World Citizen Baby
World Citizen Infant is designed especially for babies from birth to 10 months and their caregivers. This class uses an immersion approach to lay a foundation for lifelong learning. With a focus on caregiver-child interaction, we use songs and chants in several languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese to experience rhythms and sounds from around the world, while learning specific ways to engage and play with your baby.

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World Citizen Toddler is an immersion in the sounds, rhythms and languages from around the world for children ages 9 months to 4 years old and their parents and/or caregivers. This interactive and active class gives you and your child the opportunity to explore the diverse music and movement of our global community through call and response singing, instrument play along, small and large movement and lots of drumming. Class is conducted in English, and songs are sung in several languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Zulu.

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Demo Classes
FREE Demo Classes in Atwater Village
Summer Demo Dates Coming Soon!.

Dance Garden
3191 Casitas Ave, Suite 112
Los Angeles, CA 90039

Please visit for more information and to rsvp for demo classes in Atwater Village.

Guitar, Flute and Voice Lessons
Graduated from World Citizen Baby and wondering what's next? Want to learn to play the songs we sing in class? Sarah is available for private and small group guitar, flute and voice lessons for children and adults. Lessons can be in your home or in Sarah's home studio near Hancock Park.

Lessons are tailored to each student and are taught in a fun, nurturing environment, encouraging play, experimentation and the joy of music, with the aim of creating a life long love of music. Some students are ready as young as age 5, but most start between 6 and 8 years old, and you are never too old to begin! 30, 45 and 60 minute lessons are available.

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Created & Led by Sarah Peters