The Herndon Parks and Recreation Department loves preschoolers. We have lots of swimming and gymnastics classes for the little ones, but you can add a little bit more fun to your preschooler's life.

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Happy Feet Soccer Age 2-5 
It's story time with a soccer ball! Stories, songs, nursery rhymes and fun games are adapted to incorporate a soccer ball and basic motor skills development. A kid-friendly curriculum is used to ensure kids are having an absolute blast while developing essential physical skills. Happy Feet classes are non-competitive, and use fun techniques to train advanced motor skills, dynamic dribbling, shooting skills and fitness. 

Kiddie Play Zone Age Walking-5 
Bring your toddler, and enjoy open play, tumbling on the mats and kiddie basketball. This is a great way to socialize your children. Kids can run and exercise in the entire gym. $5 drop-in fee.

Art in Hand Age 1.5-6 
Creativity will blossom this spring in this parent/child class specially designed for the young artist. Each week, an interactive story time will inspire creative exploration in drawing, painting, collage, sculpting, or mixed media construction, inspired by the colors and textures of the season. A developmental approach will stimulate the senses, spark imaginations, and support emerging language, social, and problem-solving skills. Most of all, you and your child can be creative, have fun, and make the mess away from home! 

BabyJam™ With Parent Age 3 months to walking
An interactive tickle, giggle, and cuddle class that will strengthen the bond between parent and baby while stimulating physical and cognitive development by using songs, movement, and colorful manipulatives. Promote your baby's learning through music, object exploration, and creative movement while creating loving memories.

KinderJam™ With Parent Age 1-5
This class creates a fun, exciting and high-energy music and movement program that emphasizes the kinesthetic and tactile presentation of kindergarten readiness skills while incorporating physical activity and parent engagement in an effort to develop heart-healthy young learners.

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