The Cure for Cabin Fever
Apparently there’s more to kids’ summer camps than swimming and singing songs these days. The newest crop of camps in the city offer our lucky kidlets everything from creating video games to wall climbing to becoming a drama queen. That’s why we’re happy to pass the reins over to the well-trained, enthusiastic and energetic staff at one of these great Toronto-based day camps.
No one is messing with your recently renovated family room, because those cute kids will be happily making messes indoors at The Artful Child, a creative space in Roncesvalles for kids 2 ½ to 5. Sign up now for summer classes, which begin August 1.
The popular Davisville neighbourhood camp Picasso’s Garage takes it on the road this summer and heads down to the Brickworks. Delightful owner Claire Nicholls will offer full day sessions throughout July and August focusing on drawing, sculpture, printmaking, as well as nature hikes and stretching. Yes, stretching.
We’re just getting warmed up. Find more places for the kids to play, with our list of The Best Summer Day Camps in Toronto.