And the surrounding areas...
Sensory music classes for your baby, toddler or pre-schooler in Northern Ireland.
Including Bangor, Conlig, East Belfast, Newtownards and South Belfast.
Hello and welcome to Music Bugs North Down. My name is Lynda-Jane and I am a mummy of three, two wonderful and lively little boys aged 6 & 4 and a beautiful little red head girl age 2. Music plays a massive part in our home as I studied Music, with an emphasis on Community Music, and worked as a professional Opera Singer.
Plato said ‘Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.’
At Music Bugs, our aim is not to teach music but to encourage young children to develop, grow and explore the world around them through music and song. Participation in music and singing classes is a great way for children to socialise and develop in a creative and stimulating environment. In addition, research has shown that singing songs and rhymes on a regular basis helps to widen your child’s vocabulary and listening skills which are an essential part of learning to read, write and communicate.
Our 40-minute classes are full of excitement with a huge variety of props including puppets, parachutes, pom poms, bubbles, scarves, teddies, hobby horses and lots of tactile percussion instruments. We sing nursery rhymes, counting songs, finger-play rhymes, knee bouncers and action songs. Singing is a great way to spend time with your baby or toddler, creating memories you’ll always treasure and helping your little one learn the fun of music and making new friends.
and join us for lots of fun and music making.
I can’t wait to welcome you and your children to class.
Some of the lovely feedback we've received from Music Bugs parents
We love the classes. We constantly get new ideas on how to engage and develop Meabh’s skills through the songs. She loves the songs and enjoys the actions especially the knee bouncers. I would highly recommend Music Bugs Online as it is a great way to spend quality time with your child as they bring music into their daily routine to help them learn.
Natalie – Belfast
James brings all his toys out and asks for Music Bugs as it’s a regular morning activity that we do together. He has learnt so many actions to the different songs and enjoyed playing musical instruments. I have noticed it is really helping his speech and recognition but learning lots of words to the songs, and about shapes and animals.
Laura – Newtownards