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The first time I heard about Bubbles Academy was seven years ago, in Wholefoods. Oh yes, on that day, I saw two artists with guitars and lovely vocal sounds. Kids surrounded the artists and bubbles. I mistakenly thought Wholefoods offered the show.

Time traveled to 2017, when I dropped in Pre-crawling classes in Bubbles Academy through Pearachute. In those classes, my little one got incentives while seeing other babies crawl. Recently, we decided to take another class with Bubbles Academy, Creative Movement for toddlers.

 

Did my little one love the class?

For the first time ever, my LO cried for a class. After that class, she kept saying, “more, please” and did not want to leave.

What’s in the class?

Pretend plays. My LO and her new friends pretended to be snakes, butterflies and tigers, rolling, tip-toeing and crawling on the floor. They then enjoyed an open play together. My LO definitely had a great time there.

  • Music background: different languages, English, Spanish and Japanese; rhythms;
  • Interactive videos: pushing huge rocks away that they can see the animals hiding behind the rocks;
  • Pretend plays: pretend to be different kinds of animals and etc.;
  • Parachute time;
  • Kids oriented open gym time.
     

    Why did we love this class?
  • Generally, it improves kids imagination and creativity.
  • Music background gives kids language immersions.
  • Pretend plays help kids improve gross motor skills.
  • Gym time helped kids’ gross motor skills and cognitive skills.

Cons of this class?

  • Too short. It’s not hard for toddlers to focus in this kind of class for 1 hour. Current class is only 45 minutes long. My LO did not want to leave after that class. Yes, she did cry. Maybe, the situation would better off with a one-hour class.

Conclusion:

Not sure if it is the best milestone oriented class for toddlers in Chi-town… Sure that it is one of the best.

 

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