Practise makes perfect so send your kids to Baby DJ School
‘Wicky wicky’, Baby DJ School!
Never mind my foolish attempt at making the ‘90s scratch sound,’ we’ve got to get to class of baby DJing.
The dawn of ballet, gymnastics, art and music has met a new kettle of fish; new-age extracurricular classes.
These classes, offered from infancy to adolescence, help encourage socialising from a young age- and also gives your baby mad ‘college cred,’ but why not spice it up a bit?
“Babies and toddlers don’t need specific classes to thrive socially,” Donna Holloran, parent educator, child development specialist and owner of Babygroup, told Moneyish. “However, they do need opportunities to be around other children, so go to the park or put together your own playgroup.”
….OR….Baby DJ classes
Out of the 6 baby classes, Baby DJing is definitely right up there in terms of eccentricity.
Starting at just 2 months, these classes will not only shape your little one into becoming the life of the party, but also introduces electronic, hip-hop and house music to the group through singing, dancing and interactive technology, like mixing and scratching beats.
Obviously new born can’t mix (yet) – they just get those techno dance moves going with their parents assistance.
Eight-week sessions go for $200 (roughly R2000).
But hey! why not? If your baby has a knack for music, why not let them enjoy the music from a young age- I definitely would have preferred DJing over ballet.
Some other so-2018 classes include Computer Coding, Infant Massage, Gardening, Meditation and Mindfulness.
With Baby DJ School, we’ll soon have an army of ‘DJ Arch JNR’s’ running around stealing sets and veteran DJs will be 16 years old.