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Local Activities

Multi-Sports Class for toddlers at The Forum (Greenwich)
ABC Multi-Sports weekly classes are run by professional coaches from ProInfinity Sports. The specially designed classes with a variety of sports and methods help your child to develop agility, balance, coordination and speed. Great for social skills, self-esteem and an introduction to being active. Classes are just £5 each and geared at children aged 18m to 4yrs old. Classes are held on Thursday mornings (10am) and pre-booking is required. Send an email to more2childcare@gmail.com for more details.

www.more2childcare.com

Stay and Play at The Bridge (Greenwich)
The Bridge is nearby the East Greenwich Pleasuance park and has an indoor soft play area, book and toys, and an outdoor play area for children under 5. Every day offers a different take of Stay and Play which offers variety for children who go regularly. Sessions are run daily and cost £2 per family (1 adult and 1 child) and 50p for any additional children.

www.thebridgegreenwich.co.uk

Baby Picasso’s at the Cornerstone Café (Woolwich)
The Cornerstone Café is a new addition to the recently developed Royal Arsenal site in Woolwich. This is a fun class offers kids from 2-5 a chance to unleash their creativity. Parents are highly encouraged to take part in helping their little ones create colourful trinkets, painting masterpieces and getting super messy with the homemade play-dough. Classes are £7 each and held every Sunday; please enquire directly for more details.

thecornerstonecafe.co.uk


Parent & Baby/Toddler Groups

Toddler Sensory
Toddler sensory is an extension of the famous baby sensory classes but is aimed at kids aged 1-3 and incorporates free play, soft play and structured play. Classes are held by Katy O’Connor and are £7 per session, £84 per term. Katy offers a free taster session on your first visit which is great for those who want to try something new.

www.babysensory.com

Water Babies
Teach your little ones those important survival skills in the water at an early age to help them learn how to swim to the edge of a pool to prevent them from drowning. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital classes were held every Friday in the hydrotherapy pool which is small but very warm (39 degree celsius). We loved our intimate class but if you prefer a bigger pool, there are classes at Charlton Park Academy and Lewisham hospital. Classes are for 10wks per term and price varies depending on the chosen location.

www.waterbabies.co.uk

Monkey Music
Does your little one love to dance and listen to music? If the answer is yes, then this group for your toddler. The classes enhance their motor skills and hand-eye co-ordination through listening to the music, dancing, singing and playing musical instruments. Rebecca Maskell is a fabulous teacher and she runs the lessons at St. Alfege church on Mondays, at ‘The Forum’ on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and at Greenwich West community centre on Thursdays. Email Rebecca directly for prices and a free taster session.

www.monkeymusic.co.uk

Little Kickers
This is a special football club for toddlers aged between 18-24 months to learn moves that will help improve their hand-eye co-ordination, gross and fine motor skills and keep them healthy, fit and active. It’s also a chance to get to meet other mummies and let your little ones build up a new set of friends. Classes are held Kidbrooke, Woolwich Common and Bexley and soon they will be opening a class in Greenwich but that will only be for kids aged 2+. You need to sign up online for the classes or go onto a waiting list for your chosen location. You will also need to pay a one-off membership fee which pays for your child’s football uniform and registration.

www.littlekickers.co.uk

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