Come and try our FREE weekly movement classes, ideal for toddlers and their grown-ups!
Thurston Mini Movers is the perfect way to nurture your little ones natural love of movement in a structured yet relaxed environment. Themes, music, props and games are used to develop balance, coordination and imagination, and grown-ups are encouraged to join in the fun too!
A typical Mini Movers session looks like this:
- Warm up- sat down, lots of stretching and wiggling!
- Introductions and welcome song
- Introducing theme – space!
- Story time
- Movement game
- Parachute games
- Warm down – seated again
- Goodbye song
From a Mini Movers sessions, you can expect:
✓ Development of co-ordination, balance, stability, and strength
✓ Supported healthy movement habits in children from a young age
✓ Strengthening of relationships between adults and their children
✓ A safe, supported space for little people to move and have fun!
This weekly class will run every Monday from 5 June, 10-11.30am at Thurston Library. The session includes half an hour at the end for refreshments and socialising.
Our Mini Movers sessions are free to attend but spaces are limited. Please book yours and your little one’s place online or via the DanceEast box office, 01473 295230.
Please note that Thurston Library is closed to the general public on Mondays but will be open for the Mini Movers sessions.
1. 5 June
2. 12 June
3. 19 June
4. 26 June
5. 3 July
6. 10 July
7. 17 July
Thurston Mini Movers is supported by Mid Suffolk District Council. It is run in partnership with Suffolk Libraries.
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