Discover a new book each week
We know that toddlers respond well to structure and routine and these aspects are included in our classes. Toddlers need time to explore and be free and this is encouraged each week within our exploratory play time.
Following this, we encourage little ones to join us in adult led structured activities to focus on specific areas of development as we discover a new book each week.
Fun with words
We provide a welcoming, relaxed and fun learning environment and through lots of great songs and stories we all know and love, fun activities and games, educational signing, props, puppets, instruments, you can support your child in having fun and developing their:
⭐ Speech and Language Development
Focus on language development activities to get our toddlers chatting, encouraging speech and new vocabulary, reduce frustration and build confidence.
⭐ Social Skills
Encourage independence and vital skills needed for nursery, school and beyond such as teamwork, turn-taking, sharing, active listening and following instructions.
⭐ Early Learning Skills
Learn about colours, counting and other basic concepts to encourage problem solving skills and independent thinking
⭐ Fine and Gross Motor Skills
Our developmental, sensory and physical activities keep toddlers with boundless energy engaged and are designed to help develop both fine and gross motor skills.
Working with local businesses
Social and play time can continue after class in Blends Coffee House, allowing both of you to relax, play and build friendships.
We are super excited to have launched our own classes developed and written by us and we are delighted to be working with a local business “Two little monkeys” Usborne Books to encourage early engagement with literacy.
Our professional backgrounds include paediatric occupational therapy, sensory integration training and paediatric speech and language therapy and it is these skills and professional experience that we bring to our classes to help and encourage all children at all stages and in all aspects of their development.