THE MILWAUKEE Y

 

Parent/Child ClassesBaby

In parent/child classes, children learn songs and games while building language and motor skills. Parent/child classes are intended for one child and one parent or guardian.


Movement classes Child Movement

Young children express feelings and ideas through movement and play. Each class session will focus on a different activity set to music. For past participants, the instructor will vary their music and routine to keep it fun.


Dance ClassesDance 3

Dance classes teach children rhythm, creativity and fun for all. Classes range from pre-ballet classes to preschool gymnastics to cardio kids. Get your child’s heart pumping and body moving with Y dance classes!

Click here to see our dance classes flier.


Specialty ClassesKids Club

There’s no limit to the fun children have in preschool specialty classes ranging from Kitchen Kapers to Days with Dinosaurs. With an emphasis on fun and creativity, children take part in hands on activities, games, sports, cooking and more.

 


Kids ClubUntitled-4

Kids Club is a progressive preschool program, offering age-appropriate activities that help children develop academically, grow socially, master skills, make friends and become comfortable in a class room setting. All the traditional preschool necessities are covered, with a focus on building strong character and life-long skills.

Click here to see our Kids Club brochure!


Kinder CampKinder-Camp-4

Kinder Camp is a mini version of the Y’s traditional summer day camp, designed for children ages 3-6. Each week will be a fun-filled adventure, as we explore books and participate in crafts, activities, and music.

Please check back in early spring for our Kinder Camp 2016 flier.

 

Kim, Daughters in Y Dance Program
The Y has given my two girls the opportunity to become stronger, healthier individuals. The dance program helped them step out of their comfort zone and take risks. The dance instructor created a trusting relationship and encouraged them to do the best they could do while letting them know it is OK to make mistakes. I’m very grateful to have the Y as an outlet for my children to explore their interests in a positive, safe environment.