What is Mornings with Mommy?
Mornings with Mommy isn’t preschool, and it isn’t childcare, it’s something different.
Mornings with Mommy is a fun and easy way for you to enjoy activities with your children and meet other Moms. There will be age appropriate activities for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. And the best part is, we do all the planning, you just sign up! Moms can mingle with each other and enjoy activities with their children including: arts and crafts, sensory table, flannel stories and story time, music, educational toys, and a snack. The program costs only five dollars per family per session and includes all snacks and activities.
What: Educational play-dates with Mommy for infants through preschool. Each session has a different theme.
When: 10:00-11:00 every other Tuesday.
Where: Children's Museum of Fond du Lac.
Cost: Each semester of Mornings with Mommy cost $40.00 per family for eight weeks of events. Register online today. A limited number of single event spots will be available for each session.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Registration Required?
Yes, registration is required for each individual session. Online registration is preferred, but if you do not have internet access you may also register by calling (920) 922-3530.
Do Mornings with Mommy sessions fill up?
Yes, so register soon to reserve your space. When the session is full a waiting list is formed. Any openings will be filled from the waiting list.
Who is Mornings with Mommy for?
Mornings with Mommy is for children ages birth through preschool accompanied by an adult (Dads, Grandmas, Grandpas and nannies are welcome, too! It's not just for Moms).
What will we be doing at Mornings with Mommy?
Each session is a little different because each one has its own theme, but the basic structure will be consistent. We will begin with language and literacy activities on the big rug (stories, flannel board and songs). After that the director will explain the different stations set up in the room. These stations will include arts, crafts, sensory activities, gross motor skills and fine motor skills and an infant area. Then you will explore these activities at your own pace, while enjoying the company of the other adults.