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This program will prode FREE child restraint fittings and safety checks that meet the highest standards of quality. To be held at Balla Balla Community Centre on a Thursday commencing in February.
Bookings essential – the pre book your place visit: https://safeseatssafekids.com.au/
Thursday 4th February |10.00am—12.00pm
Cost: $50 per term for up to 2 children from the same family.
Age: 0 to 4 years old
Balla Balla Playgroup is led by an Early Learning Educator, and each week presents a new, engaging learning opportunity. This includes – weekly craft activities, singing and dancing, sensory play, story time, outside play and much more…….
A great group for mothers to meet others in the community and form friendships. Playgroup teaches children valuable skills for life.
Bookings essential. Bring: A water bottle and piece of fruit
Bookings: Phone us on 5990 0900.
Every Tuesday: 10.00am – 11.30am
& Thursday: 12.00pm – 1.30pm
(excluding public holidays)
Cranbourne Toy Library is a great alternative to buying expensive toys and can assist in developing your child’s education. The extensive range of toys include role play, puzzles, construction toys, outdoor play equipment and so much more. Suitable for all ages.
Contact Dylan: 0421 494 003
Four different football classes each tailored to a different age group. Football (soccer) in a fun, pressure-free environment, a positive introduction to sport as a whole, not just football. Coached in the right way it can stimulate imagination and aid early development skills such as learning colours and numbers, following instructions and playing as a team. FREE trials available (subject to availability).
This program will be back in Term 2, 2021. (DATE TO BE ADVISED) Contact the centre on 5990 0900 to register your interest.
Does your teenager like games, designing or coding?
In this weekend program, teenagers age 12-17 can come along and learn the basics of game design software Unreal Engine to create a simple virtual reality game, which they can then play using state of the art Mixed Reality headsets.
They can learn how to use visual coding in their game to make boxes explode, collect coins, turn lights on and more!