There’s an old saying that parents and grandparents use that goes something like this, “I just want to give my kids a better life than I had”. That goes for their education and their health.  

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When it comes to their health, the earlier you become aware of a situation, the better it can be for your child. It some be small things that make the biggest difference down the road.  

No parent or grandparent wants to detect something wrong or not right with their child, but you’ve got to pay attention to certain things as the months go by.  

Giving your children the best chance from their early days is so important. If you’re a parent or grandparent of a small child, you might be interested in checking out “Zumbini”. 

“Zumbini” are classes designed to work with babies and toddlers helping them learn to develop their motor skills by running, jumping, dancing, singing, running, playing instruments and more. 

The activities are designed to help the child develop a deeper relationship with their parent or caregiver as well.  These interactions can pay such dividends down the road.  

These classes are targeted toward children from newborn to age four, and are going to be held on May 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th . “Zumbini” will be taught by LaNeen at the Becker Community Center.  The classes are at 10:30 each Wednesday. 

You can register online at The fee is five dollars for non-members, but it is free for members of the Becker Community Center.  

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