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Babyccino

  • We’ll be meeting at Bubbles Academy on Sunday mornings for 3 consecutive weeks of Jewish music, sensory, arts, and heaps of interactive play! 
    Come along with us this season as we explore the hub of any good neighborhood: The Jewish Home. Join in as we discover the many mitzvot to be found around the house through creative music and movement, expressive arts, crafts, sensory stimulants and heaps of interactive fun. 

    Open to children ages 0-5 years

    Classes to take place at Bubbles Academy
    2184 N Elston Ave Chicago, Illinois 60614 

     

    What is Babyccino?

    The philosophy behind Babyccino is really the story of its birth. It’s an attempt at two things: building and deepening the creative and expressive relationship between mother/father and baby, and getting parents out of the house and into a beautifully fun environment encouraging them to interact and share with fellow neighborhood moms and dads. Babyccino was the brain child of a need for something simple; a space and place where both parent and child could enjoy. There's a little bit for everyone here; the Jewish Music & Movement circle time, as well as the different stimulating centers set up each week, provide both mother/father and child an engaging interaction every time. As well as freshly brewed hot coffee and pastries to indulge. Here you'll find pint-size sensory centers, science, creative arts, and heaps of play! Enter Babyccino: a chic meet for mod moms, dads and their tots. This has become our slogan, as it pretty much says it all. 

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