Activities for ages 2-4
Every second Monday of the month, PACT will be running fun activity sessions for adopted children aged 2-4 years.
Details of the different activities available are below. All sessions will take place on Zoom. Parents are required to attend with their child(ren).
Come and join us!
As well as having fun and learning some new skills, these activity sessions are a great way for children to meet others who are also adopted.
Places are free but booking is essential. To book a spot, email Megan Ravenhill at email@example.com and let her know which activities you are interested in.
Timetable (more details below)
→ Monday 14th December, 10am - 11am:
Christmas with Dan - A Christmas-themed session
→ *EXTRA SESSION*: Tuesday 22nd December, 10am - 11am:
Christmas Extra with Dan - A Christmas-themed session
→ Monday 11th January, 10am - 11am:
Big Cook Little Cook - 'Teddy Bears Picnic' (details below)
→ Monday 8th February, 10am - 11am:
Sing with Dan - Nursery Rhymes & Songs (details below)
→ Monday 8th March, 10am - 11am:
Drama with Dan - Story and Percussion (details below)
Christmas with Dan
In this Christmassy special event, we will be having fun with Christmas stories, singing Christmas songs and making festive treats! Join us to get into the festive spirit with your little ones!
Big Cook Little Cook
Join mother and son team Megan and Dan for a virtual cooking session with your children! Tune in from your own kitchen on Zoom and help your child follow along as we prepare the food together, put it in the oven at the same time then eat together once it's done!
Megan is an adopter and Dan grew up with an adopted brother so they understand all about adoption. These sessions are a fun and creative way for kids to build trust and confidence while spending time with their parents and with other adoptive families.
A list of ingredients and recipe will be sent in advance
Singing and Drama with Dan
Dan is a talented young actor and musician. He is hosting some exciting sessions for young children to either sing nursery rhymes and learn some songs, or listen to stories and have fun with percussion.
These sessions are a fun way to spend time with other adoptive families and will help children build voice development and listening skills.