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summer holiday clubs or activities for g+t children

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pickyminx Thu 04-Jun-09 23:12:58

Does anyone know of any summer classes ect for 4-5 year olds in the summer holidays.
Id like to know so that if my daughter gets bored in the summer holidays (as she seems to do if she hasnt got constant input) there is something i can see if she'd like to attend im not looking at camps ect just maybe the odd day or 2 if you can help thats great ive had a quick look around but unfortunately they all start from 7 years and thats no good for her althou her ability is beyond 7.
Thanks in advance.

KatyMac Thu 04-Jun-09 23:16:51

Try a chidminder (esp one with an older child)

LynetteScavo Thu 04-Jun-09 23:20:46

What have you come across?

My kids tend to do sporty things during the summer, most of them avialable to 5 year olds.

islandofsodor Thu 04-Jun-09 23:24:02

I guess it depends on your area but dd has in the past gone to King's Camp (sports) and Stagecoach Junior Workshops.

Stagecoach was 5 days but just mornings. King's Camp you could choose from full time, mornings only or flexi camp (3 days)

pickyminx Thu 04-Jun-09 23:24:30

thanks for the idea but unfortunately this isnt any good for us. I have 3 children 4, 2 and 4 months and second we just cant afford it. I was hoping i might find something thats an interest for her like there is other things of interest for the other 2.

LynetteScavo Fri 05-Jun-09 16:37:41

Is your local library running anything? Ours do quite a bit over the summer.

I'm intriged; what activities is your 4 months old doing over the summer?!

cory Fri 05-Jun-09 18:34:39

Is there anything like a local museum or aquarium or art gallery that might do activities? Our council has a webpage with holiday activities and I think they publish a little booklet too. Most activities are for a wide age range.

pickyminx Sat 06-Jun-09 19:27:21

thanks for your ideas greatly appreciated ill start looking into them thanks for the starting points.

LynetteScavo as ur intriged to know my youngest will be doing things like, floor time, learning to crawl, having a splash around in some water, going to music makers ect the list is long.

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