Moving & Munching Course
Moving & Munching Course Overview
||A course for parents of babies preparing for solid food and keen to be on the move. This course runs over 2 daytime sessions and is designed for parents with babies who are 3 to 6 months old.
- Included as part of some Antenatal course packages
- Included in the Younger Babies package: $165 gives you a Moving & Munching course, a Crawling & Crunching course and 1 year Parents Centre membership ($155 if renewing an existing membership)
- $55/$60 for Parents Centre members (single/couple)
- $70/$80 for non members (single/couple)
- Free for CAPC volunteers
We run our Moving & Munching course at Athol Syms Hall, 11 Griffin Ave, Epsom.
You can book a course by contacting our Course Bookings Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org
. We endeavour to respond to emails within three days; sometimes we need to be parents more than volunteers so if it takes a bit longer please bear with us.
Moving & Munching Course Topics
Just when you thought you had it all under control, your baby is starting to get active. Then there are a whole new set of challenges and milestones to enjoy! With your infant beginning to roll around and sit up, the next stage of development is in full swing.
This workshop provides tips and advice on rolling and sitting, and gives fun ways to develop your baby's balance. We look at some new ideas for interactive playtime to keep stretching your baby's imagination and physicality. Plus, we will also discuss the next stage of baby furniture. Hosted by an Early Childhood Education and Movement Consultant.
The Munching session – hosted by a registered Dietitian and Paediatric Nutrition Specialist – provides an informative introduction to solids based on the latest evidence-based research, and covers textures, nutritional requirements, allergies and intolerances, and stages of development.
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Moving & Munching Course Resources
These resources relate to topics covered in your Moving & Munching course.
Infant Feeding resources from the Health Promotion Agency are available here