Baby & Toddler Timetable: BS34

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A list of weekly term-time activities for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers in BS34. Please contact groups prior to arriving to ensure they are running on that day.

MONDAY

Sing and Sign: Jump, Cribbs Causeway

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Developed with the help of speech and language professionals and recommended by experts, Sing and Sign is the original British baby signing programme.

Babies use all kinds of signs and gestures as a natural part of learning to talk. Encouraging your baby with extra signs like milk, more, change nappy or tired will help your baby communicate! Baby signing with Sing and Sign is easy and fun and over the course your baby will learn around 150 signs. Your baby will recognise important words sooner and can use the signs to “talk” to you before speech.

  • 10.15 stage 1 (for babies aged 6-16 months), 11.15pm Babes (for babies aged 2 – 6 months)
  • Pre-booking on a term-time basis is required
  • Contact Verity: 07584 428 611 / verityjowett@singandsign.co.uk

Handprints

  • 10-12am
  • Little Stoke Community Hall, Little Stoke Lane, Little Stoke, BS34 6HR
  • Contact 0117 9599280
  • More details

TUESDAY

Coniston Toddler Group

A playgroup for babies and toddlers to pre-school age. Term-time only.

  • 9.30-11.30am
  • £1 for the first child and 50p for each child thereafter
  • Coniston Community Centre, The Parade, Patchway BS34 5LP
  • Contact Emma or Barbara on 0117 9236878
  • More details

Jumping Beans Come and Play sessions 

A drop in playgroup for babies and children aged 0 – 5 years and their parents/carers. Activities include crafts, stories, songs, games, art and lots of toys. Coffee and cake is provided.

WEDNESDAY

diddi dance: Little Stoke Community Hall

Funky pre-school dance classes suitable for both boys and girls aged 18 months upwards, however, we have had lots of younger children join in.

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THURSDAY

diddi dance: St Teresa’s Social Centre

Funky pre-school dance classes suitable for both boys and girls aged 18 months upwards, however, we have had lots of younger children join in.

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