What’s New


Hop Into Spring – One Day Fun Day (March 2017)

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Feb 17, 2017   Category: Events, Resources, What's New  

One Day Fun Day - Hop Into Spring Mar 2017

When: Saturday, March 11, 2017 12:30pm-3:30pm

Where: Leaps and Bounds

What: Children will be able to participate in spring themed games, sensory activities, snack and LOTS of fun!

Price: $45 per child/$40 per child for 2 or more siblings

Ages: 3 – 12


Pediatric therapists will direct the workshop. Limited space is available.
Please register by calling 636-928-LEAP (5327) to reserve a spot for your child!


Dental Day at Leaps & Bounds (February 2017)

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Feb 10, 2017   Category: Events, Resources, What's New  

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February – Children’s Dental Health Month

Posted By: Carrie Salyer on Feb 10, 2017   Category: Articles, Resources, What's New  

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February is Children’s Dental Health Month!

We know visiting the dentist can be a struggle for some kids and we’re excited to be able to give kids the opportunity to help change their perspective of going to the dentist at our upcoming Dental Day (more…)


Executive Function: Skills for Success

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jan 23, 2017   Category: Articles, Parent Seminars, Resources, What's New  

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As adults, we don’t talk back to our boss when we disagree and we refrain from honking the horn when someone cuts us off on the road because we have control over our behaviors. We look at problems from different angles or attempt different strategies until we are successful because we can think flexibly. Adults can recall an address and simple driving directions for a period of time without writing them down thanks to our developed working memory. We are successful adults today not because we were born with executive function skills, but because we developed these skills through our experiences through childhood and adolescence. With each experience we learned what made us successful, what strategies worked for us, and built our “library of executive function”. We have both the books with the experiences and the catalogue system by which to locate the right book for the moment. By the time we had our first jobs, we had a decent sized library to pull information from but we continued to learn from our experiences and still are today.

Although all children are born with the capacity to develop these skills there are some children that require additional support. A child that has attention difficulties may miss cues that can help them assess (more…)


Spring Break: Learning Enrichment Camp (March 2017)

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jan 23, 2017   Category: Events, Resources, What's New  

The Superhero in All of Us
March 20th – 24th
9:00AM – 3:00PM

Leaps & Bounds is happy to announce that our previous Learning Enrichment Camps were such a huge success that we’ll be offering another camp this Spring! Please click on the flyer below for more details.

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Please call the office at 636-928-LEAP (5327) with any questions or to sign your child up today!


Mom’s Morning Out (February 2017)

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jan 23, 2017   Category: Events, Resources, What's New  

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Have your little one join us for a morning of fun that will be filled with movement, creative play, social skills, and fine motor activities led by a licensed therapist. A snack will also be provided.

Theme: Clovers & Leprechauns
Ages: 2-5 years old
When: Monday, February 27, 2017 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Where: Leaps and Bounds
Price: $20 per child each session

Please call 636-928-LEAP (5327) to sign your child up today!


2017 Winter/Spring Programs

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jan 9, 2017   Category: Groups, Resources, What's New  

We are now accepting registrations for our 2017 Winter/Spring Programs!

This winter/spring we will be offering all of our fun and amazing groups along with our recreational fun days and FREE Parent Seminars. However, we’d like to highlight a few new and exciting things coming up:

*Leaps & Bounds Feeding Clinic

*New Groups:

Executive Functioning (Ages 10-12 years)
Yoga and Self-Regulation (Ages 6-8 years)

*Spring Break Learning Enrichment Camp:

The Superhero in All of Us
March 20th-March 24th

Please see the attached flyer below for more details:

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Contact Leaps & Bounds by calling 636-928-LEAP(5327) or emailing info@leapsandboundskids.com with any questions or to sign your child up today!


2017 FREE Parent Seminar Schedule

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Dec 8, 2016   Category: Parent Seminars, Resources, What's New  

Our 2017 FREE Parent Seminar Schedule is set and ready to go! Check it out by clicking on the image below:
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**There is no cost for these seminars. Seating is limited. Call 636-928-5327 or email info@leapsandboundskids.com to RSVP to reserve your spot for any of these seminars. Please include your phone number if you register by email.**


Star Wars Play Day (December 2016)

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Nov 28, 2016   Category: Events, Resources, What's New  

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We would like to invite all of our young padawans (5 years and under) for a Star Wars Play Day!

When: Monday, December 12, 2016 9:30-11:00 a.m.
Where: Leaps and Bounds
Price: $10 per child (to be donated to Toys for Tots

Please call 636-928-LEAP (5327) to sign your child up today!


Helping Your Sensory Kids (and you) Survive the Holidays

Posted By: Carrie Salyer on Nov 28, 2016   Category: Articles, Resources, What's New   Tags:

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Holidays are fun, joyful times with family and friends! AND they are overwhelming, over-stimulating, and exhausting for nearly all of us. Imagine being a sensory kid who is overwhelmed by stimulation on a daily basis, or a sensory kid who needs more, more, more….more movement, more touch, more everything! Holiday gatherings can prove to be very challenging for any type of sensory kid.

Before you head off to ten different family gatherings, make a plan to help your child be successful and ease your stress. First, consider (more…)