Instill children with wonder, love and the skills to excel at life with a lot of fun along the way!
Molena Learning is a new interactive stimulating structured playgroup for Melbourne mums.
This weekly early learning enrichment class for mums and bubs age 6 months to 3 years old, is heavily influenced by attachment theory – children learn best with the loving care and support of their parents.
The curriculum was written by Fiona McDonald who also wrote the Cradle to Kinder framework for the Department Of Human Services. Fiona is also a highly respected Infant Mental Health Practitioner, Early Childhood Professional, and children’s author.
The Molena Learning program offers parents an innovative way to interact with their children each week with new songs, developmentally appropriate activities, games and so much more! Fiona's daughter, Amber, is also super entertaining, and comes with 14 years of dedicated teaching experience.
Stimulating activities for your baby
Fresh songs and ideas for things to do at home
Introduction to basic concepts
Develop fine and gross motor skills
Quality educational time with your baby
Meet other parents
"Loving our time with Amber. Fast paced, energetic and we feel smarter every week. Thanks for all the care and attention you give my son. Two big thumbs up!" - Linda McNeil
Molena Learning have now found a permanent home in Balwun North, and are looking for 10 mums and babies to begin their learning journey! Classes commence on Monday 29th January at 11am.
Where: 41 McShane Street, Balwyn North, 3104
Price: Try a session for free!
For more information, visit their website here or contact Amber on 0403810935, or Enquiries@molenalearning.com.au.
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