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Toddler Tuesdays 10:15a-11:15a
in Exploring Art Together for Babies/ Toddlers w/ Parents or Caregivers
What does the Academy+ Pass Offer?
For an annual rate of just $399 per child, the Academy+ Pass offers a range of special benefits and discounts for your child at the Academy at MoCA Westport:
- 20% discount on ALL children’s classes and camps
- ‘Priority Waitlist Upgrade' to be moved to the front of the line on our waiting lists for classes/ camps that fill up quickly
- Access to our summer camp private pre-registration window January-February -before bookings open to the public in March
- A complimentary guest voucher to bring a friend or family member who would like to experience a class at the Academy for the first time
*An Academy+ Pass is valid for one year and must be purchased for each individual child. Please allow 1-2 business days to receive email confirmation of your child’s enrollment. This email will also include your child's personal Academy+ Pass ID -for use during registration to receive 20% off classes and camps.
**To access special benefits and discounts, our new Academy+ Pass must be purchased prior to registration**
*Sharing of coupon codes and ID's is strictly prohibited, violates terms of service, and may result in cancellation of registrations made without refund. Academy+ Pass is non-refundable and non-transferable.Discounts from Family Memberships may not be combined with discounts from Academy+ Pass.
with Amy Chaple
Academy+ Pass Kids Pricing: $220
Offered to toddlers aged 18-24 months and their parent/ caregivers. Spend an hour with your toddler and one of our certified instructors every Tuesday 10:15a- 11:15a. Class will be held under the tent outdoors (weather permitting) and will may be brought indoors when it becomes too cold to hold outdoors.
Introducing young children to art as creators and observers opens the door to self expression and creativity. The act of producing art assists toddlers in developing fine motor skills. Holding a paintbrush so that it will make the desired marks, snipping paper with scissors into definite shapes, drawing with a crayon, or squeezing glue from a bottle in a controlled manner; all help develop a child’s fine motor skills.