Infants
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  • Babies, Books, and Music (CP, DP)

    Babies Books and Music - Non-Separating Classes Explore the fun and value of books and music with your baby. Research has shown that early exposure to books, language and music builds a strong foundation for language development, reading and math. Please note that each class will cover materials from the same 7/8-week curriculum. A child must fit within the age range specified for the class on the first day of class.  For example, a child enrolling in a toddler class (12-24 mos) must be no younger than 12 months and no older than 24 months on the first day of class.CPW005-1; Birth-9 mo: 11:30am-12:30pm Mondays at Central Park (Jan 30 - Mar 27) No class Feb 20, Mar 13CPW006-1; Birth-9 mo: 11:30am-12:30pm Mondays at Central Park (Apr 3 - May 22) No class Apr 10DPW009-1; Birth-9 mo: 12:30-1:30pm Mondays at the District Program Center (Jan 30 - Mar 27) No class Feb 20, Mar 13DPW010-1; Birth-9 mo: 12:30-1:30pm Mondays at the District Program Center (Apr 3 - May 22) No class Apr 10DPW008-3; Birth-9 mo: 12:30-1:30pm Wednesdays at the District Program Center (Feb 1 - Mar 22)DPW011-3; Birth-9 mo: 12:30-1:30pm Wednesdays at the District Program Center (Mar 29 - May 24) No class Apr 12 
  • Infants (CP, DP)

    The Ever-Changing World of Infants Non-Separating Classes Infancy is an amazing and sometimes unpredictable time. The infant classes provide an opportunity for parents to connect with other new parents, asking questions and sharing ideas related to adjusting to a new baby, feeding sleeping and more.Daytime ClassCPW001-4; 4-12 months: 10:30 am-12:00 pm Thursdays at Central Park (This is a gradual separation class.)Evening ClassCPW002-2E; Birth-12 months: 6-7:00pm Tuesdays at Central Park