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Little Discovery – Little Professors

Little Discovery

Little Discovery (2-4 years old) is a wonderful way of introducing toddlers to the magical world around us! Sign up at bottom of page.


Little Discovery (2-4 years old) is a wonderful way of introducing toddlers to the magical world around us! We offer experimental sessions to stimulate sensory play, fine motor skills while learning about the world, with the introduction to numbers, shapes, animals, plants, bugs and much more.

The sessions are filled with many exciting discoveries, we like to stimulate and surprise your little ones! Children are curious by nature and eager to learn. Our preschool activities are designed to support the love of learning and encourage all the children to interact with the world. Join our educational and entertaining classes and let’s explore and wonder together.

Little Discovery will encourage your child to:

  • Explore their various senses
  • Enjoy new sounds, shapes and numbers
  • Discover the touch of new material and objects
  • Be stimulated by new topics and experiences



This stage shows tremendous growth in various areas of your child’s cognitive development, which helps with other areas such as movement, social skills and language. Your child will also be more curious regarding objects, and interact with them. All of our activities for babies are based on sensory and fine motor skill development.


45 minute class – 15 minute social time

Up to 8 children per class

3-4 activites per class

At least 1 activity to take home

Weekly emailers to parents

*All new registrations have a R240 sign up fee which includes a Little Professors T-Shirt & Googles as well as goodies throughout the year.


Science is observing and experimenting, making predictions, sharing discoveries, asking questions, and wondering how things work.


Technology is using tools, being inventive, identifying problems, and making things work.


Engineering is solving problems, using a variety of materials, designing and creating, and building things that work.


The expression of a sentient being through or on an accessible medium so that anyone can view, hear or experience it.


Math is sequencing (1, 2, 3, 4…), patterning (1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2…), and exploring shapes (triangle, square, circle), volume (holds more or less), and size (bigger, less than).