Please join us for an inclusive adult/child story time and sensory bin activity. Children will engage in a high quality story time, while caregivers are provided with practical every day strategies to promote early literacy development. After the story, children will engage in free play in sensory stations that match the theme of the story to continue expanding language, building vocabulary, and more. Sensory play promotes fine motor, language, social emotional, and cognitive development. Some examples of stations that will be set up include a water table, play dough activity, group sensory bins, etc. Each class ends with a dance party!
Children with special needs are welcome and included. These classes are appropriate for children ages 1-4.
**The Friday class at Ivy League Preschool is for ages 15-26 months.
Please see specific ages in the description of Thursday classes at Ready Set Grow**
Level 1 - These classes are appropriate for children who may still put non food objects in their mouths. While sensory materials are never encouraged to be eaten, all bin contents are taste safe and free from choking hazards. Story time will be interactive and include hands-on books with different textures, flaps, etc.
Level 2 - These classes are appropriate for children who DO NOT put non food objects in their mouths. Sensory bins will contain base materials such as rice, dyed pasta, beans, etc. Story time will be interactive and provide opportunities for children to perform actions along with the book.
With this new sensory station class format, there will now be separate classes for ages 1-2 and 3-5 years old. All of the materials in the classes for 1-2 year olds will be taste safe and free from choking hazards. The sensory stations in the classes for 3-5 year olds will not be taste safe and will include smaller toys to explore. If your child is over 2 years old but still mouths non-food items, please reach out to me so we can determine which class would be most appropriate.
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