If Your Pre-School Age Child's Attending Summer Camp for the First Time and You're Looking for a Suitable Program, This Article is for You.
In previous articles we talked about finding the best Los Angeles summer camps for teenagers and the best summer camps in Los Angeles in general. Today we'll discuss how to find the best summer camps in Los Angeles for preschoolers.
The first thing we suggest is to pick a day camp for your preschool age child, NOT a sleepaway camp. As I'm sure you'll agree, it's completely inappropriate for a preschool age child to leave home for several weeks to attend camp. Day camps are much more appropriate for this younger age group.
The next thing to note is you want to pick a camp that SPECIALIZES in serving pre-school age kids.
That's because these kinds of camps typically have more experience -- not mention particular expertise -- working with younger kids and making sure the kids have a fantastic first-time camp experience.
So What are Some of the Best Preschool Summer Camps in L.A. to Consider?
The big thing to remember when looking for the best preschool summer camp in Los Angeles is the importance of making sure your child has a good time and is well-supervised and cared for by camp counselors who have lots of experience running preschool summer camps.
This is the best way to ensure your preschool age son or daughter has a great summer camp experience in L.A.If your preschooler loves the beach, and/or you want them to develop lifelong water safety skills, you can try Aloha Beach Camp's Keiki summer camp. Keiki Camp is located at Paradise Cove in Malibu.
Keep in mind Keiki Camp is a specialized beach camp program. If you think your child would enjoy a more traditional camp experience, here's a list of preschool summer camps in L.A. to check out, and here's another one too.