When summer hits, it can be stressful for parents to find places for their kids to spend time. Countryside YMCA summer camps are a great option for pre-K kids.
During the summer months, parents often scramble to find ways to keep their kids occupied while they’re at work. That task can be even more difficult for parents of pre-kindergarten children. It’s important to keep the minds of pre-K kids interested and engaged in learning as they begin preparing for kindergarten. Finding the right summer program can be hard as you try to balance both enjoyment and education. At Countryside YMCA summer camps, we give pre-k children a summer of fun activities that engage their minds and help them build relationships. Here are some tips that will help you choose the right YMCA summer camp.
Remember that pre-k children want their summers to be about having fun. So, when you are looking for YMCA summer camps for your pre-k child, select camps that pique their interests. We have a variety of camps for preschoolers at Countryside YMCA, including aquatics, gymnastics, and adventure camps. These camps are week-long, half-day offerings available over a 10-week span in June, July, and August.
We believe Countryside YMCA summer camps will be a blast for your child, but they will also challenge them. With the aquatics offerings, your child will receive lessons from YMCA swimming instructors that are lots of fun and teach valuable water safety skills. Our adventure camps include games and crafts that challenge participants, engage their minds, and help them work together with friends.
At Countryside YMCA, we understand that finding childcare is difficult, even more so in the summer. Our YMCA summer camps can be the highlight of your child’s summer, but we also want them to be an affordable solution for families. All of our camps are half-day offerings over the span of a week. Prices range from $110 to $125, depending on your membership status at Countryside YMCA. You can choose a week that works best for your family, whether it’s a week with a heavier-than-usual workload for Mom or Dad or a week with a theme that your child will enjoy more.
If your family is looking for YMCA summer camps for a pre-k child, Countryside YMCA wants to help. For more information on our offerings, give us a call at one of our three locations or register for a camp today.