Fall Fun For Your Kidlets
Are you ready for fall? Here is a list of activities for your kids this fall!
Did you forget to enroll your little one in Preschool?
Here are a few preschools that I know of that still have an opening or two…
Cheri’s Happy Kids Preschool –
Located in the Five Mile/Victory area and offers the following a T/TH 9:30 – 11:30 Combo Class (for kids who are 3 and 4 before September 1) for $75.00/mo – $40.00 registration fee. Cheri at 484-6156 or you can email her at cspjute at hotmail dot com.
Pirate and Princess Preschool –
Also located in the Five Mile/Victory area, Sarah has a Tuesday and Thursday preschool class from 12:30pm to 3:00pm. $80 monthly with initial $30 registration fee. I wasn’t able to talk to Sarah before this post, so I’m not certain if she has openings or not. You can view her website for details about her system, or contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org or 830-3741
The Learning Lounge Preschool –
Located off of Maple Grove in between Overland and Franklin (close to freeway). Ximena (another one of our readers) has openings for Tuesdays- 9-11:30 a.m. and Thursday – 12-2:30 p.m. $100.00/mo with a $40 registration fee. You can see her website for more info about Ximena, the curriculum she teaches, as well as testimonials.
Maybe you want something a little less formal? Introducing:
Creative Elements has teamed up with Bounce! and will be offering a once a month art class, September through December. The class dates are: 9/17, 10/22, 11/19, and 12/17 from 1:00-3:00. Alyson recommends ages 2-12 (parents need to be present). The cost for all four classes is $40. This includes Bounce time as well! Individual classes are $12. My daughter took an art class from Alyson and just loved it. I’m certain your child will too! Go HERE to register (she also has one scholarship available – read more about this opportunity here).
For Your Older Children (10-14)
Have you heard about MDT Workshop?
MDT (Music, Dance, Theater) Workshop now has AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS, where each participant experiences “life on the stage” as they sing, dance, and act, learning scenes and musical numbers ranging from Vaudeville to Broadway. Each performer will also go “behind the scenes” at the theater: making costumes, building set pieces, props and more! Each class focuses on specific elements of Music Theater, while rehearsals for the end-of-the-semester “show” are in full swing. Visit www.mdtworkshop.com for information.