Let's Make Music Together!

This ongoing course gets children up and singing, dancing, doing rhythmic actions, and playing singing games.
8 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 21 learners

30 minutes

per class

Once per week

every week


year olds


learners per class

per learner

How does anOngoingcourse work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

How Outschool Works

Available Times

Pacific Time

Next on Fri May 20

Meets Once per week
3pm - 3:30pm
2 learners enrolled

Next on Mon Jun 6

Meets Once per week
6pm - 6:30pm
1 learner enrolled

Next on Wed Jun 8

Meets Once per week
5pm - 5:30pm

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Class Experience

Singing, listening, copying actions and rhythmic patterns, marking the steady beat, matching pitches, dancing, and playing musical games pave the way toward future musical literacy by providing direct experience with the musical elements of pitch, rhythm, tempo (fast & slow) and dynamics (loud & soft).  The single, most important goal for our 3-to-7-year-old musicians is to have fun!  If enthusiasm wanes for one activity, we move on to the next one.  A good belly-laugh is a key ingredient of a successful music class.
Ms. May Louise brings to this class 30 years of experience teaching music to young children in both Waldorf and Regular Program classrooms.  She plays recorder and guitar, sings in a choir, and her license plate reads, JOYSONG. 
1 percussion instrument  (something that makes a short, sharp sound, for example:  toy drum; two 12-inch lengths of 3/4-inch doweling; two wooden spoons--nothing that is shaken or blown into, please!)
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.

Listing cover photos are by Yan Krukov; cottonbro; Antoni Shkraba, all from Pexels.

Climbin' Up the Mountain - Copyright by Shea Darian from the book, Seven Times the Sun: Guiding Your Child Through the Rhythms of the Day and Seven Times the Sun Song Collection CD - available at Shea’s online store at Used by permission.

A Quick Dance, A Slow Dance, One For the Golden Sun - Copyright by Starborn Books from the book, One For the Golden Sun:  A Collection of Pentatonic Songs For Young Children - available from online booksellers.  Used by permission.

Spring Song; April Raindrop; White Sheep - Copyright by Starborn Books from the book, A Change In the Year:  Pentatonic Children's Songs - available from online booksellers.  Used by permission.

Do As I’m Doing, Great Big Clocks, Hello There, Chumbara, Clap Your Hands, The North Wind Doth Blow, Doctor Katchel, Rain, Put Your Little Foot, Where is Thumbkin?, Six Little Ducks, I Had a Rooster  - Copyright by Beth Thompson from the website,  Used by permission.

All other songs listed are classified Public Domain, as indicated by Bridge Multimedia on, with reference to the Public Domain Information Project at  


Ms. May Louise
Lives in Canada
May Louise Moskuwich, M Ed., Veteran Waldorf Teacher
8 total reviews
13 completed classes

About Me

I offer one-to-one math tutoring for grades 1 through 6, as well as music, art and handwork classes for ages 3 through 18.  

In my thirty years teaching in Waldorf as well as Regular Program classrooms, my appreciation for children and the spirit... 
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