Time for a sing-song

CLAPPING Helen Wort with her eight-month-old daughter Amelie Wort during Rhymetime at Lee-on-the-Solent Library
CLAPPING Helen Wort with her eight-month-old daughter Amelie Wort during Rhymetime at Lee-on-the-Solent Library
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BABIES and toddlers have been getting to grips with the latest nursery rhymes at a library class.

The weekly session at Lee-on-the-Solent library introduces children and their parents or carers to rhymes and action songs.

Helen Wort, 32, from Fort Road in Alverstoke, took along her eight-month-old daughter Amelie.

She said: ‘It was our first time.

‘I think it’s great for them to be able to clap and sing along.

‘It’s about socialising and seeing other babies and giving them that broad balance of life.’

Rhymetime takes place every Tuesday at 1.30pm at the library for children aged between six months and three years old.