Early childhood music classes combining multiple developmental methods through years of research. There's a method to the music.
Our 10 week session where we progress through the building blocks of music while jamming with new friends, songs, and special puppet guests each week.
Meet our staff
Miss Virginia and Anthony have been a musical teaching team for over 6 years. Winners of multiple LOVE awards from Mainlineparent. for best music classes.
Good Afternoon Music Families,
Thank you for registering for our fall music classes, whether it is for the full session, trial, or drops-ins, we look forward to seeing some familiar faces and meeting new families and your awesome children. Our first class for the session is Tues Sept 6 and will run through Sat, Nov 12. See below for the schedule.
What to expect! Anthony Azzolina and I have been a music teaching team for 6 years together. We have always focused on connection, foundational skill growth, and fun. Our classes will follow a loose structure that is meant to keep your child and YOU engaged. We jam, dance and sing and sometimes Mr. Anthony does a Mark Walberg impression:) BUT, this is our first venture as our own class and we are always aiming to innovate and customize, so share your ideas as well!
Some Important Stuff!
For Kelly Music Center Classes located at 4 E Eagle Rd, there are tables and chairs, though I may encourage that we sit in a circle close to stage. If I do ask folks to sit on the floor, always feel free to let me know if you are uncomfortable.
Instruments: While I will have eggs, sticks and an assortment of fun instruments for families to use, feel free to BYJI (Bring your own jamming implements:). Some friends bring little ukes, xylophones, harmonicas, drums etc. For children under 2, I recommend you don't buy sticks with paint (they will chew them)! We will sanitize anything used from our supply with non toxic alcohol spray. Please also bring a stuffed animal friend as we like them to be a part of lullaby.
For Stoneleigh at 1829 County Line Rd, Villanova: Bring a blanket/somewhere to park your tush with some tolerance for the wet ground. Also bring a hat and sunscreen as needed. While I will always find the shadiest spot I can while it is still warm, sometimes the sun creeps in by the end of class.
Parking: For Kelly, there is a lot on Darby Rd. It's not free, but it's not expensive either. There is parking in the surrounding neighborhoods as well just make sure to look for any signage with restrictions. For Stoneleigh, you will park in the lot off of County Line. Be prepped for the 5 minute walk from the lot to class. Stoneleigh volunteers will be there to point you in the right direction.
Food Safety: Since "sharing" becomes somewhat inevitable in toddler classes, I would ask that you refrain from packing any peanut snacks.
Covid Safety: As a music/Yoga/theater teachers at many area schools, we are diligent about monitoring our health. We ask that you do the same. If your child has a fever or heavy cough, we ask that you not attend class. You can make up that class another day, or we can chat if it adds up that you miss half the classes. Masking is not required but I always say to just be mindful of everyone's comfort.
Weather: For Stoneleigh classes I will make the rain call at 8 am the morning of. Please check your email that morning. If I do not email, class is not cancelled. Again, if it rains, you can make up classes another day. If it rains for many classes on your day, again, we can chat. My number is 610-955-4700 if you need to contact me.
If you have already made payment, awesome, if not, still awesome because you signed up, and you can pay via the website at https://www.playintimepro.com/plans-pricing. Or you can always venmo(@playintimepro) or write a check to Virginia Jennings LLC if that is easier for you. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions.
Lastly, thank you for being a part of our little music community. We look forward to getting to know/see all of you.