Now that the hard part is over, it is your job as a parent to spend as much time with your tykes as possible! While walks in the stroller or baby carrier are fun, there are tons of different ways to spend time with your young ones. Check out Cincinnati Parent’s “Mommy & Me Classes in Cincinnati” guide to find a perfect fit!
Keep up with your yoga practice and bond with your baby at the same time! During this class will will practice breath work, poses, baby massage and some playful activities to connect with your baby on a deeper level. Ages: Newborn up to crawling.
The family-style classes at Brown Music Together help develop music, memory, and rhythm skills for children at a young age. The classes mix ages so that kids can participate when they feel comfortable, and parents can contribute to the enrichment.
The “Baby Bees” class focuses on the ABC’s, which stands for “Attach, Bond, and Connect.” The goal of the class to enhance the parent-child relationship through movement. They offer classes for children 6 weeks through 2 years.
The “Mommy (Or Daddy) and Me” classes at Premier Tumbling and Dance aim to improve kids’ coordination, balance, and peer interaction, all with a parent’s support! The half an hour class is for children 18 months to three years.
TGC takes a different approach to parent and child classes. They set up stations with instructors in a preschool gym and allow parent & child to participate in activities at their own pace. They use the open gym concept to allow children to be comfortable trying things with their parents at their side.
There are two types are parent and child classes at Pied Piper Arts, both Music Together™ style. They offer one for children up to 8 months and another for newborns to kindergarten. The focus is for parents and children to bond through music and for parents to learn to nurture musical development in young children.
The Wiggle and Grow class is for children ages 2-3 and is the perfect class to connect with your child through creativity! Kids and parents have the opportunity to experiment with instruments, songs, and dances. The class also offers take home materials so that the fun does not have to end!
The Cincinnati Waldorf School has multiple programs for kids 16 months to 5 years of age. The classes aim to prepare kids for their first school experience with the help of nature and the comfort of having a parent near.
The little gym offers a variety of classes, including those of mixed ages and those for specific age groups, making it easy to find a perfect fit. The class uses movement to encourage self expression and the importance of a healthy lifestyle at a young age.
The Music Pups class is an award winning musical and educational curriculum that helps children express their creative sides. The children learn music vocabulary while having fun testing their musical skills. They play with a variety of instruments and sounds to personalize their love for music.
The Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center offers parent and child classes that will help create a bond through music and movement. The classes are either based on age or a particular activity. It gives children the opportunity to explore many fields of activity while spending time with their parents.
Happen Inc runs a variety of programs that help build relationships with parents and children through art. They also combine their art programs with lessons. The Toy Lab uses recycled materials to expose children to the benefits of recycling rather than using landfills.
While the Otterville does not offer time for just Mommy & Me classes, the entire facility invites parents to play along with their children. Their special events, however, offer structured activities and classes where kids and parents can learn and explore alongside one another.