What to do with Little Ones at Compass?!?
Wondering what you will do at Compass when you have little kids in tow? Compass has several programs and options especially for little brothers and sisters who tag along on Wednesdays while older siblings are in class!
Little Hands Music (ages 1 – 4): An award winning family music and movement classes for young children and their parents.
STEM Storytime with Penny’s Puppets (ages 3 & 4): Professional story teller Penny Russell brings a colorful cast of puppet characters each week as she reads science and nature themed stories, plays games, and sings songs to teach science concepts.
SoccerShots (ages 4 & 5): Organized like a mini-weekly soccer camp where young children learn basic mechanics of soccer such as passing, dribbling, and shooting through imaginative games in a fun, supportive, small-group setting.
Nature Quest Explorers (ages 4 & 5): Walk through the woods with a naturalist and discover evidence of animals, interesting plants, seasonal changes, and learn to build a shelter from sticks and branches
Pre-Engineering with LEGO (ages 5-7/ K-2nd): Young builders explore concepts in physics, mechanics, and structures as they build stunt cars and ramps, houses and cities, airplanes and airports, simple bridges and more.
American Sign Language (ASL) for Little Fingers (ages 5-7/ K-2nd): Fun, play-based class to learn greetings, colors, numbers, and everyday items in the hand-signed language of the Deaf community.
Spanish Amigos (ages 5-7/ K-2nd): Is a play-based, partial immersion Spanish where children will be exposed to the sounds, vocabulary, and phrases through songs, games, stories, interactive and hands-on activities.
Read full descriptions of these classes online. Register for these classes or dozens of others for older kids online.
During breaks where your preschooler is not in a his/her own class, Compass families also enjoy the grassy lawns, wooded paths, and playground with their younger children. Compass also has a nursery and social hall while you wait with little ones.