"Hartbeeps Musical Multi-Sensory Classes for Babies and Preschoolers!
On Saturday 10th March we are running special Mothers Day sessions at Springfield Parish Centre. Come and see us for a magical musical adventure with your little ones!
Cost includes a gift for Mum to take away after the session too!
12.30pm Happy House (confident walkers to 4 years),
1.30pm Baby Beeps (sitting to walking)
2.45pm Baby Bells (newborn to sitting)

BOOK HERE https://www.bookmyclass.co.uk/hartbeeps/?FID=123
Any questions or for more information please email charlene@hartbeeps.com or message our Facebook page www.facebook.com/hartbeepschelmsfordbillericay or call 07791138077 (Charlene)

Magic Sprinkles,

Charlene :)

Hartbeeps Chelmsford, Billericay & South Woodham Ferrers.

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About Hartbeeps
Since 2003 Hartbeeps has been delivering its unique blend of original music classes and mini productions to 1000's of babies and children. Challenging accepted definitions of " baby and toddler" music classes; we create innovative, multi-sensory and highly interactive productions for the very young. By transforming everyday environments into colourful, tactile 'wonderlands' we invite our participants to join us in a world of the imagination. Using clever state of the art music production, original music composition, soundscapes, songs and sound plays, lighting effects, innovative props and puppetry together with a vast array of multi-sensory techniques, we create original and highly specialised experiences for our young Hartbeepers.

Babybells - birth to sitting
We have taken some of the principles from baby yoga and the Doula philosophy, along with baby calming techniques in order to offer mothers a practical tool kit of lullabies, rhymes, tickle tunes, creative movement, relaxation and songs that are both informative and we hope delightful!

Babybeeps - sitting to walking
Babybeeps TM classes are very innovative and rich in language development, as we take a sound journey through 'Babyland' a squishy squashy place with no sharp edges and a place where every day activities and routines are turned into 'sing song' events. Baby babbles are the important beginnings of baby's developing language and full of music and rhythm, we celebrate these wonderful sounds as they are turned into songs, happy claps and puppet characters too.

House - walking to 4
The Hartbeeps Happy House TM represents our starting place every week and is a safe and familiar place to be. Children recognise and enjoy the rituals of entering our 'make-believe' happy house. Each session is themed and every class is backed by pre-recorded timed and skilfully produced soundtracks; composed and digitally recorded by us. This alone gives each class its own magical ambience and sets up each part of the session scene by scene, moment by moment; engaging and captivating busy young children from start to finish.

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