Amanda’s Action Club classes help babies and preschool children to learn and get active through play. Children are encouraged to explore their environment, communicate with each other and express themselves. Using props, our own modern nursery rhymes and high-energy activities we stimulate imaginations, introduce literacy and numeracy and encourage personal and social development. Our main aim is to move our bodies and have fun!
“I don’t really know how to put into words how grateful I am to Action Amanda for her classes over the past few months. I stumbled across her classes online during the midst of lockdown when I was desperately trying to entertain my just turned 3 year old and 1 year old. Having tried a few of these zoom type classes I hoped, at best, it would provide a little entertainment for the children (particularly my oldest) for 30 minutes or so. How I was wrong! Amanda’s classes have been wonderful – she is so engaging with the children and my 3 year old son (who loves a good chat!) was amazed by how interactive they were. Amanda would ask him questions and discuss important things like health and wellbeing, whilst always providing a fun environment with song and dance. In a time of lockdown, that engagement with the children has been priceless. We have LOVED the classes and as life slowly returns to normal, we will be sad to not see Amanda every week. Amanda – from the bottom of our hearts, thank you!”
“I have a 11 year old Autistic son who absolutely loves Amandas Action Club. He found lockdown very hard without any structure, but Amanda came to the rescue! Every morning he knew that at 9.45am that we’d have a fun lesson with Amanda and it would start his day in a happy, fun way. Amanda was so patient and kind with him. We always attended her sessions when the kids were young, so it was so lovely to be part of Amanda’s Action Club again. Thanks Amanda you’re a star!”
Lucy Johnston, London
“Amanda’s fun-filled Zoom session brightened up a rainy morning and gave the single parents in our community a break from thinking of yet another activity. The Frolo kids loved it and so did their parents!”