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TiP Tods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Children come into the world exquisitely designed, and strongly motivated, to educate themselves.
— Peter Gray
 
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TIP TODDLER

All our activities are aimed at children between the ages of 18 months and 5 years old, with the intention of laying down diverse foundations for their future. We believe that introducing technology in play at an early age paves the way for developing motor skills, encouraging curiosity, and building tenacity. We work to instill the belief that by making mistakes, we open up opportunities to learn. 

 

Parent fEEDBACK

"Isla (age 2) has very much been enjoying the toddler TIP sessions, the variety of activities keep it interesting for both her and me and as a parent finding something that supports STEM and learning is refreshing. Isla has particularly enjoyed 'engineering' activities such as magnetic marble runs and train sets, we also now have many imaginative creations using all sorts of materials at home. The ladies running the sessions are both welcoming and enthusiastic and I wish them well as they grow TIP into a successful business." - Isla's Mum

"The best Toddler group I have been to. TIP creates a unique environment for my little girl to learn and play in with new and exciting games every week. I have picked up many ideas to use at home whether it be arts and crafts or a more engaging and fun way to teach Maths. Ash and Hannah are brilliant at holding the children's attention and make learning seem like pure fun. I highly recommend TIP to every parent." - Bridie's Mum 

"Orla loves the different activities every week especially the crafts and the coding caterpillar. I have used some of the ideas at home too! Thank you for providing a fun learning environment with ever changing themes." - Orla's Mum 

"The informal classes really suit my toddler who loves to explore on her own terms. She has enjoyed playing with a range of new toys  and the different themes always provide something new and exciting to get stuck into. I really want her to experience STEAM related play at a young age to build her understanding of the world and have lots of fun at the same time!" - Hazel's Mum