Baby Sensory Classes come to Thame…

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Baby Sensory, the multi-award winning programme for babies from birth to 13 months. If you are looking for an exciting, sociable weekly class which will be fun for you and your baby AND will help with your baby’s development this is the class for you!

WHAT TO EXPECT? 

In the classes you can expect light shows, puppets, bubbles, exercise, musical fun, baby signing, massage, parachutes and much more! Classes are an hour long with a mixture of structured sensory activities as well as developmental play time giving parents a chance to chat and meet new friends. Every week is different, usually with a theme, so you and your baby can have a whole year of exciting and new activities to look forward to each week.  Each activity is designed to support learning and development in some way, while also having fun!

What makes Baby Sensory unique is that every activity has been carefully designed to stimulate your baby’s senses as well as baby’s cognitive and physical development. Behind every Baby Sensory session, there’s an incredibly detailed lesson plan backing up everything your baby touches, sees, hears, smells and feels. It provides ideas for creative play, massage, tummy time, movement, visual development, textures, scents and music in simple practical ways that can be easily repeated at home. We also use a combination of original and traditional songs and rhymes to develop early speech and language skills, and sensory signing activities to help you and your baby communicate from birth. 

Why attend one of our award-winning Baby Sensory classes? 

  • An educational, interactive and developmental programme, which will help your baby learn and develop important skills.
  • Every class has been carefully designed, planned and researched by Dr Lin Day with you and your baby’s needs in mind.
  • Classes built on your baby’s natural play-rest-play cycle to ensure they are not overstimulated.
  • An ideal place to meet new parents, ask questions, share ideas, experiences and memories together.
  • Highly trained Class Leaders who are all DBS checked.
  • Received the Gold Award accreditation with the Children’s Activities Association (CAA) – peace of mind for parents.

CLASSES NEAR YOU: 

Tuesday

Chinnor Rugby Club, Thame

10:30 – 11:30 (5 – 13 months)

12:00 – 14:00 (birth – 7 months)

13:30 – 14:30 (birth – 13 months)

Wednesday

Chinnor Rugby Club, Thame

10:00 – 11:00 (5 – 13 months)

11:30 – 12:30 (birth – 7 months)

13:00 – 14:00 (birth – 13 months)

Friday

The Silver Band Hall, Cowley

10:30 -11:30 (5 – 13 months)

12:00 – 13:00 (birth – 7 months)

13:30 – 14:30 (birth – 13 months)

Baby Sensory Oxford North run by Yasmin who has over 7 years experience as an early years teacher. She has a passion for early years, working with babies and their parents. To book onto one of Yasmin’s classes: Visit: www.babysensory.com/oxford-north/home or Email: oxfordnorth@babysensory.co.uk

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