Baby Sensory East Grinstead

07921 998654 eastgrinstead@babysensory.co.uk

Award Winning Baby Development Classes 

Baby Sensory is founded by Dr Lin Day, one of the UK’s leading parenting experts utilising over 35 years of research to help facilitate learning and development through educational, interactive and fun sessions which stimulate the senses

Classes provide ideas for creative play, massage, tummy time, movement, visual development, textures, scents and more. We also use a combination of original and traditional songs and rhymes to develop early speech and language skills, and sensory signing activities to help you and your baby communicate from birth.

Classes are approximately 50 minutes in length.

We start every week with our signature song Say Hello to the Sun followed by a range of sensory activities. With every activity we explain how it will help develop your babies and help them reach important milestones.

This is followed by a short break to follow baby’s natural play-rest-play cycle and ensure that baby does not become over-stimulated. The break is a fab time to relax, cuddle baby and have a chat with other parents and get to know each other.

We then continue our sensory activities and finish with our final soothing song Wave Goodbye.

With a year’s worth of lesson plans, and wonderful themes each week you will never repeat the same class. We offer a whole range of props and experiences for your baby from musical instruments to light shows, puppet shows, chiffons, bubbles, bouncing, massage, yoga and lots more.

Our classes are a magical place to meet new parents, ask questions, share ideas, experiences and memories together.

If you are looking for an exciting activity which will be fun for you and will help with your baby’s sensory development please get in touch.

Classes are easily accessible for parents living in the local communities including; Southborough, Speldhurst, Tunbridge Wells, Bidborough, Pembury, Groombridge, Wadhurst, Crowborough, East Grinstead, Forest Row, Ashurst Wood, Brambletye and Wych Cross.