Socialized Baby 2.0

Encouraging engagement, infant programs combine play and interaction

Implications - Social skills are of the utmost importance in today's digital world, and only peer-to-peer play can prepare children for the adult world. Seeking to foster bonds with other kids, parents are turning to programs that help promote socialization. Baby spas and DJ schools provide a social alternative to at-home bonding and a desire to foster a more socially integrated generation in the face of dwindling person-to-person interaction.
SCORE: 4.1
This Year and Mild Top 4 Examples: 1,114 Total Clicks Feb 15 - Apr 16
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Infant-Friendly Museum Tours - This Museum Hosts a 'Baby & Me' Tour for Parents and Their Children
SCORE: 5
This Year and Mild 197 Clicks Pub: Apr 26, 16
Infant-Friendly Museum Tours
This Museum Hosts a 'Baby & Me' Tour for Parents and Their Children
Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is currently hosting a ‘Baby & Me’ program that gives parents an opportunity to enjoy adult learning in a baby-friendly atmosphere.... [More]
Parent-Informing Daycare Platforms - The HiMama App Offers a Daily, Real-Time Child Activity Report
SCORE: 2.5
Mild 398 Clicks Pub: Feb 4, 15
Parent-Informing Daycare Platforms
The HiMama App Offers a Daily, Real-Time Child Activity Report
Statistics indicate almost 11 million kids younger than 5 go to daycare every week in the United States, meaning children spend 36 hours on average away from their working parents who might not have... [More]
Theatrical Infant Workshops - This Interactive Child Development Class is Set at the Theater
SCORE: 3.7
This Year and Untested 187 Clicks Pub: Jan 12, 16
Theatrical Infant Workshops
This Interactive Child Development Class is Set at the Theater
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Young People’s Theatre in Toronto is hosting a unique child development class. Just as there are many interactive workshops for adults, YPT is... [More]
Toddler-Targeted Circus Classes - This Event Makes the Circus Accessible to Parents and Toddlers
SCORE: 3.6
This Year and Untested 332 Clicks Pub: Apr 26, 16
Toddler-Targeted Circus Classes
This Event Makes the Circus Accessible to Parents and Toddlers
The Vancouver Circus School is now hosting drop-in circus classes for parents and children under the age of five. The event not only allows children to safely explore different circus apparatuses,... [More]