With March Break right around the corner, there is still time to sign-up for March break camps to keep your kids busy and active.
5 Things your kids can do to stay active and have fun during their March break.
Explore. Take a break from electronics and get your family out to your local (art, history, sport) museum, aquarium or zoo. These local venues have a list of March break activities your kids will love.
Try: Toronto: Toronto Zoo Camp Ripleys Aquarium Vancouver: Van aqua Ottawa: CAS Museum
Sports. Unleash your child’s inner Stephen Curry, Genie Bouchard or Kyle Lowry. Check out your local Parks and Rec to see what March break sports camps are still available. Parks and Rec. camps provide a fun, safe and exciting experience for your kids. From basketball, indoor tennis to indoor soccer, these camps will have your kids using up all the energy they stored up all winter. Try: Burlington/Milton/Oakville: Burlington Youth Soccer Club, YMCA British Columbia: UBC Ottawa: Ottawa Athletic Club
Dance. Hip Hop, Jazz, modern, or just plain moving. Dance camps will ignite your child’s creativity and development. Bonus, they can show off their dance moves in an after dinner show-and-tell.
Try: Calgary: Brite Studios Vancouver: Dance Kids Canada Guelph: Dance Mississauga: Maple Academy
Create. Build sculptures, paint like Picasso or cook like a top chef, these camps are sure to unleash your child’s creativity.
Try: Toronto: Young Peoples Theatre ROM Markham: Home Chef School Vancouver: Arts Umbrella Ottawa: Ottawa Art Gallery
Learn. Learning can be fun! From digital learning, science education to coding. Whatever the interest, these camps will satisfy even the most scholarly kids.
Try: Toronto: Ontario Science Center Vancouver: Ladies Learning Code Ottawa: Future Kids Kitchener: University of Waterloo