Are you tired of the same old camp offerings for your little one? Get ready for a week of musical camp Baby Piano style! Camps Baby Piano offer an innovative, interactive and fun-filled week of music and creative movement, art projects, cognitive and fine motor exercises. Each day, our campers will receive a full hour of instructional lessons with the use of the Baby Pianos and the program will be delivered by professionally trained musicians and licenced teachers and educators.

MARCH BREAK and SUMMER Camp Baby Piano themed “MEET THE INSTRUMENTS” is a half day camp for ages 3 and up and a full day camp for ages 4 and up that runs from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon or 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Check the availability and schedule here.


9:00 – 9:45  


Baby Piano focus – group lesson, getting familiar with the baby pianos, learning the rules on how to interact the pianos, musical notes discovery (puppy names and keys), singing, meeting and learning how to interact the pianist, practice self-regulation by fully engaging in the group session from beginning to end, everyone plays the piano in unison with the guided supervision of the teachers.

9:45 – 10:15  

Baby Piano focus – individual lesson, solo performances, individual instruction based on student’s progress, students get a chance to play on the real grand piano side by side the pianist

10:15 – 10:30  

Bathroom routine and Snack time

10:30 – 11:00  

Music and Movement – focusing on large muscles and gross motor movement involving various types of musical background, cooperative games and activities, a new instrument is introduced – students get to use and play with the instrument (each day will have a focus instrument group: strings/violin, wind/trumpet, flute, clarinet, guitar, percussion, etc)

11:00 – 11:30  

Table Activities – focusing on cognition, fine motor development, self-regulation – students work on puzzles, matching manipulatives, sorting activities, etc.

11:30 – 12:00  

Art Projects – students work on music related art masterpieces to take home or keep at school for the duration of the week to use – making instruments, drawing music, painting with musical accompaniment, etc. (relating and connecting music through art activities, using various forms of art media)