From bonus classes to parent education, SoundSteps is the one-stop place for music and learning in Dallas!
Birthday Parties and Personal Playdates
Do you need an activity for your playgroup? Or your child’s birthday? Or maybe you and your friends want to have a consistent way to connect with each other and your children? You can enjoy a one-time or full 14-week Kindermusik session for your child and friends. Please contact us if you’re interested.
If you’re interested in joining one of these events as a guest, or if you want us to come to your parenting group, please contact us.
- May 11 Hope Cottage Family Event 10:00 am
- September 13 MOPS Lakeside Baptist 10:00 am
More dates TBA soon:
MOPS Wilshire Baptist 9:45 am
Lifetime Athletic 11:30 am
New Moms with North Dallas Doula Associates 9 am
Baylor Mommy & Me 10 am
Greenland Hills Preschool Family Music Morning
St. Thomas Aquinas Mothers Association New Member Brunch 10:30 am
Library Storytimes with Kindermusik at the Dallas Public Library
May 29 White Rock Hills
August 16 and August 30 Audelia Road
July 19 Lakewood
August 29 Skillman Southwestern
TBA Northpark Bookmarks
All Storytimes at 10:30 am, no charge
Events for Mommies, Daddies and Caregivers
April: Why Does My Child Do That? With play Therapist Sarah Bravo Saturday April 27 at 10 am at Greenland Hills UMC Join us for an interactive session to explore and understand the 4 goals of “misbehavior” and how to meet their needs using positive parenting. Adults only, $10 at the door, reservation required
Monday April 29 at 10 am at Our Redeemer Lutheran
Have you ever looked at your child’s behavior and thought to yourself why are they doing that? What is he trying to accomplish with that behavior? Take a moment as a parent to step back and evaluate what your child’s goals are when they are “misbehaving.” Learn some tools to help you as a parent meet their needs in a positive and constructive way.
Saturday April 27 at 10 am at Greenland Hills UMC
Join us for an interactive session to explore and understand the 4 goals of “misbehavior” and how to meet their needs using positive parenting.
Adults only, $10 at the door, reservation required
Fall 2013 TBA: Navigating Schools in Dallas
Adults only, free, Our Redeemer Lutheran Fellowship Hall
Spring 2013 TBA: “How to really get to know your child” with Jody O’Callaghan, LMT
Touch is the mother of all the senses through which we experience and define ourselves and our relationships over time. Fun, informative and interactive, you will learn “what’s in for me, baby & parent” facts including some history, light physiology, psych development, i.e. bonding, and a demonstration.
$10 at the door, adults and babies, reservation required
Kindermusik at the Dallas Arboretum
Family Fun Fridays, June 7-July 26
11-11:30 on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage (complimentary with admission)
Everyone loves a surprise! These classes are announced just 24-48 hours in advance with limited space. Watch for them and grab your spot here. (Hint: We like to offer these on days when you can’t get outside to play, like in the heat of summer or an icy winter day.)
Family Appreciation Day Picnic with Train
Piano and Guitar Recitals
May 10, 2013 Greenland Hills United Methodist Church
Come hear our Piano and Guitar Students as they play their favorites.
This is a great opportunity to expose your little one to live music in a child-friendly setting.
SoundSteps Holiday Family Music Night
Friday December 6, 2013: 2 programs: 4:00 and 5:30 pm, at Lakewood UMC Fellowship Hall reservation requested
(Please bring a donation of diapers–all sizes–for teen moms)
Join us for a night of family singing and dancing for all ages led by Miss Lisa.
We’ll start early at 5 to catch the children at a good hour so make sure to get off work in time. No food will be served, just musical fun, so plan to meet class friends to dinner afterward maybe, or have a sitter at home and dash off to a grown-up holiday party for yourself!
Singing, dancing, and seasonal favorites including a couple special surprises! (Hint: it’s white and doesn’t fall often in Texas)