It is hard to believe but spring break is right around the corner and it’s time for you to start thinking about getting your little ones enrolled in a camp, if you don’t want them sitting at home or stuck in a daycare. Lucky for you, there are some exciting camps spread throughout the city this year with enough variety to suit any child’s unique interests. Here is a short list of some fan favorites.
Keep kids active and off the couch during spring break with a full or half-day of fun at Arena Sports. This spring break camp runs from April 8-12, 2019 and caters to kids ages 3-12 years. Kids will love the variety of activities offered including soccer, dodge ball, swimming, and the Inflatable Fun Zone. Parents will love the flexible scheduling options and reasonable pricing. There’s no better way to get kids moving during Spring Break than with fun adventures at Arena Sports.
SANCA Circus Camp
Let your child explore the world of circus arts with a week of excitement at SANCA Circus Camp. This five-day camp runs from April 8-12, 2019 and has options for kids ages 6-17. Kids will engage in a wide range of activities including acrobatics, tumbling, ring passing, trapeze, and aerial arts…all in a safe, nurturing environment. At the end of the five-day session, children will demonstrate their newly acquired skills during a group performance for family and friends. There is an Early Bird discount offered and spots fill up quickly, so enroll early to avoid a wait list.
Pacific Science Center Camp
If your child is a budding meteorologist or has a passion for chemistry, you will want to continue fostering that love of learning during spring break, consider sending them to the Pacific Science Center Camp during the week of April 8-12, 2019. With three convenient locations in Seattle, Bellevue and Medina hosting camp activities, giving children a chance to discover science through a variety of experiments and adventures has never been easier. The camp serves children in grades K-5, with each grade engaging in fun, age-appropriate tasks which are carefully monitored by highly-qualified instructors.
SIFF Filmmaking Camp
Allow your artist-in-the-making a chance to develop their filmmaking skills during a week-long camp at the Rainier Arts Center in Columbia City. One of the perks of living in Seattle is that the area has a rich history in the entertainment industry. This camp is a chance for kids ages 9-12 to learn more about how films are made through small group activities led by experienced instructors. At the end of camp, which is held from April 8-12, 2019, participants will be able to demonstrate their work during a screening with family and friends.