Village Units


The musical poems of Woody Guthrie, bird songs, and the naturally occurring sounds in nature help babies develop an early appreciation—and accelerated aptitude — for language, movement, and music in this class.


Pick up your baby and dance! Dance the Charleston, the Tango, and the Cha-Cha and learn why dancing with your baby helps develop vital learning skills — from head-to-toe. In this class, play a variety of baby appropriate instruments, a dance with fun props.


Hop on the hayride — it’s time to head for the farm! In this class, you will sing songs about the farm, including “Old MacDonald”, “Hayride”, and “Clever Cows”. You’ll engage in rituals, and playful activities with your baby, including infant massage, lap bounces, exercise, and quiet time.

Dew Drops

Stop and smell the roses — and lily of the valley, and tulips, and pansies. In this class, parents and babies will play and move together to songs about flowers, such as “Jasmine Flower”, “How Does Your Garden Grow?”, and “White Coral Bells”. You’ll also hear traditional Irish music, dance a jig and move to the “Irish Trot”.

Zoom Buggy

Swoosh, vroom, and clickety-clack your way through this delightful unit. Babies and adults will dance, sing, and play instruments to the theme of being on the go. Chug around the room to the song “Little Red Caboose”, hold on tightly while “Riding in the Buggy”, and dance your way to “Zoom-E-Oh”! Engage in rituals and playful activities such as infant massage, lap bounces, exercise, and quiet time.

Dream Pillow

This title alone brings images of rocking, cuddling, singing, and lulling to sleep. But, leading up to sleepy-time are many upbeat and playful activities. Babies and Adults will swirl to a dreamy cloud dance “Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland”. They’ll also play baby appropriate instruments to “Aiken Drum”, and “Sarasponda”. Favorite nursery rhymes like “Wee Willie Winkie”, and “Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling”, are sprinkled throughout the classes. It’s easy to weave many of the class songs and activities into your families’ daily routines.

Hickory, Dickory, Tickle, & Bounce

Research shows that the more you expose your baby to nursery rhymes and songs, the stronger those emerging language-learning skills will be! That’s why these ‘Mother Goose-like’ stories and rhymes are the main theme of this class. Plus, you’ll develop research-proven communication strategies with your child through listening activities, speaking “parentese”, and some basic sign language.

The Rhythm Of My Day

This class will help you bring more rhythm and routine to your baby’s day, as well as help develop lasting learning skills. We’ll show you how, and tell you why music can help your little one soothe into the day’s schedule, and help build a strong body and mind network for learning. You can bring home those same stress-free play and relaxation techniques from class, and incorporate them into your daily routines.