Seeds of Faith Preschool’s Mother’s Morning Out program is offered as an opportunity for little ones to meet, socialize, and enjoy a morning of games, songs, stories and more! Ages six months to 3 years old are invited to share a fun time of structured activity and learning in a loving, nurturing environment. This program also gives busy moms time to run errands, take care of other pressing business, and/or time to rest!
There are several benefits to attending this class, including social development, gross motor skill development, adjustment to a daily routine and exposure to new sights and sounds. Children thrive as they learn through play and have new experiences with their peers.
The class has a limit of 10 children daily and 2 teachers are on hand to meet the needs of our MMO program. Reservations are required with a 24-hour notice and can be made by emailing the school at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 770/942-9334. Registration forms can be found on our website.
Classroom Spotlight! Mother's Morning Out Class | Douglasville, Ga Preschool | Seeds of Faith Preschool
Here’s a little info about our weekly Mother’s Morning Out (MMO) Class!
MMO is designed for children 6 months to 3 years old, and meets twice a week from 9-12. Our MMO teachers are Michelle Jacobs, Pamela Polston, and Abby Vaughn. Mrs. Pamela and Mrs. Abby also teach our Playful Pups (1 year old) class, and Mrs. Michelle is our Music and Movement Specialist.
A typical morning in MMO includes free play, sensory play, craft time, outside or recreation room play, and a music lesson. We also include story time, singing, and snack time. The kids have a great time each week!
Here are some pictures of our class enjoying sensory playtime, which is any activity that stimulates the senses and encourages exploration of the scientific process.
We love music time! Here are a few pictures of our children enjoying music lessons. Music exploration is important for toddlers, as it’s melodic and rhythmic patterns provide exercise for the brain and help develop memory.
Craft time is a lot of fun! Sometimes we have a specific craft in mind, and other times we encourage the children to explore freely. We don’t have many pictures of craft time- our hands are usually full of paint, baby wipes, glue, and little hands! Here are a few pictures of some free play craft time using stamps.
Recreation time is one of our favorite times of the day! During the winter months, we are blessed to have an indoor playspace to enjoy, complete with ride on toys and bouncy balls.
Free play is exciting as well! The children love exploring both of our MMO rooms and playing with their friends. Free play is a vital part of our morning, as it is through play that children engage and interact with the world around them.