A biplane’s mechanized propellers whir. A satellite spins on its axis. Such are the Lego inventions of students enrolled in Bricks 4 Kidz’s after-school program. The blueprints for these miniature gadgets spring from the mind ofMichelle Cote, who saw the potential for LEGO bricks to introduce young learners to architecture, engineering, and science. She draws upon her own background as an architect to create model plans for LEGO bricks creations with kid-friendly themes such as amusement parks, famous buildings, and outer space. Students work together in small groups to replicate these models, honing their creativity, problem-solving abilities, and teamwork skills along the way.
Feel the heart-racing adrenaline of roller coasters and endless family fun this weekend with a trip to Mighty Jungle Indoor Playground in Mississauga.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
The folks at Learning Jungle want to make sure they can positively affect the developing minds and bodies of youngsters youngsters through their childcare and enrichment and camp programs. They've been enriching the lives of children for over 30 years with their daycare and enrichment programs that include dance, drawing, language, math, and even piano lessons to foster all-round development. Believing that children learn best through play, Learning Jungle has incorporated stimulating elements into activities that nurture and develop the imagination, independence and decision-making skills for children up to 12 years old.
Since she was preceded by four generations of musicians, it was only natural that Shelkah Francis began playing piano at age 6. Now, with music degrees and nearly two decades of teaching experience to her name, she helps kids discover the same early love of music that has guided her through life and mythical journeys to the underworld. Kindermusik with Ms. Shelkah uses a curriculum practiced around the world that provides age-appropriate music lessons to babies, toddlers, and kids, teaching them musical aptitude as well as social skills. She also teaches youth and adults how to play individual instruments, write music, and prepare for auditions.
Stars A1 Maids has a system. In four–six steps, the staff annihilates dust and grime in each room. Steps can include washing and waxing floors or simply tidying up to create an organized space ready for a proper cleaning. Besides comprehensive house sprucing, they can also clean carpets, wash windows, and walk the family dog.
At Kidnetix Edu-Play Centre, toddlers and children clamber up eight towering play structures and slide back down to the carpeted floor in plastic tube slides, and wee adventurers scale a child-sized rock-climbing wall, explore a tree house, and dive into a ball pit. Others test their agility on padded obstacle courses, crawl through tunnel mazes, and bounce in a large jumping castle.
Kids engage in safe exploration at both Brampton and North York playgrounds, and children can also challenge friends and settle sandbox territory disputes in games of skee-ball, table hockey, and virtual racing at each location's arcade. Kidnetix Edu-Play Centre's engaging staff wields their certifications in ECE and first-aid CPR as they guide kids through educational programs for all ages, as well as themed day camps during the summer and March break, which let campers work out youthful energy through arts and crafts, games, and field trips.