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Family Activities

for one-age or multi-ages & siblings

with parent/caregivers

0-2, 1-4, 3-5+

For 0-2yo, 1-4, 3-5+ yo with parent/caregiver.  'Mixed-age Family' all age siblings welcome. 60 min weekly.

Sometimes I do hold classes for a specific age/level and limit siblings so contact me for more if Level listed.

Weekly Curricula: Level 1, 2, & 3- tailored to a specific development level

                           Mixed-age-- will be tailored to the kids in the class. 

Special events and other extensions can include: Discovery Arts explorations, Art in my Park, Holiday Celebrations, Meadow Explorations, Drum Circles, and more

Activities & exploration may includes: free play & socialization, guided physical & mental, instrumental and vocal, exercises for fingers & whole body (fine & gross motor), language (visual & auditory), pretend & object play, art media, and nature.

Discover classes/activities for the family where you and your child(ren) are immersed in the arts and experience music & arts together.  Experience music, movement, and creative arts in a nurturing fun environment with family and friends.  Participate in developing skills for the whole child & family - mental, physical, emotional, social, and creative-- using pretend play, exercise, nature, and object/instrument play.  Flexible pace and activity perfect for a variety of families and children and completely inclusive. 

Designed by a team of experts in early childhood, education, nurturing/parenting, brain science, music & arts.  Lead by experts taking into account the individual ages, needs, and relationship dynamics of all the children and adults attending.

Classes will be organized into 3 levels

Level 1 focuses on babies & toddlers who are just starting walking & talking & inhibition control .

Level 2 focuses on toddlers/young preschoolers and other children that are focusing on mastering physical skills, language skills, and early integration of emotions and social situations.

Level 3 focuses on young children (often prek to K) who are confident movers and talkers and socializers but still learn best with the support of caregiver/family.

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