Thursday

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Please contact groups prior to visiting to ensure they are running on this day.

THURSDAY MORNING

Sing and Sign: Horfield Methodist Church
Sing and Sing are music classes but with a BIG difference.  With your participation and commitment, Sing and Sign can teach your family how to communicate before baby can talk.  Through music and singing, you learn the signs while baby enjoys the songs, instruments and props.  Classes are good fun and relaxed but with a strong emphasis on learning.

A Sing and Sign course runs for 10 weeks and each class lasts about 35-45 minutes.  In those 10 sessions, you can learn well over 100 signs.  Some signs are relevant to baby’s routine (milk, eat, change nappy); some are signs for things that babies are interested in (park, duck, train).  Bristol families say over and over again how much they enjoy Sing and Sign classes and how beneficial signing has been for them.

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Colour Me Mozart Minis: The Crafty Cow Pub, Horfield
Music exploration for 2-5 year olds using shapes, colours and letters, with Early Years music teacher and vocalist, Sharon Anderson. Classes start in September 2021.

Colour Me Mozart is a music educational system direct from the USA that uses shapes and colours to teach children music. Colour me Mozart Minis is a group based on this system aiming to teach children the language of music during their early years through the Colour me Mozart programme.

When: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10.30am
Where: The Crafty Cow, 635 Gloucester Road, Horfield, BS7 0BJ
Contact: Sharon Anderson, Tel. 07779 797 919 / email colourmemozart2021@yahoo.com
Visit: https://www.happity.co.uk/colour-me-mozart-minis/south-west

Baby Bounce & Rhyme: Henleaze Library
Stories, songs and crafts for young children.

  • 2-2.30pm (term-time only)
  • Northumbria Drive, Henleaze
  • FREE entry
  • More details

THURSDAY AFTERNOON

Preschool Gymnastics: Bristol School of Gymnastics
Gymnastics classes suitable for children aged over 3 which are designed to give a wide physical education. There are a maximum of 15 children in a class with 3 coaches. Children stay on their own – parents are able to watch the the last session of each course.

The classes are based on themes. There is a group activity at the start, then the children are split into 3 groups to work on the apparatus. They then have time to play and finish with a song.

Children are all provided with a drink and biscuit before they go home.

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