Baby Development Classes with Baby Sensory
Baby Sensory is a holistic programme that calls upon the findings of experts and provides an exciting and stimulating development environment for babies and their parents. Written by Dr. Lin Day (PhD Dip. Ed. BSc. PGCE. M. Phil), Baby Sensory has been specifically designed for babies 0 – 13 months. Founded on over thirty years of university research and practical theory, Baby Sensory is a unique programme that promotes baby learning and development from birth. Ongoing research ensures that the programme is constantly reviewed and updated.
Supporting the early development of babies
The programme comprises of 40 discrete session plans, the lessons have been designed to support the early development of babies through exposure to a wide range of stimulating sensory experiences. All lessons provide information about the development benefits of the activities and our research has shown that 92% of babies attending our classes develop ahead of their recognised milestones.
What to expect at a Baby Sensory class
Baby Sensory sessions include bonding techniques, baby whispering, baby massage and reflexology, sleep techniques, puppet shows, baby exercise, signing, action songs and rhymes, music and dance, visual development activities, developmental games, individual and co-operative activities and developmental play.
Building a solid foundation of learning
These award winning classes will introduce you and your baby to a world of sensory delights, where you can relax, spend quality time with each other and enjoy meeting other new parents. The overall programme provides a rich environment full of interesting sights, sounds, smells, colours, materials and language. These help to build a solid foundation that makes all subsequent learning easier.
Baby movement classes Brisbane
Each Baby Sensory class runs for 45 minutes and you will never experience the same class twice. Classes are held at:
- Camp Hill
- Albany Creek
- Acacia Ridge
- Springwood / Logan
- Sunshine Coast
- Gold Coast
To find out more, head to the Baby Sensory website.
If your child is no longer a baby, then you may like to join the Toddler Sense program. Find out more about Toddler Sense here.