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Fun with Japanese – P/T (1-2yrs)

January-10 to March-14, 2022 from 10:00 am to 11:15 am

This class is designed to introduce Japanese culture and have fun ' Learning through play' with mom and new friends. Mari has a wealth of knowledge and energy with over 30 years teaching experience in Japan and Canada and brings many opportunities, include singing songs, dancing, Art and craft, games and much more. Your child will develop social skills with other children in full Japanese environment. Please bring a water bottle. No class Feb 21.

Art Adventure (3-5yrs)

January-10 to March-7, 2022 from 10:30 am to 11:15 am

Let's have fun with different mediums in art such as paper art, collage, painting, stamping, finger painting, water coloring ,crafts and more. We start our adventure with a story time to get inspired! Drop in $16, space permitting. No class Feb 21.

Around the World (5-10yrs)

January-14 to March-11, 2022 from 4:15 pm to 5:00 pm

Get your backpack! Let?s travel around the world and explore all continents! It?s exciting to get know other countries, its cultures thorough stories, music and art! We will start our journey with a storybook and finish it with a craft! Drop in $16, space permitting. No class Feb 18.

Science for Preschoolers (3-5yrs)

January-20 to March-10, 2022 from 10:00 am to 10:45 am

Enjoy engaging demonstrations, perform simple experiments and discover how science can you better understand the world around you! STEAM4KIDS science programs are engaging hands-on learning experiences for children. Each session provides an interactive, age-appropriate exploration of a specific science topic.

Hola! Spanish for Preschoolers (3-5yrs)

January-20 to March-10, 2022 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

Hola! Spanish for preschoolers: Join our Spanish Immersion class for a morning surrounded by Spanish Language and warm Latin culture. The place where your preschooler will taste the language and play , sing, dance and explore how useful and fun it could be. Words in Motion is a Spanish Immersion program that enables children to learn Spanish in an easy and fun way! All programs follow a highly interactive and dynamic methodology based on play, exploration, singing and dancing, all…

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