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  1. Sleep Workshop at Stoneycroft Children's Centre

    Thursday 1pm-2.30pm - For Children over the age of 1.   (Please contact 0151 233 4770 to book.)
  2. Sing-along-a-tots (6 months to 5 years)

    Sing songs and nursery rhymes with Linda and her guitar. Good for development of your child’s language skills – even very small babies benefit from having songs and rhymes sung to them. Good way to learn new songs and rhymes too..
  3. Sing and Splash at Wavertree Aquatic Centre

    Please Phone the centre to book your place and for more information. Every Tuesday 12.15 noon to 1.15pm. Songs and rhymes in the water whilst encouraging your child's confidence.
  4. Sensory Room- (WDCC)

    Available at West Derby Children Centre Contact us to book an induction / half hour session
  5. Has Local Offer

    Sensory Room at Belle Vale Children's Centre

    Relax your child and awaken their 5 senses in our stimulating sensory room. Ring to book a 30 minute session for you and your child. Monday - Friday 9.00 - 5.00pm
  6. Sensory Room - YTCC

    Phone to book an induction/ half hour session
  7. Sensory Room

    Available every day, availability depending. come along, Relax and stimulate your senses! Please Book
  8. Sensory Babies

    Tuesday - 9.30 - 11.30
    A fun, drop in session for parents and their babies up to 18 months.   Come and relax in our Sensory Room!
  9. Rhyme Time at Dovecot Library

    Wednesday
    Wednesday 10am-10:45am - Come along and join in with the fun, songs and rhymes to encourage your child's speech and language development. (Drop In).
  10. Rhyme Time at Belle Vale Children's Centre

    (Drop In) Wednesday 10.30 - 11.30am Musical activity sessions, where children and their parents enjoy songs and rhymes supporting the development of communication & language skills.