Pop-Up: Mighty Little Hands- Kindergarten Readiness *2/25 11AM*
Pop-Up: Mighty Little Hands- Kindergarten Readiness *2/25 11AM*
Pop-Up: Mighty Little Hands- Kindergarten Readiness *2/25 11AM*
Pop-Up: Mighty Little Hands- Kindergarten Readiness *2/25 11AM*
Let Them Eat Cake And Play!

Pop-Up: Mighty Little Hands- Kindergarten Readiness *2/25 11AM*

Regular price $40.00 $0.00 Unit price per
February 25th 11AM - Rowley, Ma

We are very excited to offer a play-based/ OT inspired pop-up with practicing occupational therapist, Dr. Katina Lawdis. This class is thoughtfully designed for pre-kindergarten children and their grown ups. Our studio ( 144 Newburyport Turnpike, Rowley) will be set up with a variety of guided, hand strengthening activities, playful muscle-building tasks & more.

While the expectations in kindergarten can vary, most children are expected to learn scissor skills, hold a pencil, use a backpack or lunchbox, open a drink, fasten and unfasten clothes for the bathroom, and even put on and take off snow gear. All of this is hard physical work, and requires good hand strength, fine motor planning and efficient grasp patterns. What can you and your child do to prepare? Play is the way!

At the end of class the children will receive a Mighty, Little Hands certificate and a variety of sensory goodies for continued hand-strengthening fun at home. Space is limited and we encourage you to sign up early. 

DATE/TIME: 2/25 11-12PM

LOCATION: 144 Newburyport Turnpike A3- Rowley, MA


Because spots are limited and individual materials are provided, if you miss a pop-up class it cannot be made up and payment will not be refunded or transferred. We are, however, happy to provide you with a credit for the amount paid to use in our storefront. 

 A special note from our instructor & friend, Dr. Katina Lawdis:

 Hello! My name is Katina Lawdis. I was born and raised in Massachusetts, and have a wonderful seventeen year old son who is the joy of my life. Early in my education I knew I wanted to work with children. This led me to obtain two psychology degrees and two occupational therapy degrees, which I apply to my practice in pediatrics. I find inspiration every day through working with children. I love helping children learn new things, and being a part of the excitement that brings to families. It's hard to believe that I have been working in the field of pediatrics for over 30 years, but time certainly does fly. My goal for this class is to provide you and your child with a pathway for critical preschool development, as well as a joyful, memorable experience that you will treasure as part of your child's start to education. Let's get those motor skills moving and have a lot of fun too!