Activities for Wallingford Toddlers

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  1. Keely said,

    The neighborhood community centers offer a $2 open gym play time. I don’ t know all of them but Loyal Heights is on Tuesdays 10 – 2 (I believe)
    Certainly worth looking up and adding to the calendar.

    Also the libraries have free story time.

    Fri, March 12 at 10:53 am
  2. Vivian said,

    New Parent/Child Classes offered at Dance Fremont!
    LOCATION: 4015 Stone Way N.
    CONTACT: 206.633.0812 OR [email protected]
    DATES & TIMES: Wednesdays 9:30-10:15AM & FIRST QTR: 9/13-11/13
    ATTIRE: Loose comfortable attire & barefoot

    Moms, dads, caregivers, grandparents are all welcome to explore the joy of movement with little ones! A variety of activities using music, props, rhythm instruments, rhymes and stories bring joyful ways of developing movement skills – activities that you can continue playing with at home!

    This class forms a solid foundation of learning for young children – exploring developmentally appropriate movement (body awareness, control, balance, coordination – using the universal language of dance) in a nurturing and safe environment. And, it provides a place for parents and caregivers to connect and have fun exploring with them! This class is a fabulous introduction to movement and dance for young children.

    Wed, July 28 at 9:02 pm
  3. Tara Katz said,

    I am opening another little school called Tara’s Tots “Chickadees”. It is a four hour program, running Mondays-Thursdays from 8:30am-12:30pm, for children between the ages of 12-36 months. Parents can enroll in any number of days and drop in options are available.The children arrive in the morning and are welcomed with a hug and a warm bowl of Organic oatmeal. All food is supplied from breakfast through lunch and is organic, wholegrain and homemade. If you are looking for a beautiful, loving program for your child I think you are going to be enchanted with my newest program. Feel free to email me:
    [email protected]
    I would love to show you around.

    Fri, August 27 at 11:21 pm
  4. Annie Lareau said,

    Come join us for the first of Book-It Repertory’s 2010-11 Family Fun Series this Saturday, September 25. Our popular kid-focused family gatherings are a great chance to see the energetic productions that our education department tours to thousands of young people all over Washington State. This season’s series features more great children’s literature with book-themed craft projects and post-show workshops.
    UP NEXT:
    The Prince of the Pond: Otherwise Known as De Fawg Pin
    by Donna Jo Napoli
    This fanciful take on the familiar fable of the Frog Prince is told from a frog’s point of view. The Prince of the Pond cleverly and hilariously blends the silly and the scientific, taking us beyond the delightful fairy tale to an entertaining lesson in pond life.

    Doors open for crafts at 10:30 a.m.;
    performance at 11:00 a.m;
    workshop follows performance.

    All events are held in Center House Theatre at Seattle Center.
    Children 12 and under $10; Adults $12. BUY TICKETS NOW
    We hope to see your family this Saturday!

    Fri, September 24 at 1:56 pm
  5. Amy Carroll said,

    Bring your young children to Seattle Family Dance
    sponsored by Seattle Folklore Society and Phinney Neighborhood Center
    Live musicians and a caller teach family-friendly dances for you and your children ages toddler-10
    3rd Sundays thru January 2011
    3pm-5pm in Phinney Neighborhood Center-Community Hall (brick building, lower parking lot entry)
    6532 Phinney Ave N., Seattle
    $6/person maximum $18/family ($5 and $15 for SFS or PNA members)
    Contact [email protected] for more info.

    Wed, November 17 at 9:59 pm

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