Early Childhood


Exploring, learning, and having fun for ages newborn to 4

The Community House offers early childhood development programs perfect for preschoolers that start young children on a path to lifelong learning and participation. We provide a fun, engaging way to learn as we introduce youngsters to classes and physical activities. It’s never too early to learn, play with peers, develop teamwork skills, or simply get our bodies moving in time to the music!

Everybody Move Inc.

EARLY CHILDHOOD MOVEMENT & MUSIC, 6 MONTHS TO AGE 3 — This class offers a playful and enriching time for you and your child to sing and dance! The beginning of the class provides free-play and gathering time to allow for socialization and interaction. The structured part of the class explores gross motor, fine motor, language development, and musical listening skills. This class is the perfect balance between child-centered instruction and supported imaginative play. We explore music through stories, puppets, balls, hoops, scarves, rhythm instruments, drums, and more! NOTE: All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Tummy Time — Age newborn to 6 months

Tummy Time is a new program led by developmental specialists bringing parents and their newborn-6 months together in a supportive, nurturing space. Parents will be guided through experiential activities to enhance their children’s motor skill development.


Tiny Bits — Age 1-2

Mom & Tots come play at our house and meet new friends. Join in free play, circle time, art, songs, and simple child-centered projects. There will be interaction with other children and time for lots of individual attention, encouraging children to develop such social skills as sharing, caring and cooperation


Little Bits — Age 2-3

Little Bits is a class designed for ages 2-3 to have fun and make new friends while engaging in art, music, free play, storytime, and end class with a snack. Each week will be centered around a new theme.


ABC’s & 123’s — Age 2.5-4

Each class is centered on a different number and letter which are reinforced through various puppets, songs, games, and stories.