Spring Break starts in 3, 2, 1 … If you’re scrambling to make plans for the kids, here are a few camp options that have spaces available and cover most interests whether you have outdoor kids, indoor kids, Lego builder kids or artsy kids!
For the kid who loves to play – The World of Kidtropolis
Hands-on exploratory activities such as: science experiments, creative art projects and designing life-sized games.Imaginative play: plenty of time for the kids to play and learn in the 17,000 sq foot Kidtropolis pretend city. Still available for registration, especially for week 2. Ages 5 – 12.
For the young artist – Arts Umbrella
Arts Umbrella has week-long camps and programs let students get creative in the arts. There is still space left in the following classes: Theatre, Visual Arts, Drawing & Painting, Media Arts (includes Animation & Computer Arts), Visual Arts & Dance. Age groups with space are for age 6 and up, with more options for the older kids. Offered at Granville Island and Surrey locations.
For the cyclist or the biker wannabee – Pedalheads
Pedalheads Bike Camps are a week-long bike safety and skills program for kids ages 2-12. Small class sizes. Levels ranging from training wheels to advanced road rides and trails. Ages: 2 – 12. Half day and full day camp options still available at various locations around Metro Vancouver.
>> We were on CTV talking about Last Minute Spring Break Camps! Check it!
For the Lego lover – Bricks4Kidz
Learn STEM skills while exploring through Lego at Bricks4kidz. Space still available in camps with a variety of themes. Examples include Super Heroes, Space Adventures, Mining & Crafting, Junior Coding, Angry Birds, Robotics, Stop Motion plus lots more. Locations: Coquitlam, Richmond, Vancouver, North Vancouver. Age 5 – 12
For the snow lover – Grouse Mountain Adventure Camps
Can you say snow day? Or snow week? It’s GLORIOUS in the mountains right now, so why sign the kids up for an active snowy Spring Break Camp on Grouse Mountain? They have day and week-long camps for ages 5-7s and 8-12s and 12-14s.
Harriet Fancott is the Editor and Social Media Manager for Vancouver Mom. She has over 20 years experience in the arts, tech and mom-based blogging arenas. She lives in East Vancouver with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring all that Vancouver has to offer from festivals and events to playgrounds and beaches to sushi and ice cream (although not together).