Sally and Erika's Storytelling Programs for Young Children

Lullabies & LapRhymes

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Congratulations! You are expecting a baby!  You have a brand new baby!  Now what do you do?

Lullabies & LapRhymes is a unique program that supports early language play, healthy touch and bonding for expectant parents and new parents with babies from birth to 9 months old. Discover traditional songs, laprhymes, fingerplays and lullabies that are just right to sing and play with your baby.

Our 4 week program helps you and your baby learn language and listening skills that will grow with your family throughout the years.

Learn portable and practical tools to soothe and engage your baby, day or night, at home and on the go. Find the fun in every moment of the day! Great for: diaper changing, bathtime, bedtime or naptime, dressing, doctor’s office, waiting lines and even for soothing a bump on the head. Your baby will enjoy the closeness and the time you spend sharing these traditional and new songs and rhymes.

It’s never too early to start!  Our classes are now open for expectant parents, too!  Imagine the joyful comfort of entering the world to the soothing sound of your favourite Lullabies & LapRhymes!

Programs offered in central Toronto. Group size is limited. For information on the next 4 week session, please contact us at: sallyjaeger@gmail.com.

If you are unable to join us for a program, we have many wonderful resources to help you get started! Check out our “Lullabies & LapRhymes” cd or our dvd “From Wibbleton to Wobbleton,” based on our baby class. These teaching resources are available through your public library or click on our link for on line purchase information.


Comments from parents

“I have discovered that my daughter’s favorite toy is Me! Sally, you have given me the tools to make that happen. You’ve given me the power to entertain, soothe and console my precious little girl.” (Kelly and Sienna)

“ The rhymes are such a great tool to teach, to make them smile, and of course, to distract!’ (Rochelle and Charlie)