Programs and services for families and early childhood

Mums & Tots Yoga

Once again MEPEC is excited to offer a mindful and nourishing time for you and your baby/toddler! Register now and participate in the Mums and Tots Yoga to stretch and entertain your little ones. The class is designed to help you regain your balance, strengthen and relieve tension. The idea is to alternate movements involving baby and movements where he/she is simply watching/crawling or toddling around you.

Registration fees for the session is $10 for MEPEC members and $20 for non-members.


Sprouts is a literacy circle time activity including a variety of theme-based activities. It is a time for social interactions and positive relationships among young children through creative expression and play. The activities are an excellent way to get children to become familiar with the concept of time through schedule and routine. Activities are light and fun and help to increase a child’s awareness of language, physical, and sensory experiences.

Mother Goose Program

In partnership with the South Shore Literacy Council, MEPEC is offering a free pre-literacy music program call the Mother Goose in Boucherville. This program is structured to provide parent-child interaction, language acquisition and socialization. The program is designed for parents and their children aged 0 to 3. 

Professionally-trained animators model oral traditions of interactive rhymes, songs, structured play, story and dance. All the activities are focused on maximizing parent-child interaction.

There are three 10-week sessions annually. Registration is taken by e-mail two (2) weeks before each session begins. For more information contact us at [email protected] or [email protected].


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Dad Central is a national organization that provides dads with resources, tools and guidance to engage them in the process of building healthy children. Visit their website to learn more about their free online workshops.

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) is the resource for translating advances in exercise science research into the promotion of fitness, performance, and health outcomes for Canadians. Discover the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years) and for Children and Youth (5-17 years).

Naître et grandir‘s mission is to support Quebec parents on a daily basis in their role with their child, from conception to 8 years of age. Their objective is to raise awareness among parents and Quebec society as a whole of the importance of fostering children’s development, from an early age, in order to create conditions and environments conducive to their educational success.


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