TINY TOWN has tons of opportunities for fun (and learning!) for children, ages 18 months to 7 years. Let your child develop a healthy love of discovery with classes designed to engage and intrigue, to be fun and exciting, and offer lots of opportunity for socialization and making new friends. We call it The Power Of Play.
Mommy and Me
Sit, Stretch, and Play Ages: 18 mo-2 yrs Now that your little Nestling has turned one – he or she is full steam ahead with curiosity and energy to boot! Mommy and me is a unique class designed to provide you with the best TINY TOWN have to offer. Set up to keep pace with your ever-moving bundle of wonder, you’ll get to experience movement, music, and discussion as three of our wonderful instructors lead you in separate mini-classes. Sing along, practice early tumble skills, build confidence, and ask questions in this fun and dynamic class where you baby gets the stimulation they crave and YOU get the adult conversation you NEED!
This program allows children to build a variety of different places, things imaginative objects with The Little Architect building bricks. We use variety of bricks, small and large blocks in sizes to encourage and inspire children to build. Children can use their imaginations to build their own things. This program encourages children to be creative in construction and encourages collaborative and social play. The building bricks come in a variety of colours, and some feature facial features to allow for creative play. This program is compatible with all other “The Little Architects” Suitable for children from the age of 2 years. The play is an important part of early childhood. Play encourages children to learn, develop and grow whilst they have fun. Through play, children can develop important cognitive and physical skills. Play encourages creativity, imagination, perseverance and the development of language and social skills. Children become more confident and develop a stronger sense of identity through play.
this is a drop off class designed for three-four year old’s. In this class children will continue to explore various art materials including paint, clay, crayons, oil pastels, collage and more. Creative exploration will continue and be built upon. New art concepts and skills will be introduced such as shape, texture, line, gluing, cutting and more. While process is still the focus in this class, children will begin to create art using recognizable shapes and patterns.
Is your little one busy climbing, crawling, opening up drawers, exploring your cabinets, and pulling off EVERYTHING from your shelves? Could your pot and pan jammer use a new and exciting place to play? Could you use some time letting your little one play in the safety of NEST with our fun Playmates? Join us for our weekly Pop-Up class where your Nestling will be challenged with new activities, skills, and games so that YOU can say yes! Yes to giggles, jumping, and exploring in our safe but exciting gym space with our fantastic TINY TOWN Playmates! Each class will feature new props, activities, and skill building so there’s always something interesting going on! Sign up for the whole session or drop in when you can! Come and play with us!
Cooking can help young kids learn and practice some basic math concepts and build language skills. And the experience of creating meals with you can help build their self-confidence and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits. It may take a little flexibility and some simple prep work, but with the right expectations, the time of curious chef can be a culinary adventure for enjoy. No-bake No-oven recipes provide a perfect introduction to the kitchen for littlies. TINY TOWN helps your littlies to make some of these ideas are super easy, it require just a tiny bit of adult assistance. No matter what they like to make, all our recipe ideas are yum!
do your kids love nature exploring? Nature detective is a nature based indoor and outdoor combined playgroup activity for kids aged 2-7yrs. This program connects children with the natural world, inspiring them to love and make nature inspired craft and activities. In these program children will play, explore, and make discoveries on unlimited imaginative places of woodlands, prairies, ponds, wetlands, and beautiful Lakes. Sometimes field trips also invite the little detectors interact with live and play type amphibians, reptiles and raptors at the center.
Tales story club
Storytelling activities help your kids connect with their creativity. The activities are all about taking an idea, developing it and creating something that is sharable. Here is a collection of fun and playful ways to bring stories to life with creative storytelling activities! From play dough and story sensory bins to small world play and dramatic retelling, there are lots of ideas here to choose from and keep little ones busy in playful learning.
Keeping early literacy fun and playful is essential. Too much pressure to read and write can be intimidating and plenty of young children get turned off learning very early in life because they’re forced into it too soon. The foundations of good literacy skills dwell in comprehension and language skills, which are fostered best through listening to stories and retelling them in a fun way. TINY TOWN often like to take a well-loved story book or traditional tale and find ways to retell it in an active, playful and hands on way..
Knight riders club
Confidence, skill and safety awareness can be built through progressive practice on wheeled toys in the playground. Children love to ride the tricycles at outdoor because it gives them independence, a sense of achievement and lots of fun. It also builds their muscles and teaches them to co-ordinate their gross motor skills. TINY TOWN ‘s starter trikes give children confidence, a sense of achievement, familiarity with the school grounds and spatial awareness.
Children learn to balance, to co-ordinate hand, eye and body, and to develop gross motor skills. They seem to naturally and speedily progress to a three-wheeled trike.
Bike role play opportunities include:
* Pizza delivery
* Traffic policemen
* Air and sea rescue
* Garage repairs
* Ambulance services
* Motor bike message couriers
Baby Zoologist for Kids invites the next generation of zoologists to discover the animal kingdom through clear, entertaining information and anecdotes, sensory bins, hands-on activities, and peer-reviewed research. Young minds are introduced to zoology as a wild life adventure by discussing animals’ forms, functions, and behaviors as well as the history behind zoos and aquariums. Related activities include messy mold play dough animal cells, playing a dolphin-echolocation game, and practicing designing an exhibit. Young readers can peek into the world of zookeepers and aquarists, veterinarians, wildlife researchers, and conservationists as they “train” their friends and perform field research in their own play area to engage hands-on experimenters as well as singing indulging a general interest in animal rhymes their sounds.
TINY TOWN children will engage these activities to be an effective way to address science standards and will simply enjoy the hands-on experiences.
Music and movements
Music ignites all areas of child development: intellectual, social and emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy. It helps the body and the mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. By combining the structure of a movement class with the energy of a music class, music and movements program is the perfect one. Our skilled movement instructors will guide your child through a series of age-appropriate activities while our talented musicians entertain. We’ll explore tempo and rhythm while discovering all the creative ways our tiny one’s bodies can move to music.
Marie curie’s science lab
If you’re looking for some fun science experiments for kids then you’ve select to the right class. Check out our free experiments section, full of fascinating hands-on experiments that are a great way to enjoy the world of science.
Learn interesting science and technology facts by experimenting with different materials that react in surprising ways. You’ll find a lot of experiments can be done using simple ingredients (with adult supervision of course). Basic materials can help you perform experiments that are simple, safe and perfect for kids. Enjoy our fun science experiments, make cool projects with easy ideas for children, let your child show friends & family what he he/she have discovered and most importantly, have fun!
Between when a baby first learns to sit on his own and when he starts preschool, many gross motor skills are developing. The ability to catch, throw, and kick a ball often reflect how well a child can balance his body in space, interact with his environment, and coordinate opposing sides of his body. As a prelude to specialized sports, ball skills are especially important for children to master. Let’s start to kick your ball at TINY TOWN!
Music ignites all areas of child development: intellectual, social and emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy. It helps the body and the mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. By combining the structure of a movement class with the energy of a music class, Jamboree program is the perfect one. Our skilled movement instructors will guide your child through a series of age-appropriate activities while our talented musicians entertain. We’ll explore tempo and rhythm while discovering all the creative ways our tiny one’s bodies can move to music.
Big messy play
Messy play is the ultimate sensory experience, it is one where our little ones learn to co-ordinate all of their senses to taste, touch, hear, smell and look at all the vibrant colours. They do all of this while coordinating their body position, developing their motor skills and maintaining their balance. Messy play is a social activity, little ones learn about cause & effect, hand to eye co-ordination, they are able to make choices and they are able to communicate these with others. When you see the amount of skills and sensory input that your little one gets from the experience of coming to messy play it is easy to see why. We are around to help and it is common for babies to be hesitant initially. It is a good idea to bring the mess to them initially rather than sitting them straight in a basin or tray, introduce the activity gently. If your little one is overwhelmed, please don’t hesitate to speak to us. We’ll grade the activity and put together a big messy play station just for them
Tuck tumble and jam
Calling all high energy life lovers! We will keep your young ones moving between the tumbling instruction on our gymnastics mats and balancing on our balancing beam to Bopping to the beat and learning age appropriate hip hop dance moves. Buckle up cause this class will keep you hoppin!
It’s a big world out there and there’s so much everyday adventure stories! Come listen, giggle, learn, and sing with TINY TOWN’s World Musical story Class! We’ll be exploring the globe as we travel to India, Greece, China, and more to discover how children make music and art all over the world. Incorporating creative movement, art, and music, this class will allow your busy little person to become a world traveller without all the plane crying and jet lag. Each class will feature a different and unique experience, live music performance with make big noise to travel all over the country! Join us for this exciting new class where the world comes alive here at TINY TOWN!
Junk art is a box filled with recyclables which the children can use to create just about anything. There’s nothing like self-directed play with loose parts to sharpen your children’s problem-solving skills, build resilience and encourage their creative thinking.There are many different ways to put together an inventor’s box. It all depends on your children’s interests and what materials they have available. There is so much fun to be had with this loose parts play activity. Your child can easily keep tinkering away throughout the years and children might never get bored of their junk art as it’s content will always change.
If you’re looking for your child do something recycle, reuse & reproduce on their play, learn for use real life, you should really send them junk art class for think creative, live frugally and play!
wear your tutus and tiaras! This class playfully introduces the basic positions and movements of ballet using music, games, creative imagery, and stories. Then, enjoy a ballet party in your tutu after the dancing is done. Dancing ballerinas will learn new ballet skills and concepts and improve their balance, rhythm, and flexibility. Then, they’ll enjoy a special story after the dancing is done. Throughout the semester, the dancers will choreograph a show to perform for family and friends on the last day of class.
Dance Classes should always be pursued from an early age. By enrolling your child in a dance class it would build up their kinesthetic intelligence and fosters self-expression and confidence. For some children, it is easily identifiable whether they have dancing bones in their genes. Parents will need to find out if dance is something that their kids will even enjoy. With so many different genres of dance to choose from, what are the popular types of dance classes for kids?
When you think about jazz, you might think of tapping and jiving to the beat of Broadway musicals and 40s club lounge music. Jazz dance encompasses many styles like tap, theatre and jitterbug. It’s a very exciting and lively genre of dance and kids can expect to have lots of fun.
Lots of physical movement for sure. There’s a lot of techniques that can also be found in Hip Hop such as learning to isolate specific parts of the body. Jazz is all about finding the passion from inside and radiating it out with excitement. It’s a happy form of dance so kids will be smiling for the majority of the routine
Jazz dancing is an ideal mode of self-expression that is beneficial to their physical form. All the pent-up feelings of anger, angst and sadness can be channelled into passionate, energetic dance moves. After all, Jazz music was invented to be rebellious and expressive. If your child wants to dance like Footloose, then this is the dance for them.
Tiny feet dancers
Boys and girls will skip, jump, turn, roll, and chase their way through creative movement exercises with the help of a professional dancer and TINY TOWN playmates. Your little dancer will benefit from increased coordination, spatial awareness, improved balance, posture and grace. Your tiny dancer will also be introduced to rhythm and storytelling through creative movement. Bring your dancer to TINY TOWN for their first dance class to harness all that toe-tapping energy and create new material for their next living room performance.
Reading aloud and sharing stories with your child is one of the most important and enjoyable things you can do together. If you’re not sure what or how to start reading with your little one? Sharing stories, talking and singing every day helps your child’s development in lots of ways. You’re getting your child familiar with sounds, words, language and, eventually, the value and joy of books. This all builds your child’s early literacy skills, like the ability to listen to and understand words. It also helps her go on to read successfully later in childhood. Reading stories stimulates your child’s imagination and helps him learn about the world around him. It’s also a great time for you to bond with your child and share time together.
At TINY TOWN’s story jam, reading with your child is all about spending special time together, and having fun by enjoying the language and illustrations through picture books.
Tiny family music
Jam along to songs that both you and your little ones will enjoy this popular 45-min class. For babies and toddlers, music can be a dynamic social learning experience. Listening and making music together, children learn to work as a team while they each contribute to the song in their own way. Our talented musicians encourage hands-on participation using props and cute little instruments. Over the course of a semester, your little one will learn cooperation, sharing, compromise, creativity, and concentration – skills that become invaluable as they enter school, face new challenges, and begin to form new friendships. If your kid loves to dance and move to music, this class is a must.
Dress for a mess and artistic success! Young children are free to smear, squeeze, splatter and otherwise explore artistic possibilities in our sensory play bins, writing tables, and giant paper painting for fun that is too big to try at home. Storybook sharing inspires new ideas and creativity as children work with a variety of materials that include paints, dough, crayons, chalk, and collage. Get ready for a messy good time.