Play'N Learn With Mom
Unable to find a high-quality children's program to take
her daughter to, Launnie thought "well then I will
just have to start one of my own". And so Play 'N
Learn with Mom was established in 1983.
Based on her experience with her own children, Launnie
knew how important structure and routine were as the foundations
of learning, and it is on these principles that she based
her own program. Each week at Launnie's, the room setup,
program outline, and activity choices remain consistent.
Launnie believes that the more children are exposed to
a familiar and friendly environment, the more comfortable
they will become in it, and in turn, the more they will
be able to learn from it each week.
What We Do
Play ‘n Learn with mom is a parent/family
class that offers arts & crafts, playtime, songs,
snacktime, and gymtime for children aged 18 months
to 2 ½ years.
While Play 'N Learn with Mom does provide children
the opportunity to interact socially, based on the
ages of the children welcome at Launnies, her programs'
core values are centered around encouraging individual
growth and development in your child. From week
to week you will see your child's individual motor
and cognitive skills increase, and their independence
and self-confidence flourish. Play 'N Learn with
Mom also provides an important time in which to
nurture the bond between your child and the parent/family
member with whom they attend. Other skills that
are developed throughout the program include social
etiquette, discipline, and confidence.
Graduates of Play 'N Learn with Mom make the transition
to nursery school with ease. Launnie is proud
of her many graduates, and knows the fundamental
skills they have learned throughout her program
will benefit them their entire lives.
Play 'N Learn with mom is above all a program that
you and your child will have fun at together and
look forward to coming too!
Many dads, grandparents, aunts and uncles have also
enjoyed this unique experience over the years. They
comment that “it’s the best time ever!”