Little Ones Music Play
Thank you for your interest in our virtual Little Ones Music Play Group.
To sign up for a virtual session please submit your email using the form below.
Virtual Class Schedule
- For children 18 - 24 months old: 9:30 am - 10 am
- For infants 6 - 17 months old: 10:30 am - 11 am
Release of Liability
By submitting your email and participating in a virtual session you are agreeing to the following.
I, (parent/guardian/caregiver) and (minor), am voluntarily participating in the Little Ones Music Play group music therapy sessions through the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, which are currently being held at the TMH Women’s Pavilion Classroom or virtually. As a participant in these classes, I hereby release Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and Florida State University, its agents and employees, of and from any and all actions, causes of action, claims, demands, costs, expenses and compensation on account of, or in any way growing out of any injuries or any accident that may occur or result of my participation.
What to Expect
Due to holding our Little One’s Music Play classes virtually, we are unable to provide your little one with instruments to accompany our music activities. Please take a look at some of the materials you can bring to class instead! Please make sure they are child proof and a safe option for your little one.
- Mats or blankets to recreate a circle with the family or a fun space on the floor
- Drums – pots, pans, upside down bowls, Tupperware or can with lid, cans covered with a balloon; wooden spoon or kitchen utensil for drum mallet
- Shakers - Easter eggs, water bottles, or old pill/vitamin bottles filled with beads, popcorn, beans or rice (secure due to choking hazard)
- Puppet – Stuffed animals, animal figurines or toy, animal puzzle, animal book, animal flash cards
- Emotions – Use a mirror to model different emotions and allow your little one to explore their face and different facial expressions
- Colors – different color t-shirts, ribbons, bandannas, book with colors
- Bubbles! If you don’t have bubbles you can always singalong, practice blowing and popping with your pinched bubble fingers! For a bit of a messier option – fill a bucket or sink with water and soap and make your own bubbles!
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