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Perth Hills, the Perth Region, Western Australia (WA)

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Early learning teachers & tutors for kids - greater than 5km from Bellevue (6056)

Signing Hands
Signing Hands is the leading provider of Baby and Toddler sign language classes in and around Perth, WA. Classes are full of fun, using stories, songs, puppets, craft, music and play to teach early communication skills to pre-verbal babies and toddlers. As the children grow the extended signing helps to improve all aspects of language development, builds confidence and is a fun activity your children will absolutely love. Using basic signs alongside speech has been proven to develop oral speech ...
Kumon Maths and English develop -Calculation ability and reading ability -Concentration -A daily study and reading habit -The confidence to learn independently Contact us to hear how we can support your child's learning .
Busy Bees Sensory
Busy Bees Sensory is a program designed for 2-4 year olds. Through play, music, movement, story-time and more your child will explore their five senses and develop imagination and creativity. Different fortnightly themes keep the classes fresh and exciting. Created and run by an experienced, dedicated teacher your child will "bee buzzing" with excitement at the end of every class. This structured program incorporates play through a variety of Sensory stations encouraging one of one time with parent ...
Ladybug Literacy for Kids
Ladybug Literacy for kids will offer children the opportunity to develop pre-literacy skills such as letter recognition, sounds and fine motor skills in a hands on, multi-sensory way. Classes are run by a qualified teacher and cater for children aged 18 months- 5 years. My mission is to teach children and parents the vital skills needed to develop pre-reading and pre-writing skills. Ladybugs will give your child the head start that is needed to develop these very important skills which are needed ...
Mercy College is a Primary and High School. It is a Catholic School. I am based in the school as an provider for before and after school care for families who work. We are based in a community hall, this place is a shared space so it's a bit hard to always be set up but we try our best. The company is called YMCA and it's a non-profit organisation. We do a lot of fun things at BSC and ASC. The children engage in playing with games, toys, colouring, painting and drawing. We try our best to meet all ...
Balcatta Gymbaroo
Join us at Gymbaroo and learn how to encourage, support and enhance your child’s brain development for success in school! Gymbaroo encourages critical skills for early learning and literacy. Gymbaroo provides hundreds of fun learning opportunities to give your baby and child the best chance to develop their potential. Gymbaroo is a continuing experience with developmental classes for babies, programs for toddlers and School Readiness classes for preschoolers that parents and children can enjoy ...
Kindermusik is a lively music & movement educational program for children - newborn to 6 years old. Children are natural musicians - they are born recognising patterns and rhythms around them. At Kindermusik we make sure we capture those magical years when children are at their learning peak by providing fun, active and engaging classes in a loving and nurturing environment. A mixture of singing, dancing, listening, playing instruments, games and stories - each class is always memorable and ...

At what age should my child start learning a musical instrument

As a Kindermusik Educator, this has to be one of the most common question I get asked from parents, especially when their child reaches pre-school and Kindy age. While there are always exceptions, in general, my suggestion to parents is to wait until their child is at least 5 or 6 years old. There are many compelling reasons for this - I've outlined some below - milestones by which most 5 or 6-year olds have or are beginning to achieve. Read more

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