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Kindermusik takes early music education to the next level. Our music-and-movement activities are carefully and creatively designed to enhance children’s cognitive, language, physical, creative, and social-emotional development.Read More
Kindermusik Improves Literacy by More Than 32%. Students using Kindermusik showed significantly greater improvement in literacy and language skills than students who did not use Kindermusik.Read More
Kindermusik Indonesia is an established community of educators passionately committed to bringing the power of music to children and their families in Indonesia. Since 1978, our research-based music-and-movement curricula have enhanced the lives of millions through the universal language of music, supporting whole-child development and providing the early foundations of future school success.
Kindermusik helps develop critical early-learning skills, nurtures the whole child, and—last, but not least—offers hours and hours of irresistibly engaging music-and-movement fun for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families!More About Us
Musical Activities Across All Learning Domains
Kindermusik takes early music education to the next level.
Music education can build listening and auditory processing skills; promote memory and recall; and strengthen executive function, the set of cognitive abilities that controls planning, organizing, goal formation, and more.
Music is a natural vehicle for language acquisition. It’s easy to remember new words when they’re set to music and paired in rhymes.
Kindermusik classes offer children numerous opportunities to develop early math proficiency. When children learn songs, rhymes, and rhythms, they’re building prediction and pattern-finding skills.
Kindermusik lessons are thoughtfully crafted to encourage executive function skills, like self-regulation, and to promote healthy social interactions.
In Kindermusik class, children bounce, clap, spin, and hop. They build core strength as they dance in a circle and skip around the room; they develop eye-hand coordination as they toss scarves in the air and catch them.
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