Looking for an in-person activity for after-school, weekend, or homeschool this fall? Take your pick from sports, arts, and education programs in North York.
Head to each activity provider’s website to learn about changes to programming this fall due to COVID, including reduced group sizes, semi-private and family class options, and at-your-location “pod” options.
STEM programs from Snapology North York focus on educational entertainment for ages 5–12 incorporating Lego bricks. Each class has a maximum of 10 participants and each child has their own building kit. They can also organize a custom “pandemic pod” program at your location.
Kids act out short stories and plays, learn dance routines, and do vocal exercises at this 10-week program from Great Big Theatre Company. The term ends with a presentation for parents and friends. In the Level 2 program, kids ages 9–14 produce and perform a short play over 10 weeks.
Semi-private classes (max 4 students), family/bubble classes, and group classes (max 8 students) are available this fall at Just Bounce Trampoline Club, for ages 3–18. All coaches are certified to teach trampoline gymnastics specifically.
Aquatics Academy has fall classes babies (with parent) up through Red Cross Swim Kids Level 10 as well as its unique AUTISwiM program for kids on the autism spectrum at its warm, saltwater pool. Private, semi-private, and at-home lessons are available.
The North York Academy has a fall soccer league for girls (U4–U12) with twice-weekly training and Friday games and scrimmages on a lighted field.
Each session starts with a question and then kids test theories with experiments, using real test tubes and pipettes, all while learning the core science principles of pressure, weather, electricity, and sound. This is just one of several science classes at Chamelea Center this fall.
Semi-private training sessions for ages 5–18 take place at Elite Camps’ 11,000-square foot facility entirely dedicated to basketball. Sign up for girls’-only or coed lessons or sessions focusing on shooting, guard skills, or ball handling.
TAC Sports has fall programs for soccer, tennis, basketball, and swimming, for ages 4 and up at St. Joseph Morrow Park or Sunnyview P.S.
These unique science programs for French-language learners take place in a fully equipped science lab, where kids may make liquid rainbows and gooey slime or even build their own car.