YWCA of Darien-Norwalk Expands ‘Toddler Time’ Program by an Hour

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The YWCA of Darien-Norwalk is expanding the hours of its Toddler Time program, with two themed “toddler clubs.”

A one-hour themed class of two enrichment programs will be added two mornings a week from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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— an announcement from the YWCA of Darien-Norwalk

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These new enrichment programs will follow the regular Toddler Time classes on those days, so parents can choose to leave their children for a slightly longer morning of fun, or opt to sign up for only the one-hour drop-off “club.”

On Mondays, two-year olds will enjoy the “Toddler Book Club.” Each week the children will explore a different book, act them out, enjoy activities related to the book and hopefully start a lifelong love of reading!

On Wednesdays you can enroll your young artist in our “Toddler Art Club,” where children will make themed projects and have the opportunity to work with various age-appropriate mediums.

YWCA Darien Norwalk

Photo from the YWCA Darien/Norwalk website

The YWCA building on Old Kings Highway North

These new enrichment programs are being offered in addition to our traditional two-hour, drop-off Toddler Time program. Limited space is still available for up to three days per week. 

All classes run September through May, following the holidays and closings of the Darien public schools calendar.

Serving the Darien community for over 20 years, Toddler Time provides a warm, nurturing two-hour drop-off experience in a relaxed atmosphere.  To be eligible, children must be two years old between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2017.  Toddler Time uses a play-based model to help children develop social skills, imagination, and greater self-reliance. 

YWCAClasses have up to eight children and are led by two enthusiastic and caring teachers at the YWCA Darien/Norwalk office at 49 Old Kings Highway North, Darien.

For more information, or to register any of the Toddler Time offerings please visit us online at www.ywcadn.org or the YWCA at 203-655-2535.