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Winter break camps and programs for kids

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Our Kids' Toronto Camp Expo

Sunday, Feb 26, 2017 • Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto • 12:00 – 4:00pm


  • Meet with 60+ after-school, March break, summer, day, overnight camps & programs
  • Choose from arts, sports, education, special needs or an all around traditional experience
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(Regular at-door admission $10 per group of 4)

Sunday, February 26, 2017 • Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto • 12:00 – 4:00pm

Looking for a camp for your child over the winter or holiday break? Luckily, in Canada, there are many options to choose from, including in Toronto, Mississauga, Calgary, and Vancouver. These camps offer full- and half-day programs. Many also offer extended childcare hours which cover the full work day.

What kinds of programs do these camps offer?

Winter break camps, like other winter camps, offer a wide range of programs for your child. This includes winter and full-year activities, which take place indoors and outdoors. And they’re offered for children of many different ages, ranging from toddlers to 17 year-olds.

For instance, these camps offer sports programs, such as hockey, skiing, gymnastics, and martial arts. And they offer arts and educational programs, like dance (including ballroom, hip hop, ballet, breakdancing, and jazz), music, debate, and engineering.

What are the benefits of these camps?

A winter break camp can be a great option for your child. It can be a great way to spend the December winter break, or at least part of it. These camps offer exciting and engaging programming for child during their extended break from school. They also offer you some flexibility: if you have to work during the winter break, you can be sure your child will be in great hands, and have lots of fun.

Winter break camps, depending on the type of camp, can also have lots of other benefits for your child. These include

  • Improved fitness
  • Improved skill level
  • A great social experience
  • A safe and closely supervised environment
  • The opportunity to pursue an interest or passion
  • The chance to take on a leadership role

Below, find a list of winter break camps. Click on a camp to learn about its programming, session dates, scheduling, costs, and other details. Act fast, though, since spots fill up quickly.

 


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