Registration Information

Signing up after classes have started?  Pro rated terms apply.
All classes beginning March 29th or later will meet outside. 
Parent participation is required for all 2 year old classes. 
 
 

No Classes April 5-9th

Go Kids Weekly Classes

In-person Programming

Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in Clifton Park

Collins Park on Moe Rd

Clifton Park

Tuesdays and Fridays in Saratoga

175 5th Ave

Saratoga Springs

**New for 2020-21**

New for 2020-21, the Go Kids Little Explorer program is a mix of traditional Go Kids activities with new winter weather activities as well.  Throughout the program, children will be exploring the park while learning to be active, stay safe and have fun with their friends becoming “Little Explorers.” Children should be prepared to be outside for the duration of class time. We ask that children bring a small backpack and water bottle that they will be responsible for carrying throughout the park. Please note: This is a drop off program.  Parent participation is not permitted.

Little Explorers Fridays in Saratoga

Saratoga State Park

Backyard PE 

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Now booking April classes

Contact Emmie for more information emmie.doin@123gokids.com

Homeschooling or virtual schooling this year?  We will bring PE class to you! 

Contact Emmie at emmie.doin@123gokids.com to learn more and book your class

Remote Programming

Lego Club

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Each week participants will receive an email with the challenge of the week.  They have the entire week to build and complete the challenge.  Every week we will host a virtual Show and Tell on Zoom to learn more about everyone's project and share ideas. 

Will return in Fall 2021

Movement Mondays

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Join us for our newest virtual program, Movement Mondays! This class combines music, movement, dance and of course imagination.  With a different theme each week, kids will strengthen their brain-body connection using dance, music, and story telling. Each class will start with a fun and song-filled warm-up that targets different parts of the body. Then participants will explore the four concepts of dance-space, time, effort, and body-through use of their imagination and different movements!