A new, exciting parent and child learning activity is coming to Czech Republic. KindyROO, a sensory motor development programme for babies and children will launch in Prague with classes expected to run nationwide.
KindyROO first began in Australia and has been operating for over 30 years. What started out as remedial English classes, has grown into a global IP-based business, with a presence in over 16 countries, focused on ensuring children master the skills they need to prepare them for school.
Backed by the latest international research in pedagogy, psychology and neuroscience, KindyROO is a ‘one-stop’ package, covering key development milestones – physical, emotional and social as well as developing foundational thinking and learning skills, which are essential for later schoolling. The programme incorporates many fun activities that are specifically designed for four age-appropriate
• babies (six weeks - 12 months);
• toddlers (one - three years);
• three – four year olds
• and four years up to school age.
Classes, named after well-known Australian animals, take place over a 11-week term and participants learn new songs, activities and games each week that can be repeated at home.
Established in Australia in 1983, KindyROO has grown into an internationally-recognised learning academy, with over 150 centres throughout Australia, Asia, USA and Europe.
KindyROO will officially launch in Prague in January 2020 and classes will run nationwide. It will also offer franchising opportunities for parents who are keen to undertake a better work-life balance.
This month you can see us at the fair for children and infants For Babies in Prague's Letňany, where we will have a lecture on Saturday 19 October 2019 at 14:15 in the conference hall No. 1 on the importance of sensorimotor stimuli in the first 2 years of baby's life.
To make sure you are up-to-date with our news and events, you can already now register for the newsletter at https://kindyroo.eu/cz/prague/.
For more information please visit www.kindyroo.cz or contact Mgr. Jana Uher on 721 945 139 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.