Baby Sensory Cambridge

07368145859 cambridge@babysensory.co.uk

Welcome to Baby Sensory Cambridge!

Baby Sensory Cambridge 

  'It's all so magical...'

Welcome to a world of magical sensory wonder.

 Baby Sensory is the original Baby Development programme specifically designed for babies from birth to 13 months. We are a science backed programme created by experts with all our activities carefully planned and created with your baby's development in mind. We lay foundations for your child's later learning through fun, safe, captivating and exciting ideas for play. 

 Our classes currently run in Duxford & Trumpington. Each week we will take you through a session of rich and beneficial sensory activities following baby's natural cycle of play rest play to ensure they get the absolute best out of our classes.

Each week there is a new theme, new ways to discover learning and bonding together throughout your baby's all important first year of life, a time in which their brain volume will double as a result of trillions of new neural connections right from birth.

Your baby's senses will be stimulated with all the textures, smells, sights, sounds, lights,  puppet shows, props and all the bubbles you can imagine in every single class. The variety of play is unlike no other....you do not want to miss out!

It is never too early to bring your baby along to our magical classes. Babies learn more in their first three months of life with their brains doubling in volume by the end of their first year. How amazing is that?!

You and your baby can join our classes at anytime providing there is space so you don't have to wait for the start of a new term. I am so happy to be able to offer you the opportunity to make new friends and experience the Baby Sensory magic in our fantastic venues. 

If you are interested in attending any of our current classes, please select the 'book now' tab to book your space or for further information about our classes, please email me at cambridge@babysensory.co.uk.  



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