Moo Session Types
Baby MOO is a calmer music and sensory session which is for babies from six weeks until they are wibbly wobbly walking. The benefits of sensory activities and music for babies are scientifically proven, every area of the brain is stimulated when babies engage in musical activity. Music helps develop communication and language skills, physical competence, social skills, creativity and imagination as well as being a lovely, fun to way to interact with your little one. There is something to learn in every Moo Music song as they have been developed by a team of early childhood education experts and professional musicians. At Baby Moo we use singing and age appropriate instruments and props. The exploration of sound, repetition of songs and activities such as keeping a steady beat will develop a lifelong love of music in your little one. This is a great way to make new friends- both for babies and the adults too.
Baby MOO in the Dark is new sensory filled session for little ones from birth to just before crawling. The session is carried out in a dimly lit room and uses lights along with light up and glow in the dark props with a soundtrack of Moo Music original songs.
*Please note this session is for non crawlers and non walkers only*
Min MOO is suitable for little ones from crawling until around 3 1/2 years of age.
We use singing, movement games and sensory play. We use a variety of props and musical instruments all set to our original catchy MOO Music songs. Its a fantastic class for developing personal and social skills as they interact with one another all whilst having fun.
**Non crawling siblings are welcome **
Mixed MOO is great fun for all age groups These are great sessions for friends with children of different ages, or a joint sibling activity. We use singing, movement, games, sensory play, creative role play and instruments all set to the fantastic and original catchy Moo songs. The children have so much fun, they don’t even realise they're learning. Mixed Moo is a fantastic class for developing personal and social skills as children interact with one another. All activities are appropriate according to ages and ability of the children in the group.