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TinyTalk baby signing and toddler talking sessions for Droitwich, Evesham and Worcester move online

Tristan Harris 21st Apr, 2020 Updated: 21st Apr, 2020

YOUNGSTERS in Droitwich, Evesham and Worcester have being kept entertained by TinyTalk’s Baby Signing and Toddler Talking sessions which have moved online during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The e-classes enable babies, toddlers and their parents to stay at home but still take part in the inclusive and interactive e-classes.

The sessions are aimed at being inclusive and interactive and full of favourite songs, signs and sensory activities.

People can have TinyTalkTV streamed live on phones, tablets, laptops or even straight to the television.

Mollie Prior, who has delivered TinyTalk classes since 2017 in Evesham, Droitwich and Worcester North, said: “The health and safety of our TinyTalk families is of the upmost importance to us and I am thrilled that we have been able to bring signing to our families when they are unable to come to us.

“We’ve seen an explosion of signing recently from our little ones as families spend more time together and are really focusing on seeing, saying and signing!

“It’s wonderful that we’ve had so many families enjoying the class together with grandparents and school aged siblings joining in too.”

TinyTalk Baby Signing weekly one-hour sessions are held on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10.45am and two Saturdays a month at 11.15am.

Toddler sessions are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9.30am and two Saturdays-a-month at 10am.

Baby sessions are suitable from birth and toddler sessions are suitable from 16 months to pre-school age.

Classes are streamed via Facebook Live and are £5.50 per session on a pay as you go basis.

Visit for full class listings.



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