Most of the people are often surprised to discover that toddlers as young as two are learning how to skate but the basic premise is if they can walk, then they can learn to move on the ice with the correct guidance.
Ice skating lessons for toddlers are a great way for your little ones to develop their motor skills and build confidence in themselves while having fun. So, if you want to share your interest in ice skating with your little one, but you’re not sure where to get started, we are here to help you. Here are list of four places in London when you can bring your toddler and two of them evan give a ice scating lessons.
In Natural History Museum Ice Rink you can dance on ice like Torvill and Dean, or you skate more like Bambi, a visit to the Museum’s Ice Rink is a must this festive season. Experience the thrill of skating surrounded by fairy lights nestled in frost-covered trees, with the smell of mulled wine and toasted marshmallows in the air. Here you can find a Cafe Bar with the breat takong bird’s-eye view of the rink and is open daily until the Ice Rink closes. For the youngest they have number of penguin skate aids, first served basis from the skate hire counter and there are also children’s bob skates and twin-bladed skates.
At the Somerset House main ice rink things can get very busy, but there’s a small, separate training rink available for children. Here they can experience ice skating for the first time with the help of a push-along penguin to keep them steady. There are toilets at the rink, changing rooms, a mandatory cloakroom and a cafe for those who prefer to just soak up the atmosphere. The popular Polar Cub Club for children under 8 offers 30 minute lessons, which appear to be sold out. Here also has, lessons available for over 8s and grown ups who want to improve their skating, either by taking three weekend lessons or single lessons.
Another really cool place for your toddler to learn how to skate is Lee Valley Ice Centre here you can find range of learn to skate courses, public skating sessions and lessons that suit all ages and abilities from toddlers to adults.With international sized ice rink Lee Valley Lions offers fun way fot toddlers to learn new skills. Their lessons are taught by highly qualified coaches, who run a range of courses for all ages from toddlers to adults.
This ice ring is open seven days a week, it’s the perfect place to enjoy one of London’s most loved winter traditions. If you want to eat, drink and shop all in one go, you should go to the Canary Wharf. Stay close to the action at the rink-side bar, or choose from the array of restaurants, bars, and shops surrounding the ice rink. Ice Rink Canary Wharf opens seven days a week from November 2018 through to February 2019.