Music Together of Wellesley 31 Central St, Wellesley, MA02482 Music Together of Wellesley is a music education program for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers, big kids (ages 5 - 8) and…More their parents. The classes are all music and movement based, with an emphasis on play, and the children engage in singing, dancing and playing instruments. A free trial class is offered and registration is available online or through mail.
Wellesley United Soccer Club 2 Kipling Rd, Wellesley, MA02481 Youth soccer is alive and well in Wellesley, thanks to the efforts of this club. Teach your children (kindergarten…More through eighth grade) teamwork, fitness and fair play. Register for play or attend a match.
Wellesley Academy of Music 79 Denton Rd, Wellesley, MA02482 Wellesley Academy of Music offers guitar, drum, voice, bass, piano, and trumpet lessons for students of all ages and…More skill levels. Lessons allow students to learn traditional and popular songs of all styles. Teachers – as well as owner/teacher David Wade – have experienced backgrounds that include working in live TV spots, playing in orchestras and receiving Grammy nominations.
The Montessori Children's House of Wellesley 10 Waban St, Wellesley, MA02482 The Montessori Children's House of Wellesley is a pre-school providing young students with a Montessori education. The…More school offers two distinct programs, offering separate classes for 3-year-olds and 4- and 5-year-olds. Using a progressive approach, students are provided with individualized attention to best suit their unique method of learning. The school is within a Queen Anne Victorian house, offering a home-like and comfortable learning environment with plenty of natural light and open spaces. There also is a private outdoor play area with gardens and open areas.
Christ Church Nursery School 9 Wellesley Ave, Wellesley, MA02482 The Christ Church Nursery School philosophy is to provide an environment that allows for the social, emotional and…More physical growth of each child. The child centered, developmentally appropriate curriculum incorporates daily opportunities for individual, as well as group activities. Use of quiet, active, and imaginative play, along with problem-solving experiences, literature and gross and fine motor activities help to ensure kindergarten readiness.