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Holiday survival guide: Cool camps for kids

School holidays are an important time for children to rest and recharge – but that doesn’t mean the little people can’t have any fun. There is an abundance of holiday camps in Hong Kong for the kiddos to enjoy. Here’s a selection.

holiday camps: Budding actors will enjoy putting on a performance
Budding actors will enjoy putting on a performance

Rumple and Friends

Children’s entertainers Rumple and Friends provide budding performers with the opportunity to put on a fantastic and hilarious production with their holiday camps. Kids will get to perform or learn about stagecraft through the costumes, props, music, lights, and set.

English Schools Foundation

The English Schools Foundation draws on its considerable resources to offer a wide variety of camps to suit whatever your child’s interests are. Ranging from multi-sports camps to beginners coding classes to drama classes there is something for everyone. The Winter Sports Camps deliver a fun-filled week of multi sports activities, allowing participants to learn new sports skills or brush up on existing ones. Camps are based on age, with sessions for 2 to 4-year-olds and 5 to 10-year-olds. The Winter Language & Learning Camps are open to students from any school and include English and Spanish lessons, arts, maths and drama classes. Various dates and locations.

Kids’ Gallery

This is a perfect option for all those with budding Picassos or little drama queens on hand at home. Kids’ Gallery aims to create awareness and interest in the arts of children of all ages through a wide range of enrichment programs. With a choice of locations and camps with themes such as Frozen Fever, Peppa Pig’s Winter Celebration, and Star Wars Snowtime, there really is bound to be something for everyone.

Mandarin 4 Munchkins

Give your child the chance to brush up on their Mandarin in a relaxed and fun environment in a Mandarin 4 Munchkins camp. With locations in Central, and Discovery Bay, camp sizes are kept to four to eight children in size to guarantee your child gets an immersive experience. Camps include a half day option and a mini camp for two to four-year-olds. The Mandarin Chef camps are aimed at three to eight-year-olds and see participants whipping up a Mandarin meal while practising their language skills. Big kids aren’t being left out either over the holidays, with teen camps.

YWCA International Kids Clubs

The YWCA is another organisation offering multiple activity camps – particularly handy when you have a family of children with differing ages and interests. Their International Kids Clubs have an emphasis on international, multicultural and fun activities for two to 10-year-olds. Their holiday camps can include ice skating, calligraphy, art and soccer sessions.

First Code Academy

First Code Academy is dedicated to empowering children to learn to become creators with technology through teaching coding so kids are not just playing on their phones, they can actual program them! They have school holiday camps for kids which will allow them to create their own game, mobile app, website and hardware projects. Courses are available for kids aged from four to 18 years.

Active Kids

Active Kids aims to provide fun and stimulating educational programs. They are hold a number of different school holiday camps catering for kids aged from three to 17 years. Camps include chess, cooking, arts and crafts, fashion design, and coding.

HK Kidz

There’s plenty of research that shows the benefits for young children of learning a language. Why not make the experience fun for your little ones with one of the activity-packed language holiday camps offered by HK Kidz? Camps in French, English, German, Spanish and Mandarin see little ones taken on a real-life adventure around the world, with culture and enrichment programs in creative arts, drama, music, science, cooking and more. Flexible schedules are offered. Aimed from one-and-a-half years to 12 years.

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