Early Learning & Care for kids in Kew (3101)

Eastern Melbourne, the Melbourne Region, Victoria (VIC)

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Rhythm Rumble
FREE Music lessons for children. RHYTHM RUMBLE music classes for 1-5 year olds are held in Play Centres around Melbourne. No Enrolment required FREE music class for all children. RHYTHM RUMBLE classes can also be hired for ChildCare Centres and Kindergartens RHYTHM RUMBLE music classes are designed to teach children the fundamentals of music by engaging children with a hands on approach to play based learning. Every class uses a variety of instruments, props, singing and recorded music ...
WANT TO GET YOUR KIDS INTO SPORT EARLY AND DEVELOP THEIR BALANCE, HAND EYE CO-ORDINATION AND SOCIAL SKILLS? Ready Steady Go Kids is an action-packed preschool sport and exercise program. Our Physio designed multi-sport activities teach toddlers and kids the fundamentals of 10 different sports: Soccer, Tennis, Golf, Football, Cricket, Athletics, Basketball, Hockey, Rugby and T- Ball, whilst enhancing gross and fine motor skills in a fun, social, non-competitive and supportive environment. We also ...
Little Learners Love Literacy
Little Learners Love Literacy has a passion for helping ALL children to read, write and spell. There are a number of independent centres offering fun pre-school classes to prepare children for the next step to school. Children love learning about Milo and his friends using the Milo's Birthday Surprise book, playing games with sounds, blending sounds to make words and 'rainbow writing'. Centres are listed on the Little Learners Love Literacy website.
Inside the Brick® is a social enterprise that fosters and promotes the benefits of construction play for cognitive and social development. The company was established in 2012 specifically to meet the needs of children at risk of social isolation, particularly those impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders (esp. Aspergers). We have found that construction play groups (especially featuring LEGO bricks) are inexpensive activities that allow disadvantaged children to access play and social opportunities ...
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