We have now retired from Jo Jingles, and I say "we" as i enjoyed it as much as my little Katy.Read More...
We have now retired from Jo Jingles, and I say "we" as i enjoyed it as much as my little Katy. Here's our story - I saw a flyer in the library for Jo Jingles and we signed up when Katy was 8 months old. The classes were very entertaining for Katy and she would bounce away on my knee to the music and "play" the instruments. It was a joy to see her progress through the classes and gain so much enjoyment from them.
When she joined the older class she was reluctant to approach the front of the class on her own, but the classes gave her the confidence to over come this and it was a proud moment when she did so on her own. Also the acknowledgement and presentation of the certificates for the milestones (dry as a bone and taking her first step) achieved in the classes were a lovely touch.
Jo, you became very special to Katy and you always had time for her when she wanted to show you her rabbit (even though she took him along every week) or when she had a story to share with you.
We would recommend Jo Jingles classes without hesitation but with a little advice : mums / dads/ carers get involved too, if I can dress like a pirate anyone can and the more you dance along your little one will too, it's like a free workout too!!
Jo Jingles has left us with lots of happy memories, (we still put the Cd's on and have a dance around) the class was fun, entertaining and a good learning tool. It was all the better thanks to the lovely Jo who will always be special to us.