Bring in your babies and toddlers crawling 4, to get creative with different activities each week. Including learning songs to develop strong memory, and different creative sensory tasks. Sensory play aids in all areas of development; cognitive, Language, social, problem solving and motor skills. Involving all the senses in play allows new pathways develop quickly. Our children use this to create diverse ways to problem solve through play.
Moms, you will enjoy connecting with your baby, help them lern new skills and make new friends.
After class we will flow into our Village Moms Group. Where the kids enjoy free play, and moms can share with each other new milestone achievements or struggles in a play date style moms group.
$12 per child
1/2 off siblings
A Village Membership gives a mom and her family a year of free moms groups, play groups and daily support. Providing discounts on classes, events, and retail in the shop. Exclusive member only events and new experiences from community partners.
Moms come to connect with other local moms in a play date style group. We share milestone achievements and age specific struggles. While making new friends in the group, you can ask questions, address concerns and get hands on help. You will learn skills for parenting like swaddling, sleep training, creating new routines, breastfeeding, and making sure mom is healing after birth from an experienced facilitator.
Wednesday 9/25 10:30
Come get creative with Play-Doh. We will provide the play-doh and clean up, you bring your toddler and their curious minds. We will work on fine motor skills needed to build strength for daily activities like using buttons and scissors. Play-Doh also gives kids the opportunity to build social skills in cooperation, collaboration and control. We use different textiles and toys to encourage open-ended creative play. Come Join us on a Play-Doh Play Date.
$25 Per Family from 10-11:30am
Jessica will focus on signs to help you through daily routines. Daily signs like mealtime, playtime, bath time, and bedtime. Using signs in daily routines helps to reduce frustration and provide connection. Signing will help communication and grow a stronger language base. You will see first handhow their vocabulary grows by engaging in sign language at home and in class.