Cadet (12 months - 18 months)
At this age, your child's frontal and temporal lobes are even more consolidated. They also begin saying a few words and respond to speech as their lungs begin to mature. Your child is beginning to cruise and take small-unassisted steps. With this development, they begin to develop the reflexes required for walking and posture control.
What happens in class?
- Introduction to a wide range of nouns and commonly used words based on a theme on a weekly basis.
- Balance and locomotors activities to strengthen a child’s balance and postural control. This is crucial in preparing them to master their next major milestone – walking.
- Gymnastics activities that foundation for sophisticated movement patterns.