Bilingual Singing, Music & Movement Classes for Babies & Young Children
Classes suitable for babies, toddlers and pre-school children (aged 0-5 years)
Early exposure to a second language has a whole range of benefits for your baby – not least of which is that it’s fantastic for their brain development and learning skills! Which makes it one of the best activities you can do with your little one from birth.
Our multi award-winning music and language classes help develop your child’s early communication skills, build their confidence, and enhance their physical and emotional development. In the classes you’ll sing in English first, then the second language, meaning you don’t need to know any languages to join.
Book your place through the Bilingua Sing website: https://www.bilinguasing.com/find-a-class/https-www-bilinguasing-com-find-a-class-bracknell-crowthorne-sandhurst/
£80, accompanying adult free, siblings under 12 months free, additional siblings 1/3 discount
Each BilinguaSing session is a fun-filled sensory adventure, combining our original songs and bilingual nursery rhymes with snuggly puppet characters, magical lighting effects, fascinating bubbles, funky props and colourful parachutes. All of which are guaranteed to keep your baby or toddler engaged from start to finish. And for many parents, their BilinguaSing class is the only class they attend that offers them some mental stimulation, helping to stave off ‘baby brain’.
Singing in a foreign language can make it easier to learn – just think of all those old songs you somehow still remember all the words to! So in a BilinguaSing class you’ll sing everything in English first, followed by the second language. This way, you and your little one will gradually make connections between the two languages in a natural, gentle way.
And while you don’t need to know any languages to join us, we promise that you’ll be singing along in no time!
Cari Weston runs BilinguaSing Bracknell, Crowthorne and Sandhurst, teaching bilingual music classes in the community, nurseries and primary schools in the local area. Having been lucky enough to be introduced to foreign languages at a young age, Cari is passionate about the benefits of learning another language and, as a performer, understands the impact of adding music to the learning experience. Singing is one of the best ways to learn something and by singing in both English and the target language, parents can learn at the same time as their children. There is no need to know any French or Spanish to take part, but our songs are so catchy, you will be singing along in no time! Cari has been teaching in the local area for the past few years and is delighted to be bringing the unique BilinguaSing blend of music, sensory elements and a second language to South Hill Park.