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Baby Bounce 2021 - A half hour of movement & fun for kids aged 0-30months

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Victor Harbor Public Library

1 Bay Road

Victor Harbor, SA 5211


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Welcome to Baby Bounce, Victor Harbor Library's song, dance and playtime program for babies and toddlers.

About this event

Baby Bounce runs every Friday from 10.45 - 11.15am in our IT Training room.

It is a wonderful opportunity to bond and socialise for both children and their caregivers while getting some of those mid-morning wiggles out.  

Singing and rhythm are an important part of early literacy. Did you know that singing advances your child’s communication skills, strengthens voice development and can even help with emotional regulation and well-being? 

Baby Bounce has been developed for parents and babies aged 0-30 months. It consists of 20 minutes of songs , rhymes, movement and sensory aspects, with a story book at the end. The sessions are interactive, fun and beneficial to both caregiver and child.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions bookings for this event are essential. Because we need to monitor numbers please make sure you register a space for you and your child.(so you need a ticket for EACH adult attending and a ticket for EACH child attending)

This program is suitable for ages 0 to 30 months, guardian supervision is required for the duration of the session.

To keep everyone safe we have made some changes

  • Bookings are required for all people attending including you and your child/children
  • Practice excellent hygiene - hand sanitiser is available at the library entrance and within the room where baby bounce is held.
  • All sensory toys, chairs and other equipment are wiped down with sterile wipes at the conclusion of each session.
  • Physical distancing is required in all sessions
  • Do not attend if you're unwell, no matter how mild your symptoms are
  • Please let us know if you can't make it so others can join in
  • Programs may change or be cancelled as directed by the South Australian State Coordinator
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