No need to be bashful with sensory exploration session

November 29, 2013 by  

The Boogie Bash, designed for children under the age of five, will provide youngsters with an exciting new learning opportunity this December. An interactive session to enhance their skills, digital flyer printing and poster printing might have been used to spread the word about this session to parents in this community and the surrounding areas.

This exciting program gives under-5s an introduction to the space that surrounds them and encourages them to learn to co-operate with others on a social level, while working out how to develop a sense of musical rhythm. As part of this session, kids will learn how to strengthen many of their senses, including listening and language development. Children attending this event will be encouraged to participate to promote the social aspects of learning and friendship skills.

During this session, the young guests will be provided with common goals that encourage them to communicate and learn more. This program takes place in a nurturing and safe environment and involves play and discovery, while enabling children to network with other newfound friends in the same age group.

The cost to attend is simply admission to the museum. The Youth Boogie Bash is happening on Tuesday, December 10, at 11:00 am at the Woodlands Children’s Museum located at 4775 West Panther Creek Drive in Spring, Texas. To learn more about this learning opportunity, or to register to attend, please visit the Woodlands Children’s Museum website or call the office during normal business hours.