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Camp session: Animals - MULTIACTIVITY (Toronto Kidz)
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Toronto Kidz

Animals - MULTIACTIVITY

Toronto Kidz  []


WEEKLY THEME: Animals 

We'll discover the different types of animals and their habitat. We'll learn about nature and our environment. Do you know which animals live in Toronto? Let's find out more!

FIELD TRIP: Toronto Zoo

SPECIAL: $252 per week if you book more than 1 week, sign up siblings or bring a friend. 

TIMES: The regular program is from  9 am till 4:30 pm with the possibility of early drop-offs starting at 8 am and after-care till 5:30 pm for an extra $10 per day.

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Session Details:
Type:
Day Camp
Specialization:
Traditional (multi activity)
Age (Gender):
5 - 10 (Coed)
Capacity:
42
Special needs support:
Yes
A few of our campers have special needs

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Session Dates & Locations:

LocationDateCost
High Park, ON
151 Glenlake Ave, Toronto
Jul 06-10, 2020 $252 - $280/week

Special Needs Support: (Not all campers have special needs)

Mild Support       Specialized programming

ADD/ADHD
Cancer
Diabetes
Dyslexia
Intellectual disability
Physical Disability
Mild Support       Specialized programming


Activities:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Arts & Crafts
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive




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