Last updated on 25/02/2020
Through a series of activities, games, exercises and fun, toddlers are invited to run, jump, dance, roll and climb. The activities aim to develop motor skills and allow children to feel positive about their personal success, thus reinforcing their self-esteem. The environment is very stimulating and welcoming, often accompanied by music. Of course, the primary objective is simply to have fun! The activities are varied and allow toddlers to experience a wide range of games adapted to their age and abilities. The presence of a parent is required.
(Duration: 8 weeks)
Note: There will be no classes on Sunday, April 12, 2020 due to Easter weekend.
Registration opens on 25 March, 2020 at 18h00
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* Rates and courses are subject to change without notice. Some classes may be combined together.
CHEEKY CHICKS (12 to 16 months)
At this age, the child walks alone or with assistance. This level will stimulate the crawling and walking process. The child will have the opportunity to crawl, climb and step over. He will also perform non-locomotor movements and be able to manipulate new objects.
BOUNCING BUNNIES (16 to 20 months)
At this age, the child is beginning to run but he falls frequently. With this level, the child will develop amongst other things walking, running, climbing, stepping over and throwing. They will also be able to manipulate new and different objects.
RASCALLY RACOONS (20 to 24 months)
At this age, the child runs better, goes around in a circle, hops, climbs, and dances. With the Rascally Raccoons, the child will develop more autonomy and will practice non-locomotor movements such as bending, stretching, throwing, pushing and pulling.
BUDDY BEARS (2 to 2 1/2 years)
At this age, the child likes to build small towers with blocks and jumps from a short height. With the Buddy Bears, he will further develop the manipulation of objects and improve gestural communication through symbolic play.
WONDERS WOLVES (2 1/2 to 3 years)
At this age, the child jumps with both feet together and can balance himself on one foot for a few seconds. He is also beginning to ride a tricycle! With the Wonder Wolves, the child will refine his walking and running movements, his non-locomotor and object manipulation movements.
FEISTY FOXES (3 to 4 years)
At this age, the child can catch a ball with arms extended and can hop on one foot 2 or 3 times. With the Feisty Foxes, the child will develop his autonomy and will practice his fundamental movements of general coordination, his eye-hand and eye-foot coordination.