San Francisco just got even more fun, because we’ve added five totally new ways to play in your city! Now your little can go for a zoo walk, kick it at a soccer class, learn Spanish while singing, and so much more! Check out all of the new ways you and your kids can play in San Francisco below.
San Francisco Zoo
Sunset / 1 – 5 years old
Introduce your young learners to the wonders of the animal kingdom through imaginative play, songs, crafts, animal encounters, and zoo walks! The zoo’s Early Childhood Programs are designed to support cognitive, social, and creative growth through purposeful, developmentally appropriate activities.
Museum of 3D Illusions
North Beach / 0 – 12 years old
Let your kids’ imaginations run wild at this super cool museum filled with one of a kind interactive art exhibits that make for a photo opportunity unlike any other. Become a professional surfer, survive a lava eruption through the hilly streets of the bay area, skydive from great heights, and hang from the side of one of this city’s colossal skyscrapers!
Little Gym of Evergreen
San Jose / 4 months – 5 years old
This gym offers unique programs that revolve around active play, while also complementing and enhancing the traditional school experience – even before kids are school age! They give children a safe and inspiring space to direct their energy, build confidence, and develop key skills.
Super Soccer Stars
Haight / Mission Bay / Pacific Heights / Palo Alto / Sunset / 2 – 7 years old
Set in a fun, non-competitive environment, this program offers age-specific programs to introduce little athletes to the fundamentals of soccer. Their dynamic coaching staff, consisting of early childhood education and soccer specialists, utilize a unique curriculum crafted to improve soccer skills, build self-confidence, and develop socialization skills.
San Rafael / 3 months – 5 years old
Expose your kids to a second language at one of Cucu’s active and educational music and story time classes in Spanish. They also offer open play in a Montessori inspired playroom with low, open shelves. Children will have access to educational, sustainable toys, not within a structured activity, but as a time for them to just play, using their creativity and imagination.
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