We have just a few spaces remaining in the Saskatoon classes which start February/March 2016
Level I – 10-10:50am FULL
Tiny Tots Sensory – 11:00-11:50am starting Feb 2- 2 spaces remaining
Messy Makers – 11-11:50am starting March 2 – 1 space remaining
Level II – 12-12:50 starting Feb 16 – 2spaces remaining
Level I – 1-1:50pm – FULL
Level I – 2-2:50pm – 4 spaces remaining
Warman/Martensville Classes starting January 6, 2016
Level II – 10:30-11:15
Level I – 11:45-12:30
Please connect with Tanya Myrfield-Wolfe BSW, RSW, Certified Baby Sign Language Instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or fill out the registration at:
Research shows that using ASL signs, rather than made up gestures, strengths neurological brain connection. This means the activities that we use in our classes, increases and promotes intellectual/cognitive development.
An example of an activity is our ‘shake’ bottles. These bottles are often filled with water, and various other items such as sparkles, pom poms, pipe cleaners, and buttons. Together, the parent and their child, shake the bottle and watch the changes. The specific brain development concept that is being learn is called, cause and effect. This activity is completed in our “toy/object” theme.