When you step through the doors of School of Rock Vancouver, what you will hear is laughter and excitement. That’s because these budding musicians are building their self confidence while playing their chosen musical instruments from day one instead of starting with scales and other theory exercises, and they are doing this alongside their friends in
Spring Break is here! We’ve been looking forward to it for weeks. What have you got planned? Are you going on a holiday or just having a stay-cation locally?
We were lucky with a break in the rain today, but it’s looking as though the weather may not be as sunny and warm as we would have liked. With a potential chance of rain most, actually every, day, where will you go to fill the remaining days of Spring Break? We’ve put together a couple of activities that are fun and educational rain or shine!
Spring Break Activities in the Lower Mainland
Learn about the diverse Indigenous cultures of the Northwest Coast at the Bill Reid Gallery this Spring Break. The Gallery offers educational experiences that will engage children and families of all ages. Free admission for children 12 and under.
To ensure safety of visitors the Gallery has implemented enhanced ventilation and sanitization, and social distancing measures. Masks are recommended.
They offer a unique and enjoyable time for all ages in a rural heritage setting on 2 hectares in North Vancouver. Maplewood Farm is a fun—and educational—place to visit for the whole family.´ Remember to book your visit at maplewoodfarm.bc.ca.
Summer is coming to an end and now is time to start planning which activities your children will be doing this Fall. Extracurricular activities are a huge part of children's growth and development. They provide an opportunity for children to have new experiences, meet new people, and learn new skills. On top of all that
Let's get into it as we explore new ways to keep kids busy during Summer break. There are a variety of new ways through which caregivers or parents can keep their young ones busy.
More current research is showing that excessive screen time is associated with other delayed cognitive and linguistic development.