Our Preschool Enrichment Programs are designed to provide children with quality learning experiences through age appropriate activities that foster each child’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. Activities are structured so children can interact with classmates on an individual basis and within a group. Enrichment programs are designed for your child to experience success each and every day, and to instill a love of learning that children will carry with them for years to come. By providing children with a safe, comfortable, and encouraging environment it is our mission to ensure happy learning practices for all children.
Preschool Enrichment Program – Ages 2-5
Waukegan Park District Children’s Connection Program is designed to provide your child with quality PLAY experiences that will foster their social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. We believe that children learn to play and play to learn. As your child plays, they will learn to solve problems, to get along with others and to develop the fine and gross motor skills needed to grow, learn and have a head start on their school years ahead.
Early Childhood Recreation and Enrichment Programs – Ages 2-5
Here at the Waukegan Park District, we have designed a variety of programs to meet the developmental milestones of your infant or toddler. Your child will learn to play and interact with other children their own age. Parents will also have a chance to meet others parents. Programs include:
- Physical Programs
- Social Programs
- Creative Programs
- Cooking Programs
- Parent/Tot Programs
Adult-Child – Infant and Toddler
These classes are specifically designed to meet the developmental milestones of your infant or toddler. In these classes, parents will play with their child to develop important social, cognitive, and physical skills. Parents will also have a chance to meet others with children in the same age group!
Preschool Children – Ages 2-5
Classes are specifically designed to stimulate imagination, foster social skills and fine tune large motor skills. These classes and programs often include group singing, storytelling and reading, dramatic play, and games. Some classes are parent child.