Rhythm and Rhymes is a new free quality music and movement class for 0-2 year olds starting in Term 3 at Havelock North Library.
Parents and caregivers are invited to come along with their young ones, aged 2 years and under, every Tuesday morning from July 24 at 10am for half an hour of rhythm, rhyme, movement and fun.
Councillor Damon Harvey says: “We believe that literacy is a foundation for lifelong learning and the Rhythm and Rhymes programme will help lay pathways for early literacy and development that will underpin that journey.
“Through every rhyme, song and movement shared with your child, you will be strengthening these foundations.”
Participating babies will enjoy quality one-on-one time with a caring adult while sharing a fun social experience.
21 June 2018
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