Frequently Asked Questions
Is registration required?
Yes, registration is required for each session. Register online or call 419-326-4685
Do Mornings with Mommy sessions fill up?
Yes, so register soon to reserve your space. When a session is full, you will have the option of being put on a waiting list. Any openings will be filled from the waiting list.
What happens if I am on the waiting list?
If there are any cancellations, we will then move to the waiting list. We will text/email/call you using the information provided during your registration.
How much does Mornings with Mommy cost?
Each session costs $5.00 for each family (NOT per child). The registration fees are used to cover crafts, supplies, and snacks.
Who is Mornings with Mommy for?
Mornings with Mommy is for children ages 0-6 accompanied by an adult (Dads, Grandmas, Grandpas and nannies are welcome, too! It's not just for Moms).
What will we be doing at Mornings with Mommy?
Each session is a little different because each one has its own theme, but the basic structure will be consistent. We will begin with language and literacy activities on the big rug (stories, flannel board and songs). After that children and caregivers can explore the different stations set up in the room. These stations will include arts, crafts, sensory bins, educational activities, pretend play, gross motor skills and fine motor skills. You can do these activities at your own pace, while enjoying the company of the other adults. At 10:30 a snack will be served. You may enjoy it at Mornings with Mommy or take it to go for the ride home.
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Fine Motor Toys
Arts and Crafts
Different Thematic Activities for Each Session!
Moon, Stars, and Night-Time
Happy Birthday Jesus Party!
Things that Go
Raccoons, S'mores, and Camping
Summer Park Play Dates 2018
~1st and 3rd Mondays of June, July, and August starting at 9:30
June 4 and 18
July 2 and 16
August 6 and 20
~Bring all your kids/grandkids—both big and small.
~Nothing special—just time to play outside and enjoy the summer weather.
~Enjoy the sunshine and some fresh air.
~Let your kids play with others, run around, and burn off some energy.
~Talk to other moms/dads/grandmas/caregivers.