Miami’s Best Toddler Music Classes

Jam with Jamie

Are you ready to JAM? Jam with Jamie's music program is beloved nationwide and has been a favorite of Time Out Kids for over a decade. It’s a jam session, sing-along, dance party and more! Jam with Jamie classes are formatted using age-appropriate, research-proven methods to further develop your child's relationship with music. During the 45-minute class, toddlers will improve their motor, language, social-emotional and literacy skills while having fun. Perfect for parents and their little ones who love music, love to rock, love to dance and are ready to let loose and be silly!

Ages: 0-3
This is a parent participation class. Each child must be accompanied by one caregiver.


Jam with Jamie started in 2008 in New York City when musician Jamie Kolnick expanded her children’s music classes into a full-time business. Her classes became so popular that she had to hire other entertainers in the theater community, who she trained in her method. Today, Jamie has 60 performers across nine cities—from Manhattan to Miami and Dallas to San Francisco. They are all taught the same songs, moves and structure—with an emphasis on fun.


“Our classes are an interactive experience,” Jamie explains. “It’s a musical conversation with kids and their grownups. I only hire performers with the right spark. You can’t do this unless you love what you are doing and love children and families. And each performer has their own bag of tricks.”

The various instructors’ “secret sauce” is their theater background and live music experience. Songs range from classic favorites like “Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes” and “Wheels on the Bus,” to more contemporary hits such as “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. The contagious “Twist & Shout” gets tiny bodies gyrating in seconds. The party-like atmosphere spans Freeze Dance, Lummi sticks, shakers, free play, bubbles and, of course, the colorful parachute.

Read more about Jam with Jamie here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does my child need to bring anything to class?

We suggest wearing loose clothes that are comfortable to jam in.

Can both parents attend the class?

Due to capacity rules, most classes generally allow one parent or caregiver to attend class with their child. However, we are always open to hosting both parents if space allows. Parents are also encouraged to sign up for our outdoor classes in the Design District if they want to attend as a family.

How early should we arrive at State of Kid before the class starts?

We recommend that you arrive five to ten minutes before your class starts. We do have a steady flow of classes throughout the day, and we start promptly. Please don’t be late as it disturbs the other students and instructor.

What is your cancellation policy?

You can find our detailed cancellation policy HERE.

What if my child misses a class?

State of Kid is not responsible for unattended classes during the semester. If your child needs to miss a class for any reason, the class is non-refundable.

Do you offer makeup classes?

We only offer makeups for classes that have been cancelled due to conflicts at State of Kid or conflicts with our instructors. Due to the nature of our schedule and our small class sizes, we cannot offer makeup classes for kids unable to attend a class.

How long are class credits valid for?

Class credits may be used for up to 12 months after issue date.

How do I cancel a class?

For cancellation requests,
please email:Design District:
Miami Beach: