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I am thinking of starting to go here, anybody got any feedback? Ive never been before, and am expecting what it says on the tin, loads of brats roly polying across the floor lol!! I don't like playsc… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I am thinking of starting to go here, anybody got any feedback? Ive never been before, and am expecting what it says on the tin, loads of brats roly polying across the floor lol!!
I don't like playschools, where the parents sit about chatting, and was wondering if this would be the same? I prefer to be doing stuff with babes, than chatting and moaning about husbands, the weather and drinking coffee!! Thanks guys.
P.S mine would be the walking -2 years class.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
My little girl (think she was 3 at the time) really enjoyed this and at that age you'll probably have to help your child with some of the exercises/obstacles - don't remember there being any coffee.......

Its more that just messing about on mats - they have small ladders, beams for them to walk across, soft blocks for them to climb up.
#2
I think you are a bit old
#3
depends on the structure i guess, our local you do what you like, can play with the kids or sit at the side whilst they get on with it, i never used to socialise with others, if they kids wanted to go off, i'd read a magazine
#4
My son was in the older group (3-5 years?) and he didnt get on with it.
They set up a structured obstacle course kind of thing and the kids had to follow the course in an orderly fashion - no good for my boisterous 3 year old.

I assume the younger childrens group would be less structured but thought this may help if your little one is on the more 'adventurous' side :giggle:
#5
Titchimp
I think you are a bit old

Assumption is the mother of all **** ups!! Wait a sec, just changing my own nappy! :)
#6
nikkib123
What about gentle baby yoga?

http://www.tattybumpkinbaby.co.uk/

My little boy loves this and he is two and a bit.

Oh poo, none near me :(
#7
nikkib123
Oh no - sorry then.

My little one does everything APART from tumble tots :)

What else is there?
#8
gari189
My little girl (think she was 3 at the time) really enjoyed this and at that age you'll probably have to help your child with some of the exercises/obstacles - don't remember there being any coffee.......

Its more that just messing about on mats - they have small ladders, beams for them to walk across, soft blocks for them to climb up.

Sounds good Gazza, cheers ears :)
#9
I found the Mucky Pups one really good
http://www.mucky-pups.com/mp/Default.aspx
#10
nikkib123
Swimming lessons, tattypumkins, play group, Jo-Jingles

[url]www.jojingles.co.uk[/url]

Theres one of them near me, what happens? :)
#11
Mrs.Z
I found the Mucky Pups one really good
http://www.mucky-pups.com/mp/Default.aspx

Babes would of loved this!! None near me though :(
#12
my youngest went once, didn't like not being able to do her own thing. Following each other "up and down mountains". She's 2 and asked to leave. Never got to mix with the other kids, my missus didn't think much of it.
#13
my two went , my oldest went for nearly two years.. the first class was good ( crawling to walking ) as was the 2nd class ( walking to two ) but as soon as she moved upto the 2+ class she did not like it one bit, i think its too structured, IMO they are still babies and want to do what they like within reason ! not someone blowing a whistle and following a train from one obstacle to the next. i was the same though i do not like playgroup as i think the majority of mums use it as an excuse for a gossip not for the good of the kids .. well they do in my area.
i would give it a go .. lots better than playgroup and my daughter was doing wicked tumbles and breakfalling from about 17 months :)
#14
and it's only on for about 40 or 50 mins
#15
Paddy_o_furniture
my youngest went once, didn't like not being able to do her own thing. Following each other "up and down mountains". She's 2 and asked to leave. Never got to mix with the other kids, my missus didn't think much of it.


kassy2005
my two went , my oldest went for nearly two years.. the first class was good ( crawling to walking ) as was the 2nd class ( walking to two ) but as soon as she moved upto the 2+ class she did not like it one bit, i think its too structured, IMO they are still babies and want to do what they like within reason ! not someone blowing a whistle and following a train from one obstacle to the next. i was the same though i do not like playgroup as i think the majority of mums use it as an excuse for a gossip not for the good of the kids .. well they do in my area.
i would give it a go .. lots better than playgroup and my daughter was doing wicked tumbles and breakfalling from about 17 months :)


That was the same I found, it seemed quite strange how structured it was - not like a kids playgroup but like a training class :?
The mucky pups one 80% of the mums just stood and chatted whilst their children seemed like they could have done with some help with the activities but I stayed with my son the whole time and he really enjoyed it.
#16
Booked her in for a "taster" session, can only try can't i?
Bit gutted about the painting one though, she would of loved that.
#17
I took my youngest along for a while but felt it was a bit of a swizz. you pay for the taster session- a fiver a session I think. then there was a £10 or £15 annual fee for which i got a cd, a swim bag, a tshirt and a magazine. There were about 20 kids in the class i went to and nothing very exciting for them to climb/walk/jump on to be honest. All those bodies and they all had to go the one way round the hall. And there would be all this noise from all those people and in the background the cd would be on... I felt like screaming by the time I came out.
#18
I really enjoy tumble tots x x

Mind you I like coffee mornings etc too lol

tumble tots is more baby/ lil one exercise though than chatting to other mums/carers etc xx

try it and see x x

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