Little Music Monsters, Trinity Church, Hardwick Mount, SK17 6PR
Session times / cost: Mondays or Wednesdays: 10am 1 – 2 years, 11am 2 years +, 12.30pm 0 – 1 years. £6 per class or £40 for 7 weeks, visit the website to book.
(Siblings under 12m go free with an older child and don’t require a ticket.)
February 2022 Bookings, Now Open: happity.co.uk/little-monsters-buxton/buxton
T: 07919 258379
Booking link: littlemusicmonsters.co.uk
Little Music Monsters is a hugely popular fun weekly music class for babies and toddlers featuring songs, games and rhymes! Created by a Mum, teacher and musician Holly, babies and toddlers (and parents!) can enjoy an engaging musical journey together.
Tiny babies can enjoy sensory stimulating activities while bonding with their grown up. Once babies start to grip, there’s no stopping them shaking and jingling in response to music and rhymes. They learn about routine from nappy change and bath time to sitting in a high chair!
Toddlers begin to learn more about themselves, with songs supporting every-day routines such as getting dressed and learning the days of the week. They are also introduced to phonic sounds and numbers, in line with the EYFS curriculum, to support their journey to starting school. All through catchy songs and fun activities. They don’t even realise they’re learning through play.
Now in its sixth year, the group has continued to grow and adapt, aiming to improve and provide all ages from birth upwards with stage-appropriate activities.
“So chuffed to FINALLY get a place on Holly’s new class! We had so much fun today. I felt safe and relaxed and able to enjoy time with my kids completely uninterrupted for the first time in forever! Holly creates time to engage with your little one and make some really special memories.”
“Absolutely love what you do Holly, and Arthur does too! Thank you ever so much.”
“This is the best group ever! My little boy absolutely loves it and Holly is amazing. Gutted it wasn’t around when I had my first two. Henry will definitely be going to this till school.”