Mini Music Makers

In February, the Musical Instrument Museum will debut Mini Music Makers, an early childhood music and movement program. Children and caregivers will participate in weekly classes together, providing a chance to introduce little ones to the wide and wonderful world of music making, while also developing motor, pre-language and musical skills.


“Mini Music Makers will be the first education program at MIM specifically designed for young children ranging from newborn to 5-years-old,” says Carly Shaw, education manager at MIM. “We are excited to offer this unique chance for parents and caregivers to expose their children to the many benefits achieved through music education.”



MIM’s Mini Music Makers series aims to enrich kids’ lives by providing a safe, interactive and engaging environment to explore music from around the world. Each class is structured around developmentally appropriate activities for kids. By exploring music through song, dance and basic instruments, children develop musical and social skills. Early childhood music programs are also proven to foster physical, emotional and cognitive growth.


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