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Wed. 4/9th 1 pm: Tiny Tykes/Waddlers Free MyGym Trial Class at WC, 7-22 months

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Wed. 4/9th 1 pm: Tiny Tykes/Waddlers Free MyGym Trial Class at WC, 7-22 months  Wed. April 9th (1 pm): COMBO Tiny Tykes/Waddlers Class (Please join us any 1st Wed. of the month) MyGym WC FREE Trial Class for 7-22 months old; become an OHM member and receive $75.00 waived off your enrollment registration! Savings applies for the MyGym San Ramon location too! Tiny Tykes (7-13 months) As the babies gain hand, arm and trunk control and become mobile, we introduce new and stimulating activities. Our experienced teachers are sensitive to the strong emotional attachment these little ones are developing with their mothers, and each parent/child unit is nurtured according to their specific needs. Our Tiny Tykes and their parents are led through a variety of beginning stretches, exercises, infant songs and dances, baby-safe rides and adventures, balance and agility skills, and introductory tumbling during this program. A relationship to movement and physical activity begins to develop, as our Tiny Tykes discover their natural abilities and enhance their physical and cognitive development. Waddlers: (14 -22 months) This stimulating 1-hour program introduces balancing, tumbling, hanging and agility skills, which helps the children develop a love of physical activity and a sense of pride in their achievements. At this age, a child’s level of independent mobility will typically progress from aggressive crawling to running. Additional fine and gross motor skills developed during this stage include kicking a ball, building a block tower, riding a tricycle, and walking up stairs. Our highly trained instructors shower the children with affection, as they guide our Waddlers in early social skills through interactive songs, choreographed dances, age-specific puppet shows, special rides, and a variety of swings and other original activities.


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