Starting this Fall, we are returning to our original class model of longer sessions and classtimes, while keeping it online. This format gives little ones more time to get used to the virtual aspect of the classes (if they’re not already experts), more time to become familiar with the songs of the session, and more repetition so that they absorb even more information from each class activity.

So, we hope you join us and teacher Yayra starting September 17th for our 12-week sessionwhich will take us all the way into mid December-, as we dance with “Jenny Jenkins,” “Zoom zoom” into outer space, snuggle with our “Little One,” and more, with the eclectic mix of tunes of our Purple Collection CD.

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Makeshift and DIY instruments can promote creativity and imagination!

Even if you have plenty of toy instruments at home, using household items as instruments -like getting a plastic container and wooden spatula to drum with-, can be new, exciting, and engaging for young children. So, look around your home for kid-safe items and be creative!

An Australian study suggests that regular, informal music-making with very young children may even have benefits above and beyond those of reading. But there’s an important, interesting, and somewhat beautiful catch – for best results, make it shared music-making in your home! 

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As we navigated the world of online classes, at the start of this pandemic, we tried a few different formats to accommodate the quickly changing times and our families’ needs as best as we could.

Now, having taught online classes for almost 6 months, we’ve discovered that one thing has remained the same: growing kids need time and repetition to develop and nurture their new skills! So starting this Fall, we are returning to our original class model of longer sessions and classtimes, while keeping it online.

We’re so excited to go back to our “classic” Ladybug Music sessions! But, what does this mean for you? 

Our Fall Session tuition includes:

  • One 40-minute Live Streaming class per week – longer class, for more family fun
  • 12-week Session – more time to get settle into vitrual learning and more learning
  • Ladybug Music CD sent to your home; plus, a digital download of its exclusive class songs
  • FREE siblings. Yes, you read that right – one price for the WHOLE family! 

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When we think of music class, we think of a fun, active time for our little bugs to play instruments, sing, dance, and develop basic music skills like rhythm. And, that’s totally right! However, it’s not the only type of learning they’ll experience.

Research shows that early exposure to music, and music classes, help with academic learning as well. With songs and activities like an ABCs song, they learn the letters and about spelling; through a couting song, they learn the numbers and basic math skills; when it’s a song about the animals, not only do they learn the names and sounds of different animals, but it also stimulates speech development when imitating the sounds. Kiddos can also learn about colors, shapes, moods, etc., much faster when taught in a song. And, lots more!

So, the case is closed and the veredict is in: Music Class HELPS with Academic Learning. And, when they get to their first years in school, they come in with an advantage. #win-win

  • 30 minute live-streamed class with a professional musician
  • An interactive music experience that allows you to connect and deepen the parent-child bond
  • Learn to keep time with shakers and rhythm sticks
  • Improve fine motor skills with small movement songs
  • Sing songs that teach us new words
  • Increase body-awareness with fun dance sessions
  • A community of wonderful families that love music as much as we do!
July 13, 2020

Listening Skills

Music class encourages the development of your bug’s listening skills!

When we sing our well-known (and beloved) songs, which include lots of rhyming and repeating words, we work on strengthening important listening and auditory learning skills – like, active listening, following instructions, and memorization.

July 7, 2020

Egg shakers!

We love to use egg shakers in class, to follow simple movement and rhythmic patterns.

Egg shakers can also influence and increase attention, as well as: ⁣
•Improve impulse control⁣
•Increase self-awareness ⁣
•Physical coordination ⁣
•Better listening, patience, and cooperation⁣
Egg shakers are fun, colorful and easy for little hands to grab! You can even DIY using household items. Here’s a tutorial: DIY Shaker

Join Ladybug Music ATX’s fun, interactive, live music classes for babies, toddlers & preschoolers.

Our current session ends July 16th, but you can still join (tuition automatically prorated) and our next 4-week session begins on August 6th!

For just $50 your family gets:
A 30 minute live-streamed class per week
Unlimited views of pre-recorded classes
Access to our private Facebook Group
Digital download of our exclusive Ladybug Music song collection.


One of the many benefits of singing and playing music together with your child(ren) is that it’s a perfect way to teach them about cause and effect.

Without you having to explain a word, through singing and playing, they will learn that shaking the maraca at a fast pace will produce a different sound than moving it more slowly; and, that hitting the drum harder will make a louder sound than if they hit it softly.

You can also ask them to make loud music or soft music, or to play slow or fast, etc. Questions like these help them make the connection between the concepts they are learning and the words attached to them.