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Is music truly the universal language of mankind as poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow pondered? Sing a lullaby to a toothless baby. Place some pots and pans on the floor as you hand your preschooler a wooden spoon. Music belongs in the home – to be enjoyed by all ages at any time of day. Boston-based Jammin With You wants every kid to have an all-access pass to the wonders of music in a lively edutainment format, without leaving the house.
So many families love Jammin With You because they meet students where they are.
Music lessons shouldn’t be a chore; they should be fun,” explains Josh Shriber, Founder & Owner.
Josh created the online Music Class Pass, a $29/month subscription — as an irresistible introduction to everything music. His timing could not be more perfect as COVID-19 has disrupted the daily rhythm of preschool, elementary school and parents’ schedules as they all work from the kitchen table.
These great online classes offer the kids short spurts of music classes and watch their faces light up with new-found skills! One 10-minute online lesson, part of the all access Music Class Pass, is titled Mary Had A Little Lamb. Tots use finger numbers and color coordinated indicators on the piano to learn the notes to this popular song. Do you have a singer in the house? Another 10-minute lesson, part of Kid Karaoke, teaches youngsters proper breathing techniques and warm up exercises to belt out This Land Is Your Land.
Music Class Pass • $29/month subscription • Ages 1-7
Get unlimited access to Jammin With You’s full library of online classes, virtual performances and even beginner music lessons. The all-access Music Class Pass gives kids the key to unlock any of the virtual programming – from JamBABY to Kid Karaoke singalongs to introductory music lessons.
Josh has a great video presence. He’s fun and animated and kids are sure to love him. The current subscription plan offers 34 videos for the kids and are geared toward younger ages. They are fun and worthwhile. I also appreciate that each lesson isn’t overly long. My kids don’t want to watch long videos and they don’t want to feel like their doing school. This is a great happy medium.
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