Reading Time: 4 minutes

As the summer sets in, parents start looking for workshops and activities to keep their kids busy. If you are a parent and are looking for some out-of-home activities for your kids, then a Summer Workshop would be an ideal choice for you!

Summer workshops are available for all age groups and are not limited to the sleep-away camps as are available for the elder kids. Summer workshop can be a great way to prep your kid for the regular school activities that he/she would be starting soon. 

It can be a daunting task to choose the right program for your child but don’t worry! Below are some guidelines to help you and make it easier to choose the right summer workshop. 

Make sure the summer workshop is the right age-group

Summer workshops can help your child make friends.

For a preschooler, the summer workshop is part of the learning process. It is essential that fun should be the main focus with free play being encouraged, above all. The competition should be kept minimum maintaining all the projects and games for the age group of 3-6 years. More importantly, the toys and other equipment should be safe, clean and appropriate for the kids. 

Ensure the format and duration of the summer workshop

It is important for kids have ample time to rest to be ready for summer workshops.

It does not matter how active your kid is, a full day summer workshop can be tiring for them. For a full-day workshop, it is important to check if there is a rest time in some form—a nap time or a movie time. Most full-day workshops include lunch in the program itself. 

Consider the location and transportation facility available while making the choice

Location and accessibility can be key factors when enrolling in summer workshops.

While sending your kid to the summer workshop for the first time, it gives assurance if it is near to your home. This would give assurance to you but to your child too. In case of any emergency, you can quickly reach and be with your kid. Do check and ensure if the program venue offers transportation or you need to pick and drop your kid to the facility.

Check if it is a general or a specialty workshop

Art is an example of a specialty workshop.

Ordinarily, a general workshop would offer a range of activities which would include games, music, dance, sports, and arts. While a specialty workshop would focus on just one specific activity. Choosing which kind of workshop to go for would largely depend on the personality and focus of your kid. Please note that the length of the program would also affect the choice of the program. If your child gets bored easily, then you may want to check if the specialty program offers a break in the form of other activities to keep the group engaged. 

Cost and inclusion of the workshop fees

It is important to know the cost and inclusions of the summer workshop.

It is important to know and understand the inclusions and costs of the workshop. You might want to check if the fees include transportation service charges. Or if the meals are included in the fees. You may also want to know about the refund structure and condition in case your kid gets sick and couldn’t attend the workshop. It is important to know the details of such questions. 

Ensure your kid is ready for the summer workshop 

Before making the final choice and paying the fees, you might want to ensure that your kid is ready for such workshops. Is he ready to be away from you and home for such a long duration? Can he follow instructions? As a parent, you may have concerns. But we can guarantee you, with LLA’s Summer Workshops, your kids will have the best time this summer!


Learning Links promotes meaningful education and personal growth to help find what students really want for their careers and lives!
Click on the button below to find out how we make great education possible.

Sign up to our newsletter!

Receive the latest announcements about offers, school events, and blogs when they go out!

* indicates required
Categories: Blog

1 Comment

Should Your Kids Help Decide Which Summer Workshops They Attend? · March 9, 2020 at 10:32 am

[…] This is a prevalent scenario among most of you as parents when summer is around the corner. You all are worried and confused about the most appropriate choice of a summer workshop for your kids. You can’t afford to take a bad move and spoil your dear ones the most enjoyable period of their school life. Well, you are not alone. We have an appropriate answer for your concerning queries. Allow your kids to be the umpire of summer workshop decision making. […]

Comments are closed.