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3foot pre-schooler stage at #PlayAtHomeFest

Play At Home Fest

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With the 3foot People Festival 2020 being cancelled, the team couldn’t bear to stay away for a whole year. So, they teamed up with   Dr Gummer’s Good Play Guide and the Play At Home Fest to host the 3foot Pre-Schooler Stage.

Over the late May Bank Holiday, the virtual offering brought a range of performances and activities for  little festival goers to enjoy, bringing some unique 3foot festival magic to their stay at home adventures.

Even better news and by popular demand Play At Home Fest returns on Saturday 29 August bringing more festival fun to you right at home. 3foot will be hosting the stage once again and you can find out everything you need to know at Play at Home Festival.


Catch up with the first Play at Home Fest

3foot’s Play at Home line-up was full of fun, interactive, immersive and educational sessions to get the little ones moving and most importantly entertained. 

All the following fantastic performances and sessions took to the stage over the weekend and are available to stream anytime on the Chelmsford City Events YouTube Channel.

Baby Sensory

Exploring your baby’s world using their senses. You will need to have a musical instrument ready...

babyballet

Live in your living room, teaching your little stars the ballet basics.

Basking Babies

Yoga class for three months to crawling, covering a range of different moves, sequences and songs.

Bubble Inc

Bubble show and workshop by 12 x Guinness World Record breaker  Samsam Bubbleman! 

Glastonbabies

Handmade Theatre

Explore nature with the fantastic show, WilderNests. Taking a peek into our gardens and woodlands to explore the wildlife living alongside us.

Hartbeeps

A collection of some of Hartbeeps' favourite party songs, with demos of moves for every age group.

J&C Party Pets

Presenting our animals! Its feeding time and a chance to say hello to some farmyard favourites.

Jo Jingles 

Come and join us for lots of singing and dancing with Jo Jingles. Grab a shaker or just clap along as we show you what we get up to at Jo Jingles.

Little Scrummers Rugby

Rugby fun with passing, catching, tagging and lots more fun games and ideas you can practise at home.

Little Works Productions

Ted has lost his winding key and it’s a race against the clock to find it before their owner, Penny, returns to the playroom. With plenty of songs, dancing, mishaps and laughter along the way.

Mace Playce

A’MACE’ing Puppet Show! Join the Mace Playce Family & their a’MACE’ing puppets, Enzo, Flossie, Lipsy & Sid for lots of singing & dancing to all your favourite songs!

Mike Dodsworth Storyteller

Join 3foot’s favourite storyteller and the tale of Buzzbee’s Stay at Home Adventure.

Moo Music

Join Farmer Carly and Farmer Rowan as they introduce you to Maggie Moo and her Moosical Croo. With singing, dancing, live music and even a disco there's lots to get you moo'ving and grooving.

Phonics with Robot Reg

Presenting to you an educational and interactive phonics class, live in your living room. Including sounds recognition, alliteration, and oral blending and segmenting.

Play in the Park

It’s time to Play in the House! Playworkers will be demonstrating activities such as egg and spoon races, catching challenges, storytelling and even a treasure hunt.

Taleshakers

Join us for a fun filled family-focused session for children aged 0 to 6 years and their parents and carers.

Talking Tots

A variety of classic Talking Tots games that build fundamental skills such as listening and attention. There's lots of fun with action packed structured games, exciting props, singing, rhyming and stories.

Toddler Sense

Creating magical adventures with your toddlers using their imaginations and senses. Have a musical instrument at the ready!

When taking part in activities, please make sure you follow instructions carefully to ensure both yours and your child’s safety. If you choose to take part in the activities, you do so at your own risk.

More about Play At Home Fest

It wasn't just about the 3foot pre-schooler stage, Play at Home Fest saw many other fantastic performances to keep the entire family entertained. You can find out more and catch up with these by checking out the  Play at Home Festival.

You can also keep in the loop with the latest announcements by following  @3footfestival and @GoodPlayGuide on Facebook.