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Itsy-Bitsy Movement & Signs

Songs, baby signs, movement & laughter!

Studies have shown that movement is an integral part of a child’s growth and development. This fun interactive group will promote a healthy lifestyle, develop strong muscles and bone density, heart and lung fitness, while exploring new and different ways for parents and their babies to utilize music and movement to benefit development, attachment & bonding, and provide ways of supporting routines:

  • Sleeping routine
  • Quiet time
  • Balance
  • Tantrum taming

Itsy-Bitsy Movement & Signs will encourage your child to develop a healthy body, happy confident awareness, and creative spirit. This group may help children with spatial relations, improve self-concept, expand expressive language, facilitate communication, foster independence, and develop trust. The group is open to parents with children from newborns up to children who are crawling.

Six consecutive Fridays from 10:00-11:00am in the Hanchett Auditorium at Lowell General Hospital's Main Campus

  • October 17- November 21, 2014
  • December 5 - December 19, 2014 (mini 3-week session)
  • January 16th - February 20th, 2015
  • March 13th- April 10th, 2015

About the Presenter

Miranda Moe has her Masters in Social Work and has over 7 years of experience working with children ranging in age from birth through young adult. Miranda has completed 3 semesters of course work in American Sign Language and is currently working at South Bay Early Childhood as a Social Worker providing Early Intervention services to families with children ages birth to three years old. Miranda's specialty areas include, sign language, infant massage, attachment and bonding, behavior, grief and loss, stress management, and mental health support. 

Public Fee: FREE

REGISTER ONLINE

To register by phone, call 877-LGH-WELL (877-544-9355).

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