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Children Group Playing Toy Blocks. Little Kids Early Developmentfranch

  • The Magic of Play
  • Fabulous Developmental Fun for Fabulous Kids
  •  State of the Art child oriented gym equipment
  • Physical movement and music equal brain development
  • Fun interactive characters painted on walls of Music Rooms

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Baby Power

These are Parent/Child play classes for ages 6 months up to 3 ½ Years.

Children Group Playing Toy Blocks. Little Kids Early Development

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Forever Kids

Classes Designed to develop the second phase in a child’s development.

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Baby Power Forever-Kids parties are action-packed and filled with activities.

Kid Boy Celebrating His Birthday And Blowing Candles On Cake

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Your Toddler’s Developing Brain: The first three years of your child’s life is so important because everything he does with you – from playing to eating, walking, reading, and singing- helps jump-start his brain. Your toddler was born with about 100 billion brain cells and each one of those brain cells send and received electrical ...

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Imaginary Friends

  Imaginary Friends Many children, by the age of three, play pretend games and interact with their toys, stuffed animals, and dolls as if they were alive but even earlier than the age of seven many children take imaginative play a step further and create and invisible friend. Invisible friends can be human, animal or ...

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Use Storytelling to Engage the Creative Mind of a Child

  In our next series of blogs, we’ll be sharing ways to spark the imagination of a child. Parents and teachers can create opportunities for children to develop an imagination starting when a child is very young. At Baby Power, we strongly believe in the Power of Play (see white paper), and the only place ...

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Parent Child Bonding

What promotes bonding between a parent/child? A child needs to know that they’re loved. If they’re deprived of love, it will be very difficult to get along with children or adults. The first thing is they have to let the child know they are loved and accepted for who they are, not what the parent ...

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