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Boost your child's development
through the joy and power of music!

Give your child the best possible start!

At Little Light Studio, your child is at the very heart of everything we do - where we are proud to offer Music & Movement classes for Newborn to Age 7. Our caring educators welcome them into a comfortable, engaging and joyful space where they will move, dance, and fill the Studio with music, smiles and laughter. 

Internationally known for creating joy, relationship building, and developing the whole child, Kindermusik not only builds a sound music foundation for your child, but offers so much more!

While your child interacts with other children in a fun and engaging environment, you'll soak up this dedicated time spent with them. In addition, you'll appreciate the educational value of our classes and build lasting friendships with like-minded families.

In a nutshell, our program combines early literacy with music & movement to provide your child a boost on cognitive, language, social, emotional and physical development.


Learn The Signs of

Speech & Language Disorders

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, and it's the perfect time for families to learn the signs of communication disorders. As a former speech-language pathologist, speech and language disorders and child development as it relates to the speaking mechanism is still very much a part of my heart and mindset. A recent survey shows that lack of awareness about these signs is the leading factor that prevents families from seeking help.


Speech and language disorders are common among children, and if left unaddressed, they can affect their academic and social success. Therefore, it's crucial to take action as soon as the signs appear. Remember, many communication disorders can be reversed or even prevented if addressed early. Don't hesitate to seek help if you're concerned about your child's communication skills.

Signs of a Speech Sound Disorder

  • Says p, b, m, h, and w incorrectly in words (2–3 years)

  • Says k, g, f, t, d, and n incorrectly in words (3–4 years)

  • Produces speech that is unclear, even to familiar people (2–3 years)


Signs of a Language Disorder

  • Does not smile or interact with others (birth and older)

  • Does not babble (4–6 months)

  • Makes only a few sounds or gestures, like reaching (7–9 months)

  • Does not understand what others say (10 months – 2 years)

  • Says only a few words (19 months – 2 years)

  • Does not put words together to make sentences (19 months – 3 years)

  • Speaks using words that are not easily understood by others (3–4 years)

  • Has trouble with early reading skills, like pretending to read or finding the front of a book (4–5 years)


Signs of Stuttering (Disfluency)

  • Repeats the first sounds of words—“b-b-b-ball” for “ball”

  • Stretches sounds out—“ffffff-farm” for “farm”

  • Shows frustration when trying to get words out


Signs of a Voice Disorder

  • Loss of voice

  • Uses a hoarse or breathy voice

  • Speaks with strain and effort


For more information visit

Resources from ASHA:

Be Tech Wise with Baby!

Be Tech Wise with Toddlers!

Communicating with Baby Toolkit




The educators at This Little Light Studio do a fabulous job of facilitating growth in our children through song, play, literacy and movement all while being incredibly understanding and accommodating to "kids being kids".


This provides a welcoming and accepting environment  for new and seasoned families. Not only do we love the musical aspect of class, but the social interaction is just as valuable to us. We feel blessed to have this program offered in our community!



I often reflect back on our time at Kindermusik and what an incredible precursor it was for the formal school years. Walking into your studio was like walking into a storybook with everything so beautifully designed for children and so incredibly developmentally appropriate. We miss you immensely and will always hold our times at Kindermusik close in our hearts! <3



Amazing infant class today! I came home and told my husband that you'd think I'd be a pro at parenting and connecting with my baby after having three of them. But I feel like you opened up a whole new world of interaction and supporting my baby's development that I didn't know existed.

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