Peek-a-BOO! Halloween comes early at baby sensory classes in Ipswich

Keira Andrews and her daughter Eliza Cumberbatch dress as pumpkins at The Daisy Foundation's hallowe

Keira Andrews and her daughter Eliza Cumberbatch dress as pumpkins at The Daisy Foundation's halloween party. - Credit: Archant

Dozens of babies and toddlers across Ipswich and Woodbridge have donned their scariest Halloween costumes this week, for a series of themed-baby sensory classes run by the Daisy Foundation.

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress.

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress. - Credit: Archant

Dressed as wicked witches, fresh pumpkins, ghoulish ghosts and grim reapers, the children took part in the sessions alongside proud parents, with some of the parents even joining the kids in the Halloween get-up.

Jo Cresdee from the Daisy Foundation, said: “It’s all been really good, and very busy – we have had about 300 mums across this week from Ipswich and Woodbridge.

“All the children seemed to really enjoy it so it’s been great.”

The classes are based on yoga, and use a range of movements to help aid the development of youngsters, with exercises to help with balance, rhythm and sensory awareness, with exercises tailored to specific ages.

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress.

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress. - Credit: Archant

For more information visit www.thedaisyfoundation.com.

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress.

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress. - Credit: Archant

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress.

The Daisy Foundation held their halloween party with toddlers in fancy dress. - Credit: Archant