MFS Child Groups
We offer a variety of children’s groups focusing on developmental enrichment. Some will work on gross motor development and how to get moving, providing many benefits to the social, mental and physical development of children. Sensory projects and activities including touch, sight, sound, smell and taste will provide children with knowledge on how to learn naturally, explore, investigate and create. Many of our groups work on fine motor skills, improving eye hand coordination as well as boosting self esteem, self expression, creativity, socialization and decision making skills. All groups are play based so your child is learning while having FUN! Our groups are run by Developmental Specialists, Special Education Teachers and Behaviourists allowing MFS to accept all children, including those with delays or diagnoses.
Our Social Lounge, Fun Zone, Imagination Station and Kitchen Corner are all set up for activities tailored to your children’s developmental needs. During Groups, children rotate throughout our Enrichment Center, while having fun socializing & experiencing new adventures.
A few examples of our most popular Child Groups are as follows:
Music & Movement
This group will focus on gross motor development and how to get
moving while having FUN!! We will be providing many benefits to
the social, mental and physical development in children. Incorporating
music and movement in your child’s education helps young children
with social interaction and language.
Art & Sensory Play
Sensory art consists of specific art activities that relate to your
child’s senses such as touch, sight, sound, smell and taste. By
providing a variety of sensory play activities your child will
naturally learn how to explore, investigate and create.
Your child will enjoy creating an art or food related project to bring
home while developing fine Motor skills, improving eye hand
coordination, boosting self esteem, self expression, creativity,
socialization and decision-making skills.
We will focus on self help skills, imagination and cognitive play while
enjoying a variety of board games, hangman, charades, roll play and
social groups encouraging social/peer interaction!
Reading & Rhyming
Younger groups will enjoy nursery rhymes which teaches children how
language works. It helps them notice and work with the sounds within
words. … While we will enjoy some reading lyrics and karaoke fun with
our tween’s and teen’s!