Miss Jane’s Music Studio


Put your child on the path to musical literacy

The health of our students is our top priority.

Early childhood classes normally scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for the coming week have been rescheduled to the end of the session. The rescheduled classes will now take place April 21, 22, & 23.

The following week is spring break and we were already scheduled to be off March 24, 25, and 26 so no classes will take place on those dates as well.

BUT STAY TUNED…on Saturday March 21, Toddler, Preschooler, Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten classes will be ONLINE through the Zoom platform! All students in these classes will be invited to join us!

Children love routine. Keep the music-making going at home.

Be sure to log into your account online, where you can find not only this semester’s music, but all of your classes you may have attended in the past two years. You can hear the music and parents can read the lyrics, and older children can download our pattern pages and animal pictures. Extra time on your hands at home? Make your own music class as a family!

Interested in purchasing some instruments for home use? Text Miss Jane at 786-490-7988 to schedule a time to come into the studio.

As with weather alerts such as hurricanes, we follow the protocol of the Miami-Dade Public Schools. You will stay informed if further adjustments to the session schedule need to be made.

Thank you for your attention to this important matter. May your family stay healthy and happy!

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Teaching the Language of Music

To be fluent in a language, one must not only be able to read and write, but think in that language. At Miss Jane’s Music Studio, we are teaching children to think in the language of music. Thus when children read music at the appropriate age they are not “translating” note by note but come to a full understanding and can express the music as a whole. Learn More About the Path to Musical Literacy

Music and Movement Benefits

Music’s melodic and rhythmic patterns awaken and stimulate neural pathways in the brain that help develop memory, math skills, and powers of abstract and creative thinking.

Music touches all spheres of development, including language, self-expression, concentration, social interaction, fine motor skills, listening, problem-solving, teamwork. goal-setting, coordination, confidence, self-esteem, music-playing, creativity, family involvement, poise, bonding, voice expression, family interaction, and emotional developoment.

Overall, music activities are ideal for your growing child.

  • Music immerses the child in language
  • Evokes movement
  • Stimulates the brain
  • Fosters physical coordination
  • Develops listening skills, the foremost necessity for learning

All in a group setting that builds community.

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