• For children ages 24 - 35 months (Toddlers)
  • For children ages 3 - 5. (Preschool) Children 3 years and older must be potty-trained.


Qualified teachers lead 2-, 3-, 4-, or 5-year-old children in activities that will help prepare them for their school years. Your child will learn to write, count, sit and listen, develop healthy eating habits, follow directions, interact with other children, recognize and express feelings, and use words to solve conflict. They will also make friends and have fun as they sing songs, participate in arts and crafts, nature studies and much more.

Trained YMCA staff emulate healthy behavior and provide responsible and secure supervision at all times. Children 3 and older will swim once a week for each session. See the growth in your child in one short summer as they encounter new people and experiences with the YMCA! Variable schedules offered, including 2-, 3-, or 5-day options. Sign up on a week-by-week basis. A minimum of 6 participants are needed for a class to run.


YMCA in Woodbury
2175 Radio Dr.
Woodbury, MN 55125


Dates & Hours

June 13 – August 26

No Program offered July 4-8 and August 29 – September 2

Program Hours: 9:15 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.


For children 24 – 35 months (Toddlers)

  • 2 days/week: $92 (T & TH)

For children 3-5 years (Preschool). Children 3 years and older must be potty-trained

  • 5 days/week: $192 (M – F)
  • 3 days/week: $126 (MWF)
  • 2 days/week: $92 (T/TH)

There is a one-time non-refundable registration fee of $50.

Extended Care

Extended Care is available for an additional fee. Please contact the program Site Director at 651-739-6596, if you have questions about extended care options.

Extended Care Hours:

8:15 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.
2:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Weekly Field Trips

Children ages 3, 4, 5 years attending the 3-day option or 5-day option will take a field trip every Wednesday to YMCA Camp Kumalya located within Lake Elmo Park Reserve. Fun camp activities will include: discovering nature, arts & crafts, participating in camp games and songs and eating snack under the pavilion.