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The Learning Experience® Brings Quality Child Development to Lake Worth, FL
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The Learning Experience® Brings Quality Child Development to Lake Worth, FL

The Learning Experience, a child development center serving babies 6 weeks old to 6 years old, opened last April on Lantana Road in Lake Worth. “The Learning Experience brings a quality child development program to Lake Worth,” said Tara Montenaro, regional director. “By helping children develop, we hope to become a household name and a permanent fixture in the area.”

The center offers baby yoga for 6-week-olds, helping the child stretch, sign language, and music and various enrichment programs, including Charlie Choo Choo, Yippee 4 Yoga and Music4Me, which exposes children to a variety of forms of music, rhythms, tones and tempos.

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