TODDLER games, sports, eco-superheroes, movie-making, animal interactions and coastal walks are planned for the City of Wanneroo’s spring school holiday program.
The program will include Fun n Games for Tots at Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex, where children aged two to four will be introduced to different sports.
Also at Kingsway, sports stars of the future aged five to 12 can enjoy a full day of drills, games and challenges, including soccer, netball, basketball, tennis and AFL camps.
In the Eco Superheroes sessions at Wanneroo, Girrawheen, Clarkson and Yanchep/Two Rocks libraries, seven to 11-year-olds can make eco-friendly superhero costumes from recycled junk and learn about protecting the environment.
Young movie makers aged eight and older can learn Lego Stop Motion at Yanchep/Two Rocks Library.
Children aged nine to 14 can meet creatures at Landsdale Farm School, go on a hunt for the gnomes and take a selfie with a favourite animal.
Those aged nine to 16 can join a coastal walk in Quinns Rocks, learn what it means to be a surf lifesaver and how to become part of a club.
Many of the City’s school holiday programs are free, while others are provided at a minimal cost.
Visit wanneroo.wa.gov.au/youthschoolholidays to book.