Fall 2013 Family Classes
September 30 –December 13, 2013
*No classes the week of November 25 (Thanksgiving week)
Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
Drop-in, Pay at the door
$8 per child (adults free)
$45/6 class pass
Let’s Do Lunch!
Tuesdays, 11:00–11:40 am
Hands-on cooking will excite children about trying new foods, kitchen chemistry and eating nutritiously. Recipes will include simple soups, sandwiches, pasta, rice & bean dishes and more, and children get to eat their creations at the end of every class. With everybody’s favorite summer camp teacher, Toni!
DIY Art Suppies
Wednesdays, 11:00–11:40 am
Habitot's Art Studio coordinator, Nora Garcia, will teach parents and caregivers how to make the amazing art materials we use in the the museum, inexpensively and at home. Gak, playdough, salt clay and more. Kids help, too! Everyone takes home a small baggie of the materials made that day and all recipes plus ideas for recycled and free art materials.
Shake Rattle & Roll
Thursdays, 11:00–11:40 am
Join talented musician from Your Song My Song, Jaime Lee Currier in her "Shake Rattle & Roll " where everybody gets to play an instrument. She'll play the ukulele while kids sing along, shake maracas, hit tambourines, clap sticks and jingle bells. Original and classic songs, finger plays and unique felt board shows will delight young and old in this fun, interactive class.
Wake Up Your Body - NEW!
with Mindy from Snail People
With banjo, ukulele and guitar accompaniment, Mindy Dillard from Snail People family music duo and Bay Area Children's Theatre will lead a packed half-hour of energetic and creative movement including yoga, theater games, pantomime, body awareness and facial expressions. Wake up your brain down to your toes!
|Date:|| ||September 30-October 28|
| ||November 4-December 9|
|Special pricing ~ $75/5-week session;|
Pre-register for September 30-October 28
Mondays, 10:30 am–12:00 pm
You and child are sure to love this engaging, structured playgroup led by Amy Feldman, a specialist in early learning and development. We will practice being a part of a group, work on our growing social skills and have fun following directions as we play. Activities will include art, science, storytelling and lots of pretending! This is a great way for your child to make some new friends and get ready for preschool. Parents and caregivers will play along with us and will have a chance to ask questions about age-appropriate behavior and child development.
About Amy Feldman, M.Ed.
Amy has a decade of experience as an educator and school psychologist supporting preschool-aged-children. She is now running her own consulting practice, ChildRising, and provides education and support for parents and teachers of young children in the area.
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