Free Open House Activities at Sportz Quest for 2 – 4 Year Olds

Sportz Quest is hosting a free, interactive open house this Friday.  Here is the information from an email I received from them – 

Come celebrate learning with us on Friday, February 27th.  Drop in for fun-filled free activities for young children between 10:00am and 12:00pm.  This interactive open house is an opportunity for you and your little one to experience great new movement based learning activities. If you are interested in great ideas for helping your child get the most out of his or her important first years, be sure to attend this free event. Experience sample activities from our morning drop-off program.  Come find out why this unique program, Sensational Kids, was featured on channel 13.
Watch our students in action on the news!
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This hands-on, movement based, drop-off program for ages 2-4 is returning for the 15-16 school year!  Scroll down  to find out what makes this morning program different from all the others.
Why are we so passionate about early learning?
A message from our founder, Rachel Foster, MS,ATC,CSCS
ABC’s and 123’s Just Aren’t Enough – Kids need to move
Sportz Quest LogoKids are wonderful little works of art; they are fascinating, intelligent and creative people who view the world as a canvas of bright colors and amazing possibilities.  I began working with kids many years ago, and focused on learning more about how they are molded into works of fine art throughout my years in undergraduate and graduate school.  Here is what I have learned…read more.
How our Sensational Kids morning program is different from all the others
SeeTheDifferenceStudents enjoy gymnastics, fitness, and other sports skills.  Cooperative games build social skills.  And small class sizes feature music, crafts, and academics.
  • Our unique curriculum focuses on a hands-on approach to education that engages the senses to encourage the learning of individual skills and overall development of the body and brain.
  • Lots and lots of various types of movement foster the development of neural pathways in the brain, encourage reading readiness, build strong healthy bodies, and lay the foundation for healthy active lifelong habits.  Shhh…don’t tell the kids that.  They just like it because it is fun!
  • Cooperative, rather than competitive, games and activities build social skills and encourage good behavior.
  • Our sensory motor curriculum (gymnastics, music & movement, and other physical activities) is written by a Board Certified Athletic Trainer with a Master of Science in Kinesiology.
  • Our academic curriculum component (shape recognition, reading readiness, mathematics readiness, and other similar academic foundation skills) is written in consultation with a Georgia Certified Teacher with a Master of Education.
  • And, our lead teacher has 20 years of experienceinstructing young children, a sincere desire to help them get the best out of these important early years, and oodles of endless patience.  Plus, kids love her!
Call 478-718-7306, visit us online, or to learn more about us.
Located at 2954 Riverside Drive in Macon