Woodland Hills borders the Santa Monica Mountains and has a Mediterranean climate, making it accessible year-round for family fun. There are various recreation centers, private golf clubs, and many parks with children's play areas, picnic tables,... see more »
Woodland Hills borders the Santa Monica Mountains and has a Mediterranean climate, making it accessible year-round for family fun. There are various recreation centers, private golf clubs, and many parks with children's play areas, picnic tables, and hiking. The Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve and the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area also have miles and miles of trails for hiking, biking, equestrian rides, and panoramic views of the area. Look at our online directory for Woodland Hills and find a summer camp that will make your child's summer.
Take your kids to a safe and nurturing environment at We Rock the Spectrum, which has a plethora of activities for kids to keep them entertained. There is open play hours every day and kids have full use of the gym and an arts and crafts section, which has beading, painting, and lanyards. Mini camps and after-school programs have one to one attendant care for special needs children and lots of sensory fun time in the gym. Regular classes are held once a week for children with special needs and those who are typically developing. These social skills groups help with initiating conversations, social boundaries, and making friends.
Let the kids revel in the holiday season at Camp Little Twigs, run by the Woodland Hills Recreation Center. The camp, for ages 3-5 has group centered experiences for play and fun! During the week, kids get to cook, make art, explore science and music, story time, and making new friends. Themes include Holidays Around the World, Happy New Years, and Winter Wonderland. Winter camp shirts will be provided, as will snacks and water. In the summer months, take the kids to Fitness by the Sea, a day camp program that is all about getting wet and staying healthy.
Build robots, friendships, and confidence at Robotics for Kids, through Sylvan Learning. Kids can make their fantasies come true by making a real-life robot using LEGO bricks and software; all while learning STEM curriculum. The classes are for grades 2-6th and will challenge and inspire kids, who might become interested in engineering, robotics, or a scientist. Even if kids have no scientific experience, they are welcome and the teachers will get them up to speed. The week includes building the robot, while learning scientific concepts, then using computer programming to get the bot moving. Next, kids will challenge other teams to games or just have fun playing pretend. There's a special surprise activity at the end!
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