Fundinotots is a friendly place to meet other parents with very young children. The group provides an informal play environment with opportunities to take part in a range of activities such as:
- Soft play
- Sand pit
- Water play
- Large play apparatus
- Library Time
- Music Sessions
Refreshments are also provided at each session for parents and children!
All children aged between 0 and 36 months are welcome and parents are expected to be present at all times during the session. In fact, Fundinotots is only open to children accompanied by parents or other family members, not nannies.
"My children loved Fundinotots, there were so many things to explore! It was wonderful to have such a safe, large space for them to play and socialise with others. I enjoyed meeting other parents, swapping tips on being parents and living in HCMC." (Parent 1)
The group meets in the Early Learning Centre and An Phu Primary Campus in District 2 of the city.
Monday 8am – 10am
Tuesday 8am – 11am
Wednesday 8am – 11am
Thursday 8am – 10 am
For more information about fees and how to enrol your child, please contact the An Phu Primary Campus on 083744551 ext 111 or click here!
"When you are bringing up children but are not near your friends and family it can be quite daunting, particularly for first time parents. Fundinotots gave me a place to go and meet other parents to share the joys and challenges of parenthood and to make social connections. It was also vital for my children to socialise and learn sharing and turn taking from a young age. The facilities at BIS are chosen to stimulate young minds and the experience of the teachers was invaluable in both their educational development knowledge and their parenting tips. As my children grew older, Fundinotots grew with them giving them opportunities to explore outside areas and to sensory and messy play I was not able (or unwilling?!) to produce at home. I also think having been in Fundinotots made my children less anxious about starting school and more confident to be left and enjoy the spaces they already knew without me being there." (Parent 2)