Skeebop's Camp Picks for Spring Break

Whether your kids have one week or two weeks off this Spring Break, there is something fun and enriching for them to do.  It's a great time to build something, bake something, sew something, pretend something, or play something.

Taste Buds Kitchen

ATWC_1From week-long camps to single-day adventures, Taste Buds Kitchen has camp perfect for budding chefs of all ages.  Check out their Cooking Show Favorites Camp and  Around the World Camp.  For most sessions, there are two age groups, Ages 4-8 and Ages 9-13.  View more Taste Buds Kitchen camps, here.

 

 

 

Children's Museum of the Arts

CMA’s Art Colony allows students to immerse themselves in innovative arts courses taught by professional teaching artists. Classes run from 10 AM-4 PM, with supervised play from 9-10 AM and 4-5 PM included.  Explore the wide variety of class offerings for ages 6-12.

Experimental Animation  -In this class students will learn the basics of Animation through the use of multiple mediums. These will be exploratory and will include sand, clay, cut-out paper, found objects and more!

Printmaking -Learn the fundamentals of the art of the print! Young artists will explore a variety of printmaking techniques like block printing, monotypes, and silkscreen.

 

The Performing Arts Academy @ Count Basie Theatre 

theatre_3This academy is chock full of creative classes for kids but this Spring Break, it's practically 24/7.  The Count Basie Theater offers classes in theater, vocals and dance.

 

 

Dance Adventures - an opportunity for young dance enthusiasts to use their creative imaginations to explore the wonders of music and movement. Each day will offer different activities.

Spring onto Stage - Each day offers a variety of activities, theater games, songs, and crafts all focused on a different theme. For an extended activity day student can bring their lunch and then stay for the following hour and a half session.

 

Spring Break Camp @ Guggenheim Museum

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Photo: Carolyn Keogh

This five-day creative camp will spark your child’s imagination and foster his or her critical-thinking skills while exploring the museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and special exhibition.

Led by museum educators, each session includes guided gallery explorations followed by hands-on workshops where participants create their own works of art.

 

 

Mini Fashion Camp for Kids

MCFK_2This camp is an aspiring designers dream come true.  This week long fashion and design camp is the perfect way for your fashionista to spend their days off over the Spring Break holiday.

Campers will learn to sew using a real sewing machine to design and create wearable clothing and accessories over a 5 or 10 day period

9am-5pm Day or Week sessions with early drop off and late pick up available.  Ages 6-12 years.

 

 

Construction Kid's Winter Break Program

CKWBP_2Calling all cook kids! ConstructionKids is offering 3 camps this Spring break, including a DIY Skateboard building program. Choose a camp that is a week long or a camp that has daily session.   Whatever you choose, your kid will leave with a cherished project.

Skateboard Building Camp. Children build their own Skateboards from scratch!  Ages 4-8.

Spring Break Program @AltSchool.  Build projects large and small.  Register for the week or daily.

 

TADA! Spring Break Camps

TYC_4Create and perform an original mini-musical...in just four days! Campers write, rehearse and perform a completely unique mini-musical.  Ages 6-11 years.

March Madness Camp - March 21-24. Ages 6-11.

Spring Into Action Camp - March 28-31.  Ages 6-11

 

 

 

Super Soccer Star's Camps

SSSS_4This Spring Break, Super Soccer Stars is offering 4 sessions of camp options for kids of all ages, all throughout the region, so they are sure to have something for you!  Take a peak.

Fun in the Sun: Monday – Friday, March 21st – 25th   Ages 2.5 - 5 yrs

Jr. Kick It: Monday - Friday, March 21st - 25th.  Ages 3-5 yrs

Kick It: Monday - Friday, March 28th - April 1st.  Ages 6-12 yrs

 

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