Category Archives: Classes

Early Childhood Music Classes at EMU Community Music Academy

Early Childhood Music Classes for Fall 2015 at EMU Community Music Academy

The Eastern Michigan University Community Music Academy offers Early Childhood Music classes for children from birth through 3 years and for 3-5 year olds with a parent.  Classes offer a rich musical environment with singing, movement, and instruments. Classes run from September 26 through November 21 (no class October 10). Class options are Monday evening or Saturday morning. We attended these classes with a […]

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Gari Stein’s Nurturing Baby & You Group Moves to Ann Arbor YMCA

Nurturing Baby & You

Local music educator Gari Stein will be moving her Nurturing Baby & You: Music and Support Group to the Ann Arbor YMCA for fall 2015. The group is designed for babies from birth through walkers with a caregiver.  Nurturing Baby & You: Music & Support Group is free for YMCA members and has a nominal $10 signup fee for non-members. You can […]

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Asobo! Ann Arbor to Offer Japanese Cultural Activities for Kids

Asobo! Ann Arbor Flyer

Would you like to expose your baby, toddler or preschooler to another language? Two bilingual local moms are starting Asobo! Ann Arbor to bring Japanese Cultural Activities to local kids. See the flyer below and See their Press Release below for more information: Do you have a preschooler that you would like to start learning a new language? Asobo! Ann […]

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Girls on the Run – Last Call for Program Registration & New 5K Location

Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run is a great program for girls in grades 3-8. It emphasizes building inner strength in each girl by talking through issues facing tweens and young teens to build their confidence and inner strength. In addition to the social lessons through the program, the girls train to run a 5K at the end of the session. The focus of the […]

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Child Care Options for Days Off

School Break Camp

We’ve hit the time of the year that the kids have lots of days off from school. With two back-to-back Mondays off this week and next week a week off in February, another Monday off in March, and a week off in April, there are plenty of days off over the next few months. Fortunately there are plenty of camp options around […]

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Getting the “Wow” this Holiday Season at My Urban Toddler

my urban toddler holiday

Disclaimer: My Urban Toddler is the presenting sponsor of the Ann Arbor with Kids Holiday Gift Guide. This post is part of their sponsorship. All opinions are my own. We started visiting My Urban Toddler’s Saline location when they first opened in Saline and my daughter was a toddler. This holiday season they are focusing on providing the “wow” experience for local families! […]

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Peachy Fitness Fall Classes and More

Peachy Fitness Zumba & Yoga

Peachy Fitness Fall Classes & More Ann Arbor Yoga & Dance Studio for children, adults & families Peachy Fitness Fall Classes offer a variety of fitness options for women, children, and families. Peachy Fitness classes have a relaxed atmosphere. They welcome participants at all levels of fitness and experience. In addition to their fitness classes, they also offer camps, special workshops, birthday parties, […]

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LSNC & AAHOM Distance Learning Projects

Leslie Science & Nature Center and the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum have teamed up to conduct Distance Learning projects. My daughter has enjoyed classes and field trips that she has taken at both locations and seeing both organizations at various events that we have attended over the years. It is great to hear that they are able to bring their programs to […]

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GameStart School Fall Classes

GameStart School Fall Classes

GameStart School’s motto is: “We teach kids programming with video games.” They offer programming classes with a basis in popular video games, primarily Minecraft. I love that they are introducing kids to programming at the elementary school level. I still remember my early exposure to computers when I was around my daughter’s age – it was mostly playing Lemonade Stand (it was the […]

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Ann Arbor Parks to offer Golf Classes for Kids

Does your child want to learn to play golf? Ann Arbor Parks runs the Start New at Golf (SNAG) program for kids as young as 5 to learn to play golf. SNAG Classes are held at Burns Park with the lessons moved inside the adjacent Ann Arbor Senior Center in case of inclement weather. The classes meet twice a week […]

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