Art, Mandarin, Sport or the Great Outdoors? Time to enrol your kids in an Easter Camp!
Ark Eden: April 15-26
Ark Eden Foundation believes in play, exploration and learning in its camps. Rain or shine, campers, aged five to 11, spend their days in the foothills of Mui Wo finding hidden treasures, cooking tribal feasts, creating earthy art and so much more.
Email [email protected], or check out www.arkedenonlantau.org.
Bayview House of Children: April 15-26
Bayview House of Children provides two weeks of Easter fun for children, aged three to six, in DB North Plaza. The creative programme, held in the mornings, includes arts and crafts, musical movement, gardening, science and cookery. At the afternoon multi-sport programme, kids learn various sports and play fun, physical games. Enrol for three hours drop-off, mornings or full days.
Email [email protected], or check out www.bayview.hk. Call, 6114 2436.
Dr Bear Education Centre: April 15-18, April 23-26
Dr Bear’s Easter Mandarin Camp in DB offers children a creative, motivating and cheerful environment to help language development. The intensive two-week course focuses on various activities, including singing, dancing, storytelling and playing games, to develop children’s collaboration ability, social skills and aesthetic sentiment. Kids aged two to five years old attend the morning class, five- to eight-year-olds in the afternoon.
Email [email protected], or check out www.facebook.com/drbearschool/. WhatsApp, 6762 6264.
HK Dragons: April 15-18, April 23-26
HK Dragons is offering Easter football camps in DB, Stanley and Pui O for kids, aged three and above, of all abilities. Children learn teamwork, fair play and a competitive spirit in a fun and safe environment. Professional coaching from UEFA/ FA qualified coaches ensures an improvement in skills, match awareness and fitness.
Email [email protected], or check out www.dragons.hk. Call, 5322 5556.
Mandarin for Munchkins: April 15-26
Mandarin for Munchkins is combining science, drama and Mandarin in its Easter camps for kids aged three and up. The morning and afternoon sessions, held in DB, get children learning through activities and speaking Mandarin out loud. By using their bodies and hands, children speak and act and learn in a fun way.
Email [email protected], or check out www.mandarinformunchkins.com. Call, 2486 9012.
Treasure Island: April 15-19, April 22-26
Children, aged eight to 15, can enjoy a week’s worth of adventure at a Treasure Island (TIG) Spring Adventure Camp. Activities include kayaking, gorging, raft building and hiking. Different activities are on offer every day, across Lantau, with overnight camping at TIG’s private campsite.
Email [email protected], or check out www.treasureislandhk.com. Call, 2546 3543.
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