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Kids Summer Activities Guide

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Complete Deelite’s customised DIY Cake Kits provide a perfect activity for kids to enjoy at home over the summer.

Inside each kit, children find everything they need to craft showstopping cake creations. There are plenty of design options for cupcakes, cookies and cake pops.

All materials are provided, plus instructions and access to a stepby-step instructional video.

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B&S Art Gallery + Studio’s kids’ summer programme runs from June 1 to August 31 at T Bay, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung.

In addition to 60-minute art classes for kids aged 3 to 5, 6 to 9 and 10 to 14 years, there are art jamming, fashion and digital art workshops. Classes focus on creativity, technical skill and having fun, and all materials are provided.

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From July 12 to 14, FLOUR cake designer and primary school teacher Lan Hee Hong is bringing her popular Baking Science Summer Camp to EpicLand in DB.

Junior bakers (aged 4 and up) bake and decorate delicious desserts and savoury treats to share with their family, and they learn about science through fun experiments at the same time. The threeday camp runs for two hours (am or pm sessions) with an additional two hours free play at EpicLand.

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Caissa Hong Kong Chess Club is running eight five-day summer camps in DB Plaza from June 27 to August 19.

The action-packed three-hour morning sessions are conducted by Caissa’s popular World Chess Federation-licensed chess coaches. Caissa camps are fun and competitive, with a focus on tactics and strategy. Children of all levels, aged 5 years and up can join.

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DMR is running two six-day dance camps for kids aged 6 to 12 years in DB North Plaza.

The July 4 to 9 camp is based on Moana, the July 11 to 16 camp on Encanto! The camps allow dancers to get creative with costume, prop and scenery design, choreography and some acting. There is also a mini-dance camp for dancers, aged 3 to 5, to learn new styles and fun movements, as well as creating artwork based on the theme of the lesson.

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BallroomBees’ week-long Dance and Movement Camps are being held across HK (including in DB) from June 27 to August 27. Kids, aged 1.5 to 12 years, are challenged and stimulated with age-appropriate, high-energy, ballroom-based exercises, dance games and choreography to chart topping hits.

Camps finish with a Dancing with the Stars showcase so parents can see how much their kids have learnt.

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Held in Tung Chung, Dance for Joy’s summer programme comprises fun, energising performing arts classes for kids aged 2 and up. Students learn choreography and technique, while developing their understanding of rhythm, body awareness and self-expression.

Each week, from July 3 to August 27, students learn a new set of dance routines and combinations. All levels are welcome.

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Based out of the Kapuhala gym in DB North Plaza, Kapuhala’s Kids Summer Camp is one of the longest standing co-ed kids’ camps in DB.

Children, aged 6 and up, sign up by the week and the fun fitness activities are held indoors and outdoors. The camps run for two hours a day in the mornings, Monday to Friday, throughout July.

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At The Beat’s Ballroom Dance Introductory Summer Course, kids of all ages learn the basic moves of the Cha Cha, Samba, Rumba and Jive. Classes introduce children to rhythm, partnering, and music and movement.

Kids who are interested in boxing can also head to The Beat to develop basic punching skills, power, speed, agility and coordination.

Classes are held in DB Plaza and DB North Plaza and the timetable is flexible.

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At Yifan Mandarin’s weekly Mandarin-immersion programmes, children learn Mandarin through fun and varied, hands-on activities.

The DB North Plaza summer camps, for kids aged 3.5 to 9 years, run from July 11 to August 19, Monday to Friday, 9.15am to 12.15pm. Week 1 is themed The Ocean, Week 2 The Sky, Week 3 The Human Being and Week 4 School.

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ESF offers a range of full or halfday summer camps across HK, from categories such as sports, language, arts, STEM, workshops and online courses.

Kids from 6 months to 18 years, whether they attend an ESF school or not, are welcome. Full day camps engage children in multi-disciplinary classroom activities in the morning to strengthen language efficiency; and during the afternoon, kids are immersed in a range of sports games.

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Ark Eden’s multi-day Summer Forest Camps bring out the adventurous, curious and compassionate side of children, aged 5 to 11 years.

Running from June 27 to August 26 in the Mui Wo hills, the camps are both fun and educational with different eco-minded activities, like treehouse building, campfire cooking and swimming in waterfalls on offer each day.

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Asia Pacific Adventure’s HK-wide summer programme Camp APA runs from June 20 to August 26.

The themed day and overnight camps include Explorer, Adventurer and Navigator, plus a new Navigator paddlesports camp.

Activities such as kayaking, SUP, snorkelling, coasteering, gorge hikes and cliff/pier jumps give children aged 7 to 15 the opportunity to learn useful life skills, challenge their comfort zone and make new friends.

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Friendly Rides & Guides’ five-day camp offers children of all ages a fun-filled, summer-holiday experience adventuring around HK.

Designed for beginner to intermediate riders, the camp covers all of the fundamental skills for kids to safely progress and have fun on the trails.

Camps run from the end of June into August and are filled with cycling adventures, waterfall exploring and educational activities.

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From June 27 to August 26, Learn With Dragonfly is back with its popular outdoor adventure camps for children aged 7 to 11 years.

Two-day, three-day and five-day options are available in Mui Wo, Cheung Chau and Sai Kung.

Activities include kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, canyoning, coasteering, abseiling, search and rescue, and survival skills.

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