for parent/child musical play, sharing songs and activities learned in school.
  • Parents become involved through the Music Together recordings and songbooks given to each family and through special parent events at school.
  • Parents really appreciate knowing what their children are learning- and joining in on the fun!
Music building community
  • Children learn from the model of music participation set by both parents and classroom teachers.
  • Children, parents, teachers, and staff make music together as school-wide events.
  • The music experiences provide adults with a new arena for observation, evaluation, and appreciation of the child's cognitive, emotional, social, and physical development.
  • The joy of extended family music at home and in school creates a natural circle of learning that builds parent/child, parent/teacher and parent/school relationships.



If you would like information about bringing the Music Together In-School program to your school, please contact the Director, Leah Celebi. We would be happy to come share a sample Music Together class at your school!

Read more about Music Together Preschool at Music Together's national site here.