Spring 2013 Morning Classes
April 8–June 14, 2013
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
Drop-in: $7 per child
$50/8 class pass
Please purchase tickets at the front desk by 9:55 am
Mondays, 10:00–10:30 am
Join master puppeteer and musician, Toni Mikulka, and cellist, CelloJoe, and their merry band of homemade and other puppets for storytelling, songs and skits. Children will get to create and perform with hand puppets, shadow puppets, stick puppets, sock puppets, and giant puppets during the series of classes. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to join in the fun.
www.cellojoe.com | www.tonimikulka.com
Música with Mariela
Wednesdays, 10:00 am–10:30 am
Join experienced Spanish-English singer Mariela Herrera in a bi-lingual music and storytelling experience that will help children learn two languages while singing songs and playing games. Toddlers will move to a Latin beat, sing along in Spanish and English and play drums, bells, maracas, rhythm sticks and more!
Thursdays, 10:00 am–10:30 am
In this popular hands-on cooking class, preschool teacher and mom Nicole Ramsay will teach children how to make nutritious and easy recipes for breakfast while they learn about kitchen chemistry, diet and nutrition. Recipes will include omelets, yogurt parfaits, breakfast burritos and more, and children get to eat their creations at the end of every class!
Join talented musician from Your Song My Song, Jaime Lee Currier in her "Kid's Band" where everybody gets to play an instrument. She'll play the ukulele while kids shake maracas, hit tambourines, clap sticks and jingle bells. Original and classic songs, finger plays and puppets will delight young and old in this fun, interactive class.
Special pricing ~ $50/5-week session;
Pre-register for May 17-June 14
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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