Tumble tots

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  1. hypnorm

    hypnorm Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone been to Tumble tots and what did they think of it?

    I was thinking of taking Ewan, it is quite expensive at 4.50 a session.

    Do you know if you have to sign up for a number of sessions or can you go as and when?

    As i dont like to think i have to go somewhere every week.

    Thanks
     
  2. Vic

    Vic Well-Known Member

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    i used to work in a sports centre that did tumble teds (same thing i think) it was baby gymnastics with the soft play and they had music for them and used to get a huge parachoute out, put lots of soft toys on it then everyone would bounce it and shout 'pop the popcorn'. we could hear the babies screatching in delight bless them. i think they do baby stretches too and it's supposed to help mother and baby bond whilst introducing the baby to exercise.

    i take eva to bouncing babies which is free but that is just songs then we go into either the soft play room or the multisensory room.
     
  3. Kina

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    We have a tumble teds which is a soft play place in town. It's free for under 1s and over 1s are about £3.50 iirc. It's 100% a free for all and I have to constantly watch that the evil 4 year old baby basher doesn't smack her in the face :evil:

    We also go to Mini Music on a Tuesday which is £4 a session (about a hour, includes snacks and drinks) and that's great fun! All singing and dancing, props and instruments.
     
  4. hypnorm

    hypnorm Well-Known Member

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    Aparently you have to join as a member of tumble tots for a year, i think about 20 then pay per session.
     
  5. Vic

    Vic Well-Known Member

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    yeh thats what they did where i worked too. It was the CNGA (City of Newcastle Gymnastics Academy) that did it.
     

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