Baby Connection is a weekly drop in class based around children ages 6 to 12 months old. This class encourages the connection between caregiver and child but also the adult interaction as many TMC classes do. Join our instructor Madison to encourage babies to learn and improve their gross motor, fine motor, sensory and cognitive development. Though the use of materials such as scarves, instruments, bubbles, music and even a parachute you and your babies are bound to have an interactive, engaging & fun hour! This group will meet every Friday afternoon from 1-2pm at the SHED Children's Campus in Andover and is intended for babies ages 6-12 months old.
This group is led by Madison Fugere, a long time dancer, choreographer, and baby lover! Madison grew up in Andover and is currently studying Child & Family Studies and Early Childhood Education at Framingham State University. Madison can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Instructor
Madison grew up in Andover, MA in a family of dancers stemming from her grandmother and later to both her mother and father followed by herself and her brother. Growing up Madison participated in many dance classes of all styles and also did theater in her school plays.
Starting at a young age, Madison found her passion for children and the ability to watch them grow and learn and quickly knew that is what she wanted to pursue in her future. Her love for children was shown through assisting many baby and tumbling classes at Wilmington Dance Academy starting at the age of 10, babysitting for children of all ages and eventually running a babysitting network (Kids Kare) while she was recovering from spinal surgery at age 16, and now teaching Zumbini classes for parents and their children (birth-4yr old).
Madison currently studies Child & Family Studies as well as Early Childhood Education at Framingham State University and will graduate with her BA degree in both majors in the Spring of 2021 after taking an accelerated path in order to graduate in just 3 years. After graduating she strives to open and run her own daycare in hopes of continuing her love for watching children grow and develop.