Level 1 Non-mobile Babies Class

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The Level 1 non-mobile baby program is a 6 month program filled with fun activities and games that help you learn about your baby’s development and how best to ensure the essential foundations for learning are in place.

Our weekly 45 minute BabyROO program introduces you to song and movement ideas and lets you know what’s happening in different areas of development such as movement, vision, hearing, and touch. We include activities such as massage, auditory and visual stimulation, movement games, gentle exercises and music/rhythm/dance, plus lots and lots of ideas for tummy time.

Enrol in Non-Mobile Baby Level 1 class

LEVEL 1 NON-MOBILE BABYROO ACTIVITIES: BUILDING STRONG FOUNDATIONS

Level 1 Non-Mobile BabyROO class activities focus on natural sensory and motor development. Here are a few examples of what we do in class:

  • Tummy time ideas and activities that help baby develop a ‘body map’ and strengthen muscles that ready your baby for movement.
  • We show you lots of different massage techniques that stimulate your baby’s awareness of their own body.
  • Vestibular stimulation through gentle rhythmic movement is very soothing to your baby’s very immature nervous system. At BabyROO we show you different ways to gently sway, roll, rock, spin and dance with baby.
  • Visual and auditory games help your baby start to make sense of what they see and hear. At BabyROO we introduce you to our wonderful BabyROO songs and rhymes, finger plays and tracking games that you can do at home.

  • Muscle tone and strength activities are important in helping your baby develop the strength to hold that very head up! At BabyROO we practise exercises and activities, on the mat and on our specially designed equipment, that help to develop strong muscles that enable your baby to get moving

WHEN IS MY BABY READY TO MOVE TO LEVEL 2, MOBILE BABIES?

Babies will move to Mobile Baby Level 2 Classes when they are:

  • Moving backwards or pivoting in a circle on their tummy
  • Moving forward on tummy or hands and knees.