Spring Break is here! Looking for some last-minute coverage? Some of these camps offer one-day drop-in rates for the ultimate flexibility!
Aviation Camp, San Carlos – Spring Break Camps for Elementary and Middle School Students, starts in April.
Launch a mission to the cutting edge of aviation! Investigate the fastest, highest and biggest things in aerospace using realistic flight simulation, exploration of real aircraft, model aircraft construction and more
Art-Smart Studio Art, Drama, and Lego Engineering, Foster City – Spring Break Camps weeks, starts in April.
Activities include creative arts, drawing and painting, crafts and activities, outdoor active playtime, science and technology. Your child will thoroughly enjoy being creative by learning Canvas Painting, Quilling, Foam Board Craft, Wood Painting, Cloth Painting, Cartoon Story Making and much more. Teacher Shilpa has been teaching Art to kids for over 10 years.
Legarza Basketball Camp, Belmont – Spring Break Camps starting in April.
Campers work hard and feel good about themselves in a safe, disciplined, highly structured and motivating environment of learning and fun. Legarza places the child and his or her personal development ahead of the game. Positive encouragement and measured improvement in the fundamental skills are trademarks of their camp, as well as players learning to work together in a team setting while playing games and tournaments.
BrainVyne Lego Camps Multiple Peninsula locations (Palo Alto, Menlo Park) in April.
Create battery-powered LEGO® creations within a variety of themes – Space, Vehicles, Pokemon, Animals and Cities. Experiment with gears and wheels to create movement. Through hands-on building, students will learn how form and function come together in a great design.
It’s Yoga Kids Spring Break Camp
Spend time in practice, reflection and creative expression – inspiring self-connection and building friendships and community. Yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation and relaxation practices will flow alongside discussion, art projects and group games as we explore the many ways “yoga” can show up in our daily lives.