Looking to keep the kids occupied? This list could be exactly what you’re looking for You don’t have any plans for spring break? Not a problem. These spring camps are ideal for keeping your children entertained for the next two weeks. We’ve got you covered whether they’re into sports, art, coding, sustainability, dance, or just
Looking to keep the kids occupied? This list could be exactly what you’re looking for
You don’t have any plans for spring break? Not a problem. These spring camps are ideal for keeping your children entertained for the next two weeks.
We’ve got you covered whether they’re into sports, art, coding, sustainability, dance, or just plain old-fashioned fun.
The following are ten exciting spring break camps in Dubai:
Children can participate in hands-on activities centered on nature, sustainability, and wildlife. Week 1 will look at wildlife, plants, and weather, while Week 2 will focus on sustainability, covering topics such as land, air, water, food, and energy. The spring camp will provide children with the opportunity to learn about the world through play, exploration, games, and crafts.
Dhs990 per week, Dhs220 per day, Ages 4—9 years, Mar28—Apr8, 8.30am—1.30am, Woo-hoo, Al Qouz,
Calling all aspiring secret agents: OliOli has a secret service training camp full of exciting spy activities for kids. It includes missions, immersive activities, and workshops such as disguise creation, evidence gathering, undercover observation, code-breaking, and gadget development. What a blast. Choose between three options: Intel training in the morning, field training in the afternoon, or a combination of the two that lasts all day.
Dhs1,090 per week (9.30am—1.30pm); Dhs790 per week (2—5pm); Dhs1,650 per week (9.30am—5pm), 10% cashback for siblings, Ages 4—6 years and 7—10 years, Mar28-Apr8, OliOli, Al Quoz,
Activitee’s Spring Sports Camp
Activitee’s is a sports-focused camp located in EIS Jumeirah for children aged four to fourteen years. Here, kids can participate in a variety of (as the name implies) active activities such as football tournaments, basketball tournaments, dodgeball challenges, and dance battles. There will also be a variety of art and craft stations where they can unwind between games.
Dhs180 (daily rate), Dhs750 (weekly rate), plus a sibling discount.
is a sports-focused camp located in EIS Jumeirah for children aged four to fourteen years. Here, kids can participate in a variety of (as the name implies) active activities such as football tournaments, basketball tournaments, dodgeball challenges, and dance battles. There will also be a variety of art and craft stations where they can unwind between games.
Dhs180 (daily rate), Dhs750 (weekly rate), plus a sibling discount.
Daily, 9 am-2 pm, Mon Mar 28 – Fri Apr 8. EIS Jumeirah Al Thanya St – Umm Al Sheif. Four to 14 years.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 052 135 5381
Redwood Nursery is hosting a Montessori Farmtastic spring camp to help children connect with nature. What a lovely idea. The fun activities at Redwood Nursery will teach them about planting trees, milking cows, driving tractors, egg hunts, music, and yoga. The spring camp will be held at their Garhoud, Palm, and Jumeirah Park branches.
From Dhs683 per week, 8am—1pm, 8am—3pm, 8am—5pm, Mar 28—Apr 8, Up to 4 years, Redwood Montessori Nursery, Palm, Garhoud, Jumeirah Park,
Alliance Française Dubai
The Alliance Française is hosting a spring camp for young French speakers to keep kids engaged and learning over spring break. Whether your children are native speakers or are still learning, this is an excellent place for them to improve their language skills through play and activities. Cultural and artistic activities such as games, dance crafts, and educational workshops will be included in this camp.
Dhs1200 per week, Ages 5—7 years, and 8—11 years, Mar28—Apr1, Apr4—8, 9am—3pm, Alliance Française, Oud Metha, afdubai.org/kids-activities (04 335 8712)
If you have a storyteller or a natural born actor in your house, the Courtyard Playhouse Storytellers or Junior Actors camp, could be the perfect spring camp. At the storytellers workshop, kids can explore the imaginative world of picture books by Julia Donaldson. At the acting workshop, your children will be guided by talented instructors to develop their skills like stage presence and teamwork. You’ll even get to see your little one take to the stage in a show at the end of camp.
Dhs1,215 per week, Ages 4—7 years and 8—11 years, Mar28—Apr1, Apr4—8, 9am—12noon, 1pm—4pm, Courtyard Playhouse, Al Quoz, courtyardplayhouse.com/workshops (050 986 1760)
If you attend Parkour DXB’s spring camp, you will spend the entire week jumping, balancing, vaulting, swinging, climbing, rolling, and rotating. The children will expend a lot of energy as they run, jump, and play games. Each day at the camp lasts three hours, and the coaching ratios are limited to no more than eight students per coach.
Dhs990 per week (9am—12noon), Dhs891 per week (1pm—4pm), Ages 5—13 years, Mar 28—Apr 1, Apr 4—8, 5% discount for siblings, Parkour DXB, Al Quoz and Port Rashid, parkour.ae/kids-parkour-spring-camp/ (800 727 5687)
Children enjoy painting and drawing. If your child is artistic, Odyssey Nursery’s spring break camp may be right up their alley. Children will be encouraged to express themselves through art at this spring camp. It will include activities such as drawing, painting, music, building sculptures, designing, and photography to help them confidently explore their creativity. Not only will they have a good time, but you’ll also get some masterpieces for the fridge.
From Dhs683 per week, 8am—1pm, 8am—3pm, 8am—5pm, Mar28—Apr8, Up to 6 years in Burj, Up to 4 years in Umm Suqeim and Living Legends, Odessey Nursery, odysseynursery.com, (04 338 4243)
For kids with an interest in science and robots, the Fun Robotics’ spring camp could be just the ticket. During camp, the kids will explore robotics, coding and learn about artificial intelligence. Great for kids into coding.
Mar27—31, Apr3—7, various timings, Age 7 onwards, Fun Robotics, Sheikh Zayed Rd, Al Wasl, fun-robotics.com/camps (055 594 5149)
If we could spend our vacation doing anything, it would be bouncing and freestyling in a trampoline room. It’s so much fun. Children can stay active and improve their freestyle skills by learning cool tricks in a controlled and safe environment. The spring holiday camp features dedicated hosts, games, parkour training, and lunch.
Dhs190 per day. Dhs750 per week, 10% discount for siblings, Mar28—Apr8, Mon—Fri, 9am—2pm at Festival City, 8am—1pm at Al Quoz, Bounce, bounce.ae/holiday-camp
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