Sports, music, art – so many options to keep you kids busy and active after school and on the weekend … but how do you choose? We’ve rounded up some ideas to help you find the right fit for your youngsters with the Family Fun Edmonton Guide to Programs for Kids!
Get in-person support for virtual learning with A & D Tutoring! Pandemic Pod classes help kids successfully navigate online learning in a safe, small group setting away from home. They can learn, ask questions and receive help as needed from experienced and patient class tutors. Plus, they get access to all the equipment they need as well as additional learning resources like robotics and coding! For more information, click here!
Learn how to juggle, test your balance and try acrobatics at Cirquetastic! Kids ages 8 and up (and even adults!) will try exciting and new activities like juggling, trampolining and aerials in a safe and fun environment. Their circus classes are fun, fantastic and fitness-focussed adventures. Along the way, your child will explore creativity and grow in confidence. No previous experience is necessary, there are options for all skill levels. For more information, click here!
Be part of the fun and creative dance community at Dance Theme Academy! They have been an integral part of Edmonton for over 41 years, and their teachers are the perfect balance of technical and nurturing. They are offering both in-studio classes and state of the art virtual teaching for those who are more comfortable at home. Dance Theme is committed to creating a positive environment to inspire dancers of all ages and skill levels to find joy in their art. For more information, click here!
It’s time to learn some new moves, and have a great time doing it! At J’Adore Dance it’s about having fun, getting fit and fostering a love of dance. They offer programs for all ages and abilities, both in-studio and online. There are parent involved classes for babies & toddlers and a variety of independent dance classes for ages 3 to 13. Parents, why not sign up for a class for yourself too? There’s fitness and dance classes for ages 18 and up too. For more information, click here!
Explore musical theatre, acting, dance, puppetry and more with St. Albert Performing Arts! They are providing high quality online classes for all ages and skill levels (with the option to move to in-person instruction as restrictions lift.) If your family is learning from home this year, check out the School of Broadway program for ages 6 to 13, which is perfect for incorporating Theatre & Arts into your curriculum. For more information, click here!
Winter doesn’t have to be unbearable for families, even with all the extra indoor time. Break up that boredom by registering your kids for TWOSE virtual clubs and camps! They are a fun and affordable way to keep the learning going from home. Don’t miss their options for PD Day and Winter Break Camps, for kids ages 6 to 11 to explore science, technology, engineering, art and math. For more information, click here!
Whatever this season brings, we hope that the Family Fun Guide to Programs for Kids
helps your find some fun new activities for you child to try!