Looking to do something new to do with your children? Try these websites:
Activities to do with Kids in Toronto – a list of websites that focus on activities for you and your child in and around Toronto:
Toronto 4Kids: http://www.toronto4kids.com/
Help We’ve Got Kids: http://www.helpwevegotkids.com/
Best Things to Do with Kids in Toronto: http://gocanada.about.com/od/canadiancities1/tp/toptorontokids.htm
Kids Around Canada: http://www.kidsaroundcanada.com/
Information for things to do with kids in Toronto: http://www.househuntingintoronto.com/toronto/toronto_for_kids.htm
There are cool things to do and visit right in your neighborhood. Here are a few tips to create a fun staycation with the kids.
Kid’s Camps & Daycare:
Kidz Klub “After School Program" at Central Neighborhood House on 349 Ontario Street is offered as a FREE service that operates Monday to Fridays from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm – September to June. The program is for children ages 5 – 12. The program schedule includes: 3:30 – 4:00 Snack Time; 4pm – 4:45 Homework; 5pm – 6pm Daily Activities. To register pick-up a registration form and monthly program calendar from reception or one of the program staff. Call: 416.925.4363 or email email@example.com or www.cnh.on.ca
Camp Central Neighbourhood House:
CNH runs a summer camp for children. For more information visit their website at www.cnh.on.ca or call the Camp Director at 416 925 4363 x101
Toronto Public Library Kidsapce: http://kidsspace.torontopubliclibrary.ca/
Kids Camp Directories:
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