Wriggle & Rhyme

Wriggle & Rhyme Details

When: Monday 10:30am - 11:00am and 1:30pm - 2:00pm during the school term
Where: Learning and Activity Space
Ages: 0-3 years

Wriggle & Rhyme Description

Wriggle and Rhyme is an interactive programme described as active movement for early learning. Active movement helps a child develop cognitive skills, intellectually, emotionally, socially, and spiritually, as well as physically. Building the foundations for learning, moving and communicating. Being healthy and happy, confident and feeling loved.  The full course spans 5 lessons across each school term. Each lesson runs twice a term. Please refer to the table below for specific dates and lessons.

Timetable (2017)

Term 3 (24 July - 25 September)
July 24th
July 31st
Introduction to Active Movement: Tummy Time, Rolling, and Crawling.
August 7th
August 14th
Eyes Need to Move Too: Using the Environment, Massage, and Touch.
August 21st
August 28th
Balance: Swinging, Spinning, and Rocking. Walking, Running, and Jumping.
September 4th
September 11th
 Catching, Throwing, and Kicking. Developing Hands and Fingers. Upper Body Development: Climbing, Hanging and Swinging.
September 18th
September 25th
Songs, Rhymes, and Finger Plays. Developing Language. Developing Self Esteem.
Term 4 (16 October - 18 December)
October 16th
October 30th
Introduction to Active Movement: Tummy Time, Rolling, and Crawling.
November 6th
November 13th
Eyes Need to Move Too: Using the Environment, Massage, and Touch.
November 20th
November 27th
Balance: Swinging, Spinning, and Rocking. Walking, Running, and Jumping.
December 4th
December 11th
 Catching, Throwing, and Kicking. Developing Hands and Fingers. Upper Body Development: Climbing, Hanging and Swinging.
December 18thSongs, Rhymes, and Finger Plays. Developing Language. Developing Self Esteem.

Wriggle & Rhyme is run by Lynette

Lynette Lockett

Library Assistant

Lynette is our resident "Mother Hen". If you visit the Children's library regularly you will recognise her smiling face and bright personality. She can often be found with a baby in her arms, nurturing our future library users from day one.