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  • 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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Birthdays

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

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Stuck Inside with your Toddler or Young Child?

20 activites  Article by Julie Borm If you are stuck inside and can’t find something to keep your toddler or preschooler occupied besides Paw Patrol, here are a few ideas that don’t require a lot of money or creativity. Play grocery store: Find a few items around the house (spoons, book, socks, apples) and set ...

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Taking your Toddler to a Restaurant

Your goal, when taking your toddler to a restaurant, is not so much enjoyment, but disaster mitigation!! A few days, prior to taking, your toddler to a restaurant, you may want to read him some books about eating in a restaurant and set some ground rules that your toddler will understand. You may want to, ...

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Why Do Toddlers Run Away?

OMG my toddler bolted!!! Somebody, please stop her before she runs in the street!! I am sure this has happened to you at one time or another, or if not, it may. Toddlers love the feeling of being free to run around, if you are in a safe place where you can see your toddler, ...

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Why Do Toddlers Throw Things?

“Wow”! “This is fun”! I can grasp this thing with my fingers, open up my fingers, and the “thing” will fall or I can lift my arm, throw and open my fingers, an 18 month to 3 years child may think. It takes fine motor skills to open and let go of an object. Your ...

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