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Programme "Parents & Petits"

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Our activities for parents and children are fun and interactive - come and try them to see why :-)

Read on to discover the scientific and educational reason we created them.  They are an essential part of your child's development.

The first five years of childhood are the most critical period for  future development, health and happiness, more critical than any other time in our lives. A nurturing environment and experiences throughout these years provide the essential foundation for children to grow into healthy, happy and productive adults.

The scientific consensus is that the period from conception to age 5 is crucial to ensuring the foundation for health and happiness.

The first two years of a baby's development involve critical milestones. Research shows that many parents underestimate the amount of active interaction needed before their child even speaks.

A growing body of research shows how important it is for babies to be in contact with other babies

Parenting communities are also essential for the mental well-being of parents. Our baby clubs give the parent and baby the opportunity to spend quality time together

Over the past 15 years, our bilingual program has helped hundreds of babies make friends and learn English!

Our "Parents & Tots" program offers a wider range of activities for our little students and their parents!

"Monday Baby Fun"
> 5 - 15/18 months
KidooLand Vallauris: Monday, 10h-11h30
(Outside school holidays)

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KidooLand is a great place for Mums (or Dads, Carers, Grandparents or nounous) to get to know other new parents in the area, and for your youngster to start to interact with other children their own age in a fun and safe environment. Each session will stimulate your youngster's senses and help move development and learning forward. 
 

Each session will include some singing, music and sensory activities. We will play with scarves, bubbles, feathers and for the older children, musical instruments.

It's the perfect way to gently awaken and stimulate your child's senses.

We'll have fun singing lots of songs and rhymes to develop early speech and language skills. Next, we will do a small  sensory activity, then we'll move onto movement activity using our special gym equipment. Finally, the youngsters will have some time for free play and interaction with each other and our English teacher, Sian. 

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REGISTER HERE 

Club membership joining fee - 50 euros/family for the school year

Session rate is 15€ -  the term must be paid in advance to block your sessions. An invoice will be provided.

Your place is then blocked for the term. One catch up session can be organised per term - no medical certificate is required just please send us an email to let us know you will be absent.

For those new to the KidooLand concept, a one off trial can be organised before joining the club and costs 20€

Places are limited and so we do ask that every attendee books at least 48 hours in advance . It really helps our organisation if you let us know if you are going to be absent.

"Toddler Club"

> 18 months - 3 years

Thursdays, 10h - 11h30, KidooLand Villeneuve-Loubet
Fridays, 10h - 11h30, KidooLand Vallauris 

(Outside school holidays)

Join Sian for educational activities and a gentle introduction to the English language. Sian will organise workshops entirely adapted to your toddler to stimulate them, gently awaken them and introduce them to the sounds of the English language, including:

* Songs, dances and music workshops calm children and promote the production of hormones associated with pleasure, well-being and confidence, which then allow the brain to be more open and efficient in learning.

* Sensory workshops (scarves, bubbles, lights) to awaken the senses.

* Arts and crafts projects (homemade modeling clay, stickers, paper shredding, collage, painting etc.) to improve concentration, problem solving skills and give children the opportunity to use their creativity and imagination.

* Motor skills workshops using our baby gym equipment


* Fine motor skills workshops with small challenges and individual games that allow children to train and strengthen their fingers and gain confidence.

* At KidooLand Village Villeneuve-Loubet, there will occasionally be "forest school" workshops outside (in the park beside our centre) to introduce the little ones to the world around us and stimulate their curiosity.

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PREREGISTER HERE 

Club membership joining fee - 50 euros/family for the school year

Session rate is 15€ -  the term must be paid in advance to block your sessions. An invoice will be provided.

Your place is then blocked for the term.

One catch up session can be organised per term - no medical certificate is required just please send us an email to let us know you will be absent.

For those new to the KidooLand concept, a one off trial can be organised before joining the club and costs 20€

Places are limited and so we do ask that every attendee books at least 48 hours in advance . It really helps our organisation if you let us know if you are going to be absent.

Testimonial

"GThe mum and baby group, put me in touch with other moms when my son was about 3 months old. There were age appropriate activities, plus now at six months he is starting to enjoy the songs and actions. What a shame my maternity leave is ending See you soon! "

"The sessions are perfectly designed for the development of young children. Not only will you have a great time with your child, but these workshops are important for the socialization of your children as they will learn great skills and of course it's fun! For moms and dads too, it's an important place to meet other parents, exchange and make friends!"

"In February, in art they we did a 'rainbow' collage - a team effort. It helps our little ones to share, learn colors (in English) help them with manual dexterity (glue) and it was tied to St. Patrick's Day so a cultural element as well. In music we sang The Wheels on the bus go round and round... a great song where you have to move and sing! There is a coffee break in the middle which gives parents the opportunity to discuss and exchange information. We also distribute parenting magazines that we receive and information on events and new parent-baby places." 

 

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