Activities in Middle Georgia for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Probably the most frequent question I get asked is, “What is there to do in Middle Georgia for Toddlers and Preschoolers?” So, with the help of my readers, I have come up with a list of scheduled, organized activities for both ages. In addition to these, there are many parks and free museums that kids can wander around and just enjoy any time.
- On the fourth Friday of the month, Go Fish offers Toad-ally Toddler – a class designed for 1 – 4 year olds. Topics vary, and they may have story times, animal encounters, crafts, and many other activities.
- The library is a great place to have fun! Kids can check out books, attend Story Time, and play on the computers. Here are the links to several libraries in our area.
- Monkey Joe’s Bounce House offers discounted admission for preschoolers (4yo and younger) every Tuesday – $4.
Museum of Arts and Sciences
- On the first Tuesday of each month, the Museum of Arts and Sciences offers Polar Bear Den – an art and story class for 2 – 5 year olds. Admission for kids is only $5 and one adult is free.
My First Music Discovery Class
- Kids love music, and My First Discovery Class gives them and their parents an opportunity to experience it together. Located in Warner Robins and Macon.
- I am pretty sure all toddlers and preschoolers need a way to get rid of energy, and Sportz Quest offers just that! They offer activities during the day and evening for kids 2 years old and up. The classes are drop-off or parent-involved and some are weekly or monthly.
I would love feedback on these activities – good/bad, best age for participation, cost, etc.