Wee Hoots

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Wee Hoots!

This action-packed program is all about toddlerhood!  Parents learn about supporting their toddlers’ development as they grow from crawlers into walkers and screamers into talkers!  Each class includes a half-hour of music, play and dance activities and a half-hour of evidence-informed parent discussion on topics related to toddlerhood.  (See list of topics below).  During the second half of class, toddlers remain in the same space as their parents as they participate in unstructured play and socialization with kids their own age.  Information discussed in this program is applicable to children, ages 12 months to 30 months.  NOTE- Younger children are welcome to attend this program as long as they are turning (or closed to turning) 12 months during the session they are enrolled in.   This program consists of 10, one-hour classes, qualifies for the Ontario Children’s Activity Tax Credit and the Federal Children’s Fitness Tax Credit and includes a subscription to EcoParent Magazine!   

Fee: $275

 
FALL/SPRING curriculum: (for parents and toddlers, 12 months – 30 months)
 
Week 1: Welcome to Wee Hoots: Introduction and saying Hello!
Week 2: Playing with my Toddler: Learning about toddler play
Week 3: Disciplining my Toddler: Discussing positive discipline strategies
Week 4: My Toddler’s Feelings: Learning how to support emotional development
Week 5: Rock-a-bye Toddler: Discussing toddler sleep strategies
Week 6: My Toddler’s Food: Discussing healthy eating for toddlers
Week 7: My Toddler’s Body: Learning how to support physical development
Week 8: My Toddler’s Mind: Discussing cognitive development and learning
Week 9: My Confident Toddler: Learning how to support self-esteem
Week 10: Graduation from Wee Hoots: Graduation and saying Good-bye!
 
WINTER/SUMMER curriculum: (for parents and toddlers, 12 months – 30 months)
 
Week 1: Welcome to Wee Hoots: Introduction and saying Hello!
Week 2: My Unique Toddler: Understanding your toddler’s temperament
Week 3: My Toddler’s Friends: Learning how to support social development
Week 4: Time-out Toddler: Discussing whether, when and how to use “time-out”
Week 5: Rock-a-bye Toddler: Learning how to transition from a crib to a bed
Week 6: My Toddler’s Potty: Discussing potty-training strategies
Week 7: My Toddler’s Technology: Discussing the pros and cons of technology
Week 8: My Toddler’s Talking: Learning how to support language development
Week 9: My Toddler’s School: Discussing how to prepare your toddler for school
Week 10: Graduation from Wee Hoots: Graduation and saying Good-bye!
 

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LOCATIONS:

WEST:
Sorauren Park Fieldhouse, 50 Wabash Ave
Fridays, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 
 

Wee Hoots – Roncesvalles – Winter 2017

Wee Hoots – Roncesvalles – Spring 2017
 
 
 
EAST:
Sprouts, 183 Carlaw Avenue
Wednesdays, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
 

Wee Hoots – Leslieville – Winter 2017

 
 
 
 
 
CENTRAL:
Knox Church, 630 Spadina Ave
Fridays, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 
 

Wee Hoots – Annex – Winter 2017

Wee Hoots – Annex – Spring 2017