UK’s leading children’s creative activity franchise, The Creation Station has been
short listed for “The Best National
Baby & Toddler Development Activity Award”. The award is open to any class or activity
for babies and/or toddlers that runs across most of the UK. The award,ran by ‘What’s
on 4’ and Sponsored by Konfidence is presented to the class most voted
for by parents.
Cressall, Founder and Managing Director
said “I am delighted that our Baby
Discover and Little Explorer classes have reached the finals of the best
national baby and toddler development activity, as voted by parents. We are
passionate about providing unique classes that gives parents and their children
a shared, creative and educational experience. Our programme of classes are in
lone wit the Early Years Foundation Stage and develop friendships, confidence and problem solving
skills in young children as well as providing ideas and activities for parents
to help them develop their baby and toddler at home.
Creation Station is passionate about inspiring
childrens imaginations with fun and friendly creative hands on experiences.
Since 2002, over 100.000 children and families have been inspired. There are
over 65 franchises across the UK operating in over 300 centres and The Creation
Station is an affiliate member of the British Franchise Association. The
classes include baby classes that provide hands on activities for babies and parents
or carers to enjoy discovering their world together. The Creation Station also provide
toddler classes called Little Explorers, for children aged 1 to 5 years and their
parent or carers to create and make new friends and to explore, discover, develop,
share and have fun together.
vote for The Creation Station visit www.whatson4littleones.co.uk/awards-voting-2013
and go toBest National Baby & Toddler Development
Activity and scroll to The Creation Station. The final award winners will be announced on
30th June at Baby Expo in Brighton.
First and foremost, we are PASSIONATE about nurturing creativity!
What does that mean for us? Well, we love having fun with different materials – paint, glue and, of course, a bit of glitter – but we also believe that being creative is about experimenting, playing and just seeing what happens.
Giving expression to your own imagination in a group setting provides lots of benefits. It helps young children learn to make choices, share, listen, observe, pretend, problem solve, as well as play and interact with others.
The Creation Station isn’t simply about learning how to paint, model or collage along the lines of “Here’s one we did earlier”. It’s all about having a go, being inspired by something quite simple and encouraging each person to develop their own ideas. It’s amazing seeing that happen and it also gives you a huge boost of confidence when your ideas are taken seriously – no matter how old you are!