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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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Physical Activity For Your Child Ages 3, 4, & 5 years

With today’s life styles most young kids are not moving enough. Yet the early years are critical, both for children’s physical and psychological growth and for developing lifelong healthy behaviours. More and more countries are developing physical activity guidelines for young children. The American Academy of Pediatrics and leading health and fitness organization all agree ...

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Toddler Exercise

According to the National Association of Sport and Physical education, your toddler should be logging a minimum of 30 minutes of structured exercise (a planned physical activity such as a game of kick ball or a tricycle ride) and at least one hour of unstructured exercise ( like a session of free play at the ...

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Exercising Your Baby? How much?

  Feeding is the only exercise needed for an infant. Breathing, sucking and swallowing all at once is exercise. But you can add to this by taking our baby for a walk in a stroller, put your baby on the floor beside you and practice stretching, play, talk and cuddle your baby regularly and carry ...

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Milestones ages 13 months to 3 years

13-18 Month Milestones (Pathways Development chart) Motor Walks independently Squats to pick up a toy Stacks two objects Helps with getting dress/undressed Sensory  Has a regular sleep schedule Is able to enjoy a wide variety of touch, noises, and smells Eats an increasing variety of foods Communication Combines sounds and gestures Imitate words and actions Consistently ...

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