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MAKE MUSIC TOGETHER AT HOME

Dynamic and innovative classes for all ages!

Experience our high-quality, award winning music and movement program from the comfort of your own home. 

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Family Classes for those 0-5 years old, where your highly skilled and caring teacher will lead your whole family to sing, dance, play, and jam and show you how to make everyday items like dish towels, pots, and soft toys into musical props. Classes are appropriate for children under 6 but the entire family is welcome (and encouraged!) to participate in the musical fun. 

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In Rhythm Kids classes, 4-8 year olds will drum, sing, move, and play to rhythms inspired by musical traditions around the world, from West African Gahu, to Japanese Taiko, to Brazilian Samba, just to name a few.

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Even though your teacher is on the screen, each class is designed as an active and engaging music-making experience.

Why join an Online Class?

Childrens Music Class - The Rhythm Tree Melbourne

Why Rhythm Kids for my child?

Fun facts about our online classes

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You’ll never be late

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You don’t have to sit in traffic or find a parking spot

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You can attend in your PJs

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You can eat in class

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You can sing as loudly as you like

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Your pet can join in

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Your whole household can join in

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You don‘t need to worry about the weather

Your Teacher

Rebecca

Rebecca is a Registered Music Therapist and music educator with qualifications in education support and Auslan. Rebecca believes in the capacity of music to nurture development in early childhood. She loves supporting meaningful family connections through shared musical experiences. She also teaches Rhythm Kids for 4-8 year olds.

Pricing

We offer an award-winning, research-based, early childhood music and movement program that strongly emphasises and facilitates adult involvement. We encourage families to joyfully experience music.

Class Fees

1 class per week for a family with one child
$ 94 Per Month
  • Can be paid per trimester $376
  • Joyful weekly music and movement classes
  • New digital song collection each trimester
  • CD to play in the car
  • Beautifully illustrated songbook
  • Access to your Family Portal (where you can book makeups)
  • Music and resources on the Hello Everybody App
  • Access to our online community – The Family Tree House
  • Extra musical videos from your teachers
  • Tickets to special family events each trimester
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Bonus extras

Trimester fee breakdown

13 weekly classes at $23.50 each plus a one-off $70.50 resources fee The Rhythm Tree curriculum is split into 3 x 13-week trimesters You may choose to pay for a trimester upfront or in four monthly instalments  If you join part way through trimester you will pay pro rata fees Ongoing enrolment with the option of opting out at the end of each trimester

Discounts

For siblings attending the same weekly class and sharing resources – Indoor classes

  • Siblings under nine months attend for free
  • Morning family classes $40 off per month
    Fee $54 per month / $216 per trimester
  • Afternoon family classes $60 off per month
    Fee $34 per month / $135 per trimester

Families who attend a second class in the same program will receive a $20 monthly discount. For example if you attend two Family classes per week, or if you attend two or more classes in different programs (e.g. one Family class and one Rhythm Kids class per week) you are eligible for this discount.

Timetable & Registration

From our families

FAQ Top Tips for Online Clases

We wouldn’t normally recommend screen time for very young children, but here’s the difference: YOU!  When children stare at a screen solo and passively receive information, they don’t learn in the same way as when they have an actively participating caregiver or parent beside them engaging with the on screen activity. So just like in our face-to-face classes, your participation is the most important ingredient. The teacher will be on screen, your child may see their classmates on screen too, but it is truly your interaction with your child that will ignite their engagement and musical development! 

We recommend no screen time for babies. Position your baby so they are looking at YOU, not the screen. Follow your teacher whilst the baby watches you and inspires you to make each day more musical.

DON'T WORRY if your little one doesn’t engage with what is happening on screen during class.  Don’t encourage very young children to look at the screen at all in fact. The most important aspect of online class is that you and your little one carve out time to have fun with each other - singing, dancing, jamming and playing every week! There is no pressure for you to perform - it is not about getting it 'right', rather it is about joining in! It is wonderful for children to observe parents having fun making music during class as this gives them the message that musical play is valued in their family. 

Early childhood educators consistently recommend mixed-age groupings as an optimal learning environment for children under five years because they foster natural, family-style learning. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating older ones; older children learn by leading younger ones; and adults are happy because the children in the family can go to class together. Each child participates at his or her own level.

 

Classes have a family feel, rather than a school orientation, an environment your child will have ample opportunity to experience when he enters the world of formal education in a few years. In addition, children of the same age are not necessarily in the same stage of music development and a mixed-age environment creates a space for exploration and discovery, rather than peer pressure. The Music Together curriculum is designed to teach on many levels of complexity at once, and our teachers are trained in the art of mixed-age learning.

Absolutely. Just as siblings in multi-child families learn from each other, so do the children in our mixed-age classes. Babies will engage at their own level, vocalising, moving, listening, observing, and exploring musical instruments. And any or all of your child’s caregivers—parents, grandparents, nannies—can come share in the experience, both in class and at home.

 

Please ask your teacher for the ‘Babies in the Mixed Aged Class‘ guidebook as this will provide you with guidance on enhancing your experience both in class and at home with your baby.

No. You may notice your child revisiting some behaviours she has moved past but do not confuse this with regression. Your child will not UN-learn skills she has already gained. This process of revisiting actually affirms the progress your child has made as she recognises that she no longer exhibits these behaviours. It also signifies empathy as she adjusts her behaviour in order to relate to the younger children in the room.

Absolutely! In each class we strive to create a musically rich, developmentally appropriate environment where the whole family can enjoy music and nurture skills at the level right for each child. Mixed-age classes also provide a rich learning environment because children of different ages thrive when they interact with each other.

We have good news on that front! It doesn’t matter how well you sing or dance, it only matters that you do it. Your children don’t learn how to sing from you, they learn to sing. So, if you have fun playing with music, your child will learn to love it too. It’s really that simple! Your role is essential regardless of your musical ability!

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The Rhythm Tree classes take place on the beautiful land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations.
We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Wurundjeri elders, past, present and emerging. The land on which we sing, dance and play is Aboriginal land.​

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