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Baby Sensory Palmerston North Spring Term 2016


Thu 1 Dec 2016, 12:30pm–1:30pm
Thu 8 Dec 2016, 11:00am–12:00pm
Thu 8 Dec 2016, 12:30pm–1:30pm
Thu 15 Dec 2016, 11:00am–12:00pm
Thu 15 Dec 2016, 12:30pm–1:30pm

Where: St Albans Presbyterian Church, 339 Albert St, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • 9 Week Sprinf Term Pass - Early Bird Special (must be booked & paid by 30th September): $139.50
  • 9 Week Spring Term Pass: $148.50
  • Taster Class - book via email/phone: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: kapitinz

The magic of Baby Sensory touches babies and adults all over the world.

If you are looking for an unforgettable experience with your baby, come along to our award-winning Baby Sensory classes! Babies will enjoy experiences including puppet shows, light shows, baby sign language, baby massage, instruments, parachutes, balloons, bubbles and more. Baby Sensory is fully research based, with activities designed by experts in child development to help promote early learning and development.

Themes this term include Old Macdonald’s Farm, Sea Songs, Light Show & Sparkles! There will be messy play, water week, great ideas to make and do at home, and a whole array of beautiful sensory experiences for you and your baby to enjoy.

Check out our facebook page for more photos and videos of our classes and if you would like more information, feel free to message me or pop your email address in the comments and I’ll send you some more info.

You don't have these early months for long so why not come along to our beautiful classes and create gorgeous memories with your baby.

Term dates (9-week term):
Thursdays 13th October - 15th December (no class 17th November).
Christmas class - Saturday 17th December

Class times:
Our class times are changing slightly for next term so please take note of the new times below. Both classes will officially be ‘0-13 months’, but the activities and developmental information in each will be aimed more at either older, mobile babies or younger, less mobile babies.

All babies develop at different rates so please use your discretion when booking to decide which class is most appropriate for your baby:

11:00 am - Aimed more at older, mobile babies from around 7 months and above.
12:30 pm - Aimed more at younger, less mobile babies from birth to around 6 months

Special offers:
Visit our website to check out our current special offers and discounts and book your place.

About Baby Sensory:
Baby Sensory is a fully researched baby development class for babies from birth - 13 months, with activities designed by experts in child development to help promote early learning and development.

But most importantly, Baby Sensory provides an exciting and fun environment full of new experiences for you and your baby to share.The joy and sense of awe that arises from seeing your baby learn and develop is amazing.

What baby wouldn't delight is seeing twinkly fiber optic lights, bubbles, puppets, beautiful textures, breath-taking music, and instruments?

The Programme:
The various baby activities aim to build up a vocabulary of sensory experiences (e.g. visual, auditory and tactile), to enhance physical contact (massage, reflexology, touching, cuddling and rocking) between you and your baby and to promote the development of speech through the use of sign language, music, song and puppets.

Activities vary weekly. All activities are excellent for developing physical, social and emotional, and language skills, co-ordination, awareness of the world, a love of music and the concentration so needed for further development.

Recent research illustrates that the most important time for development is the first year of life.

Language development - many parents experience intense frustration in understanding their baby’s signals. Sign Language is one way of taking the guesswork out of parenting.

Physical development - although babies should always sleep on their backs, tummy time is an essential aspect of development from birth. Babies need to be on their tummies in order to go through the fundamental movement patterns that stimulate both sides of the brain.

Social development - happy social play sets the tone for the acquisition of future skills such as cooperation, turn taking and sharing.

Emotional Development - massage is one sensory delight that really strengthens the bond because it provides an opportunity for parents to express their love.

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