Families, with children between the ages of 0 and 3 years-old, can take advantage of our Bubble Pass from 6/14(Mon) – 9/11(Sat). This is a great opportunity for new families to Gymboree and past members who have some time this summer to experience our unique programming for a discounted price!
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※Pricing for Nagoya differs. Click here to confirm.
New families, who enroll in classes by May, as well as current members who invite their friends, can take advantage of our Spring Campaign offered until the end of April! Invite your friends and join us at Gymboree this Spring!
New families who enroll in Mommy and Me classes will receive
①10,000 YEN OFF Membership Fee
② If you enroll with a friend, you and your friend will receive 5,000 YEN OFF 1 month of class fees*
③Current members who introduce a friend will also receive 5,000 YEN OFF 1 month of class fees*
New families who enroll in Preschool and After School will receive
① 10,000 YEN OFF Membership Fee
Current Members who introduce a friend will receive
5,000 YEN OFF their next withdrawal when their friend’s enrollment is finalized. (Friends can join Mommy and Me, Preschool or After School)
For more information, please click on the image below to view the PDF file.
Many parents are worried that their child will be unable to prepare him/herself smoothly in the morning. Since parents are often busy in the morning, it is helpful if children can do some tasks on their own. In this article, we will introduce some tips for helping your child prepare in the morning on their own.
Although parents want to rush their child when they can’t get ready in the morning fast enough. Hurrying is often counterproductive. So, it is recommended that parents instead focus on making getting ready fun. Please think about ways you can make preparation fun such as playing music or giving high fives when each task is finished.
When a child is 3-4 years old, he/she can do more things by himself/herself and becomes more interested in becoming more independent. Allowing children to help around the house will give them a sense of responsibility and help them gain self-confidence. In this article, we will introduce chores recommended for children aged 3 and 4 years old.
The ability to do housework is a skill that it necessary when you live as an adult. When children get involved in chores from a young age, children will learn how to think for themselves and the importance of doing their share.
Also, children who feel a sense of accomplishment and are grateful to their parents will grow into respectful adults. It is important that parents give their children the opportunity to help whenever possible.
Attending mommy & me classes with your child is a great way to fulfill your child’s needs to do things on his/her own. These classes will help your child gain his/her independence and improve his/her communication and social skills.
Most parents want to raise a child who is willing to help around the house. Therefore, it is important that parents encourage children to help from a young age and teach their child that it is fun to help others. There are many chores that even young children can enjoy. In this article, we will introduce some chores targeted at 1 and 2-year-old children.
It is important that children aged 1 to 2 are given the opportunity to try doing things on their own. This will help them feel better about themselves while giving them fun memories. When children learn that “helping is fun” from a young age, they will be more likely to want to continue to help around the house when they get older.
Autumn, often called “Autumn of Art” in Japan, is a great season to enjoy crafts. Children can collect fallen leaves and nuts and use them for craft projects and to learn about nature. Crafts are a great way to keep kids busy at home when the weather is bad. In this article, we will introduce some Autumn craft ideas you can enjoy with your children.
The Fall weather makes it easier to go outside than Summer. However, sometimes children need to find activities to keep them busy indoors for when it is cold and rainy outside. Doing crafts is a great activity to do when at home with your child.
Another fun indoor activity during the Fall is attending mommy & me classes, preschool or after school programs.
During these programs, children can acquire communication and social skills through indoor play with their friends.