Pre-school learning

Tangerine Program

Developed for Orange Tree Music by Eden Dubinovski

Why choose music for your toddler's development?

For children aged 2-5, crucial developmental changes occur in language, emotions, social awareness, and motor skills. At Orange Tree Music, we use music to support these key areas.

Our program aligns with childhood brain development stages, engaging all parts of the brain simultaneously, promoting language, numeric, and social skills in toddlers. We blend movement, colours, rhymes, and numbers to transition from the Sensorimotor stage (1-2 years) to the Preoperational stage (2-5 years).

The Lessons

As a parent, you’ll actively participate in 30-minute sessions, as research suggests a child’s emotional and intellectual development may be negatively affected in unfamiliar environments (Muchlenburg, 2009, p.2). Your involvement reassures and emotionally supports your child, ensuring they feel secure in a new setting.

This program empowers you to guide your child in absorbing and consolidating new information from their surroundings.


$16 per child
30 minute lessons
5 children per group

130 Centre Dandenong Road
Dingley Village

For more information

Call Carol on 0411 402 102

Download the brochure
Mum and daughter playing music

The Research

Enfagrow Singapore. (2014). Your Child’s Brain Development: 3 to 5 Years. Enfagrow.

Sriram, R. (2020). Why Ages 2-7 Matter So Much for Brain Development. Edutopia.

‌Kandola, A. (2019). Piaget’s 4 Stages of development: What Do They mean? MedicalNewsToday.

Muehlenberg, B. (2009). Concerns of childcare. Australian Parliament House.

Talton, L. (2022). Child Brain Development: Early Childhood. Speech Blubs.
‌cover three (2020). Kids Brain Development & Focus. coverthree.
Department of Health and Aged Care. (n.d) How your baby’s brain develops. Australian Government.