Toddler Sense Classes
Our Toddler Sense programme, for children from 13 months to 3 years, is an Adventure Play activity that has been designed to build on the skills acquired at Baby Sensory.
Toddler Sense is an exciting introduction into learning through play and games.
About the Programme
The various Adventure Play activities and games aim to help children learn through play and, as with Baby Sensory, activities vary weekly.
Carnival-style activities, creative dance, parachute, pom-poms and coloured ribbons give everyone, including parents and carers a great sense of wellbeing and achievement.
The Toddler classes have been designed to meet the specific needs of two separate age groups.
Our Toddler Classes are divided into three balanced phases incorporating warm-up activities and skill development activities, where children are encouraged to explore their environment and a challenging conclusion.
Activities are short, dynamic and fun with a clear sense of purpose. Children are guided on adventures to the stars, through the jungle, underwater and to different places around the world.Toddler Sense classes always start with the Adventure Play area, which is set out differently each week. Children enjoy scrambling over obstacles, balancing on steps and blocks, crawling through tunnels and climbing over the trestles and ramps. They also enjoy putting the equipment away after play.
Adventure Play is followed by structured, themed activities and games led by the Class Leader. The first activity always starts with our 'How do you do?' song, which involves singing, rhythm sticks and holding hands. You and your child will then enjoy an action-packed adventure in a multi-sensory environment.
Every session ends with our ‘Say Goodbye’ song.Toddler Sense gently introduces New Explorers, (13 - 18 months) to equipment and activities that are suitable for their age and stage of development. These sessions last 45 minutes.
Toddler Sense introduces Adventurers (18 months - 3 years) to a whole new world of adventure and challenge that will lead learning and development forwards, and motivate children to try out new skills. These sessions last 50 minutes.