Mon, Oct 21|
Hopetoun Community Centre (Rear Foyer)
Little Beat Bop
Little Beat-Bop is an energetic session with music, singing and percussion instruments which offers lots of fun as well are promoting all-round child development: Cognitive, Social and emotional, communication and language, fine and gross motor skills.
Time & Location
Oct 21, 2019, 9:15 AM – Dec 16, 2019, 9:45 AM
Hopetoun Community Centre (Rear Foyer), Veal St, Hopetoun WA 6348, Australia
About the Event
Children can copy the actions or choose to move freely to the music with their instruments. Older children and adults are encouraged to follow the actions to really get the heart rate going. Small percussion instruments are used throughout the session. A few minutes of sit-down and cool down at the end when the children are encouraged to explore playing instruments such as xylophones and tambourines to beautiful gentle folk music, helps their heart rate slow down and helps to calm the children, ready for Storytime at the CRC at 10am.
Open to all children up to the age of 5 with under twos able to participate for free. Individual class price is $10 but we have reduced block payment options: whole 9 week term for $67.50 or a booklet of 5 tickets to be used flexibly over the term for $45. Call the CRC on 9838 3062 or register online at wwwhopetounwa.com
9 Week Booking
9 Classes Free participation for under twos
5 Week Flexible tcikets
5 Tickets can be used flexibly in the 9 weeks ( Starts October 21st)
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