The Pink House's stimulating Kindermusik playdates, designed for infants to 5-year-olds, give pint-sized Puccinis a chance to tap into their innate musicality while strengthening intellectual, emotional, and social development. The 45-minute class delves into instrument exploration, helping your youngster discover beats, rhythms, and sounds from storied musical appliances, then hops on the larynx train for vocal play, teaching babbling babies and toddling opera singers how to form words and replicate the inflections of melodic windstorms. Settle into story time while building on language skills, then bop, twirl, and form a toddler jam band during movement activities. Round out your three-quarter hour with some together time, harmoniously bonding with your tuneful descendant over newly acquired music skills and your shared love of experimental German pop-polka, then bid adieu with a 10 song CD or memory card and an instrument in tow. The PJ party time playdates give parents the chance to have a romantic child-free dinner from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., while children are entertained with one hour of music and storytime, followed by one hour of supervised play and crafts. Grouponers may buy multiples of either option as gifts, or for their own children to keep them ahead of the musical curve. An excellent way to introduce your child to the world of chords and harmonics, the playdate is also ideal for busy parents or overprogrammed robot nannies who are searching for a unique meet-and-greet between their young one and the art realm.