Music Together® class schedule

What can you expect from an online Sing Dance Playdate?

Pricing and Policies

Sing Dance Play is proud to offer the Music Together® program in Marin County. Our playful music classes for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and big kids support every child, no matter their learning style or stage of development.

Music Together Online

Music Together Online

Geared toward 5 and under; everyone welcome! Older kids will enjoy it too!

In our 3x/week, 20-minute Zoom lessons, our teachers lead parents and children in musical play. Just like with our regular classes, parents join in the singing and play musically with their children. This is not about putting young children down in front of a screen to be “entertained” – that’s not how we roll! Many children, especially babies prefer to look at their parents more than the screen. We do fingerplay, substitution songs (bring your kids' favorite toy or stuffy and we will sing about those, too!), lap songs, instrument songs, and lullabies. We even get up and move! This is a beautiful way to make some connections with other families while we need to be physically separate, AND a guarantee to your child that they will regularly get some concentrated, high-quality play time with the grownups they love.

Rhythm Kids

Ages 4-8

In Rhythm Kids® Online classes


  • Move, sing and drum with music from around the world!
  • Enjoy a fun, informal and engaging environment
  • Develop social and listening skills, self-expression and self-confidence
  • Learn using a specially-designed curriculum for ages 4-5 and K-2
  • Continue learning at home with interactive drumming videos on our app
  • Build musicality and readiness for formal lessons through developmentally-appropriate musical play. 

Level 1: ages 4-5 (pre-K)
Level 2: K-2

Ukulele for Grownups

Ukulele for Grownups

Learning the ukulele is gratifying. You'll be playing your Music Together songs to sing your kids in no time! We'll teach a song per week, building on the previous week's lesson and adding a new chord or strumming pattern. Ukulele is a perfect starter instrument--inexpensive, versatile, small, and relatively quickl to learn. You'll find you can fit in a little practice when kids are asleep, and build enough skill to enjoy yourself even when moving at a relaxed pace.