Early Childhood

Broadway School of Music & the Arts’ teaching artists enrich your classroom and the lives of your students through strong music and art programming in alignment with your curriculum. Programs can stand alone or be done together with a classroom divided in 2 groups and each group having 30 minutes of each art form.

Available Programs

All In Art

Art is not just something we look at.  We see it, feel it, hear it, smell it, and even sometimes taste it!  Preschoolers especially like to be “all in” these experiences. This visual art class focuses on enriching sensory experiences for self-expression, creativity, and learning.  A variety of techniques are explored including molding, sculpting, printmaking, painting, use of natural found objects, and exploration of 3-dimensional art.  Emphasis is put is on the process of creating rather than the finished product.  Instructors are happy to incorporate any themes, skills, or learning objectives requested.   Max. class size:  10

Eurhythmics

Eurhythmics is an approach music educators use to connect music, movement, mind, and body.   These connections foster music appreciation, ear-training, and improvisation while improving musical abilities.  Although mainly used to teach music, Eurhythmics has wide-ranging applications and benefits and can be taught to a variety of age groups.  The Eurhythmics program through Broadway School of Music & the Arts develops the preschooler not only as a musician but as a learner developing literacy, math, and imaginative skills. Max. class size:  20

Show Me A Story

Art and literacy walk hand and hand in these classes. A teaching artist will read a book to and with the students, then they will create works of art inspired by the story or topic. Students’ drawings and illustrations will reinforce their comprehension, attention to detail and understanding of the plot line. This is a great way to build on literacy skills taught in the classroom and arts inclusion makes lots of fun!

More Information

  • Organizations/schools must schedule a minimum number of 9 of the same classes for the same group of children.
  • Each class is 30-45 minutes unless otherwise noted.
  • Class sizes are limited depending on the type of art, and the support staff available whether it is in person or online.
  • Online options are available.
  • The appropriateness of a class being online will depend on a number of factors and will warrant further conversation.
  • Classes can be tailored to themes, learning objectives, subject areas, etc.- Please ask!
  • Class fees are based on a variety of factors.

"We hope to be able to have our next year class participate in this program! It met the needs of all of our students, and had every child actively involved and learning."

Educator at Marion-Sterling Elementary School

"The children enjoyed participating in the music and art programs. I saw great learning opportunities and the students did not even know it. They were learning to follow directions, take turns, wait, and use musical and art instruments. Academics such as counting, shape naming and color naming were practiced during the activities just to name a few. They used large and small motor muscles during the activities. The hands on learning was amazing!"

Educator at Bolton Elementary School

"That was pretty amazing!"

Pre-K student at Jamison after first class

Please contact Emily Hoag, Community Outreach Coordinator, to ask for a proposal.
(216) 641-0630; emily@broadwayschool.org

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