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2019 Easter Camps And Classes For Kids

Easter Camps 2019
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Get planning for the Easter break and make sure your child doesn’t miss out!

If you’re staying in town for the holidays, you’re probably looking for ways to stop the kids getting bored. Fear not, we’ve rounded up this selection of the best Easter camps and classes happening across Hong Kong. With everything from sports activities to art classes, and cooking to immersive language on offer – we guarantee there’s something to suit all ages and interests.

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Language and Learn
Technology and Coding

Creativity and Performing Arts

Faust Easter camp 2019

Faust

Get your drama queens (and kings!) moving at Faust’s Easter camps! Young actors will have no time for boredom here; self-respect and respect for others are enforced while kids learn the importance of trust, taking risks, and working together as a team. Its two camp options, Easter Theatre and Creative Writing Programme, are designed to ignite creative minds and unleash their writing skills. In the Easter Theatre course, Faust’s experienced drama leaders will guide budding actors through different themed stories from the sea, before sharing with family members what they’ve learned during the open session at the end of the week. If you’ve got a miniature Shakespeare on your hands, he or she will love Faust’s Creative Writing Programme. In a fun, interactive environment, young writers will pen stories based on their own experiences and imagination, while learning different writing techniques. Over the course of the week, children will build up their portfolio of work ready to share with parents. We can only guess what these little minds will come up with!

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When:
Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18, April, or Tuesday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April (Easter Theatre: 10am to 12.30pm or 2pm to 4.30pm; Creative Writing: 10am to 12pm, or 2pm to 4pm)
Where: The Faust Studio, 5th Floor, Nan Dao Commercial Building, 359 & 361 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Age: Easter Theatre Workshops: ages 4 to 12; Creative Writing Workshops: ages 6 to 13
How much: $2,400 per child
Contact: Enrol today, or visit Faust to learn more, 2547 9114, [email protected]www.faustworld.com

Maggie & Rose Easter camp 2019

Maggie & Rose

If your little one loves helping out and having fun in the kitchen, Maggie & Rose Easter camps are a match made in (baking) heaven! With cooking, art and music, kids will love rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck in (literally!) making special treats to celebrate the season. During the three-hour drop-off camps, your little master chefs can try their hand at making egg-cellent snacks like a hot cross bun pudding, bunny biscuits and more. Plus, their day will be jam-packed with other fun activities like the Drip Drip Drop April Showers messy art (a masterpiece of paint!). With two locations to choose from, Causeway Bay (classes and camps open to all, members and non-members) and Repulse Bay (camps only open to non-members) children will develop and gain new skills through positive and supportive relationships, set within the nurturing home-away-from-home environment. Making memories is important to Maggie & Rose, and what better way than by inspiring creativity, engaging little imaginations and developing life skills as kids learn through play. Finally, what Easter camp would be complete without an egg hunt! This one is eggs-tra special – will your little one find the Golden Egg?

When: Monday, 15 April to Friday, 19 April (10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm)
Where: Maggie & Rose, 301 The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong; Maggie & Rose, 308 & 311 Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Age: 4 to 8 years
How much: $600 (members), $850 (non-members)
Contact: 2638 7191 (Repulse Bay), 2337 7571 (Causeway Bay)[email protected]www.hk.maggieandrose.com

Banana Art Club

Name any art or craft, and there’s a huge chance that Banana Art Club offers what you’re looking for this Easter. From sewing and making slime, to painting and cartoon creating, it has it all. Everybody will find something interesting, the most difficult part will be choosing which activity to start with!

When: Monday, 25 March, to Friday, 17 May 2019 (Causeway Bay), or Tuesday, 16, Wednesday, 17, Tuesday, 23, or Thursday, 25 April 2019 (Discovery Bay)
Where: Causeway Bay Center, Flat 49, 14/F, Eton Tower, 8 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong; Discovery College, 38 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Age: 4 to 16 years
How much: $398 for 2 hours or $590 for 3 hours in Causeway Bay; $1,760 for 4 days in Discovery Bay, book your place here
Contact: 6020 5476, [email protected]www.bananaartclub.com

Rumple & Friends

Ahoy there, little mateys! At Rumple & Friends, your wee ones will embark on a week-long “trip” to Easter Island where the chicks have taken over and the bunnies have all gone missing! In this super exciting camp for kids, children will be asked to help get Easter back on track using drama, storytelling, games, arts and crafts and more. Gotta find those bunnies in time for the big day! At the end of the “journey,” the kids will put on a performance to illustrate their incredible story. Rumple & Friends camps are taught by professional actors who use drama, magic, and a helping of good old fashioned fun to teach social skills, teamwork and confidence. Those are values we think every parent will appreciate!

When: Monday, 15 April to Friday, 19 April; 10am to 12pm
Where: Rumple & Friends, 5B, 5/F, Kin On Commercial Building, 49-51 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Age: 3 to 8 years
How much: $2,000
Contact: 9830 8287, [email protected]www.rumpleandfriends.com

Elephant Community Press Easter Camp

Elephant Community Press

Elephant Community Press is the perfect Easter Camp for aspiring writers. Its four-day writing workshops cater for children who are 4 and up. Easter Storyland is the programme for 4 to 6-year-olds, which teaches literacy skills and introduces kids to storytelling. The Other Dumptys, The Rabbit Realm and The Real Easter Island cater for 6 to 13-year-olds. Workshops will help children gain confidence by honing their writing (and even editing) abilities – plus, we love that their work is published in a booklet for a real audience at the end of the session!

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday 23 April, to Friday, 26 April
Where: Elephant Community Press, Unit 704, Lap Fai Building, 6-8 Pottinger Street, Hong Kong
Age: 4 to 13 years
How much: Contact for prices
Contact: 3487 3153, [email protected], www.elephantcommunitypress.com

The Mixing Bowl

Kids love baking, so why not encourage this life skill by signing them up for The Mixing Bowl’s Junior Baker Easter Camp. Take your pick from five classes, which are specifically designed to take your little ones on a culinary journey this Easter. The themes include World Kitchen, Cooking Essentials, Healthy Eating, Food Science, and Cook to Impress. Once you get a taste of the results, you’ll see it’s a camp the whole family can get on board with!

When: Monday, 15 April to Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Where: The Mixing Bowl, 23/F, The Pemberton, No. 22-26, Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Age: 9 years and above
How much: $2,100 per child
Contact: 2524 0001, [email protected], www.themixingbowlhk.com

Baumhaus

Baumhaus believes in early development through music, dancing and drama. Alongside its famous Kindermusik and DramaLab classes, Baumhaus has prepared a special Bunny’s Easter Adventure for kids aged between 0 and 4 years old. While your tiny tots are busy with their class or playing in the wooden treehouse, studio classroom or excellent playroom, you can relax and enjoy a coffee and healthy snacks (because you deserve it)!

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April  2019
Where: Wan Chai, 1/F Kar Yau Building, 36–44 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong; Harbour City, Suite 614–615, World Commerce Centre, 11 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Age: 0 to 6  years
How much: $150 per child, per class (special discount for the Easter camps, usually $300), $100 for the playroom (free for members)
Contact: 2321 5898 (Wan Chai) and 3585 8577 (Harbour City); www.baumhaus.com.hk

Sports and Action

Minisport Easter camp 2019

Minisport Easter Camps

If your kids are the active type, or if they fancy giving a sports camp a try, you’re in for a treat. With seven years of camps, classes, parties and events under their belt, there’s a reason Minisport has become one of Hong Kong’s most popular holiday camps. Its dedication to small groups is something we think will help little campers have the time of their lives! The positive and encouraging coaches use experimentation, fun and making new friends to engage your kids, making Minisport Easter camps ones to remember (and go back to!). Kids from 2.5 years to 9 years old will be actively engaged as they develop their sporting techniques, by getting involved in a wide range of activities including beach trips, yoga, football, tennis, basketball, athletics, face painting and T-shirt designing. If that’s not enough, its popular party games will have your tykes laughing and yearning for more! Minisport’s early years specialists teach more than 400 children each week through popular private classes, parties and holiday camps. With the focus firmly on fun, youngsters often end the camps alongside siblings playing with water balloons, hunting for treasure and doing a tug of war. So if you’re looking for an active Easter break, enrol your kids into one of these sessions. Minisport also offers tailored private camps, right on your doorstep, so you’re sure to find something perfect for you!

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Various locations (including Repulse Bay, West Island School, Victoria Park and Tseung Kwan O)
Age: 2.5 to 9 years
How much: From $1,590 (discounts available for multiple children)
Contact: 6183 7084 (WhatsApp)[email protected], www.minisport.hk

ESF After School Spring Sport Camps

The ESF Sports Camp is holding multiple sports camps where you can leave your kids completely worry-free. This spring, ESF will be holding football, tennis, swimming, gymnastics and multi-sport camps for students to further enhance their existing skills. The qualified coaches here ensure that each class is a progressive and enjoyable learning process. Choose from one to two-week camps that will suit even the busiest holiday travel schedule.

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, 23 April to Friday 26 April 2019
Where: Various locations across several ESF schools
Age: 2.5 to 12 years
How much: From $920 to $2,760
Contact: 2711 1280, [email protected]www.esf.org.hk

Sport4Kids

This Easter Multi-Sport camp is where children will have the opportunity to play football, basketball, rugby, gymnastics, swimming and even do Kung Fu! It’s the perfect opportunity to help your child hone in on new skills that are on the school curriculum, while learning new activities, staying active and making new friends (win-win). Camps are held at various locations across Hong Kong (including Dalton West Kowloon campus, the Canadian International School of Hong Kong and Atom Academy among others) and span a range of ages so you’re sure to find something for your little athlete. Kids can take a breather from all the running around with fun crafts on offer as well.

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April  
Where: Various locations
Age: 18 months to 12 years
How much: From $700 to $4,000, see individual camps for further details
Contact: 
2773 1650, [email protected]www.sport4kids.hk

YMCA

The YMCA is always a good shout for family fun, and your little ones won’t have a choice to be anything but active in its many fun-filled camps. With a wide variety to choose from (including Adventure, Explorer, Sports, Specialty, Residential and Family/Special camps) kids will learn to cook and create art projects, and if they are the type that needs to be busy, busy, busy, they’ll burn off steam while doing sports climbing and enjoying day-out trips! All camp activities are designed to provide kids with positive character-building experiences. And because YMCA cares about its core values (caring, honesty, respect and responsibility), its experienced camp leaders will use traditional camp games, arts and other activities to emphasise these characteristics, enhance skills and build character, helping each and every little learner develop into a leader of tomorrow.

When: Various dates throughout April
Where: Various locations
Age: 5 to 12 years
How much: $810 to $930 (members); $2,680 to $2,800 (non-members)
Contact: 2268 7079 (camp enquiries), 2368 7070 (enrolment enquiries)[email protected]www.ymcahk.org.hk

Superpark Easter camp 2019

SuperPark

What could be more fun than spending the whole day at SuperPark? Kids will learn lots of new skills and tricks in this extremely fun environment. The SuperPark crew have created challenging games and competitions for the camp, which are sure to be a big hit. Kids have the option to choose between Camp A or Camp B, which both offer different activities. The camp lasts six hours and include lunch and free venue access throughout the day. Participants will go home with a pair of SuperPark grip socks and a fun welcome pack of SuperPark goodies to show for their adventure-filled day!

When: Saturday, 13 April to Sunday, 28 April
Where: SuperPark, G/F One SilverSea, 18 Hoi Fai Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Age: 4 to 13 years
How much: $800
Contact: [email protected], www.superpark.com.hk

PowerSportsForKids

If your little one is looking to improve his or her game, look no further than PowerSportsForKids camps. These classes are run by experienced coaches whose goal is to empower kids and foster confidence. No sitting on the sidelines or wishing for a turn – kids here will be able to improve their motor and social skills through athletics, football, basketball, tennis, rugby, gymnastics and various social games (played in a sporty way!). Power Sports Asia was launched in 2011 with an Adults Indoor Soccer League, and it was so popular it opened a kids branch in 2017. Now focused on Sports Holiday Camps, weekly classes and the ever-popular sporty birthdays, it’s the go-to place for the active kid. The camps combine a love for improving talent with enjoyment of the game.

When: Monday, 15 April to Friday, 19 April, or Monday, 22 April to Friday 26 April
Where: Various locations in Happy Valley,  Kennedy Town, Kowloon, contact for full details
Age: 2.5 to 9
How much: $1,950 to $2,450
Contact: [email protected]www.kids.powersportsasia.com

YWCA Centre of Learning and Life Enhancement

As the sister company of YMCA, there’s plenty in store here. From basketball to gymnastics to trampolining, you’re sure to keep your kids on the go with the classes offered. YWCA features well-rounded options for kids of all ages and this Easter, it’s got even more in store, with non-sport related activities like Chinese Calligraphy, Picasso Artist Creations and Magic Kingdom, if you’re looking for something a little different.

When: Monday, 15 April to Saturday, 27 April
Where: Various locations throughout Hong Kong
Age: 1 to 12
How much: $260 (APH fee) $300 (standard fee) to $2,250 (APH fee) $2,330 (standard fee). See the full schedule for details
Contact: 3476 1340, clle.ywca.org.hk, www.clle.ywca.org.hk

Treasure Island

Does your child have a sense of adventure? Get them out in the great outdoors with a variety of outdoor sports, exploration and fun on Lantau! From surfing to sailing, kids will scramble along the scenic Pui O beach while learning about the environment and ocean awareness. Now in its 11th year, activities range for 7 to 16-year-olds so teens and tweens will be more than entertained here. Plus, lunch, snacks and transport are included, and you can register online.

When: Monday, 15 April to Friday, 19 April, or Monday, 22 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Pui O Beach, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Age: 7 to 16 years
How much: $4,480 ($4,200 early bird booking before Saturday, 30 March)
Contact: 2546 3543, [email protected]www.treasureislandhk.com

Parkview

Sporty kids won’t want to miss this one! Parkview is offering a range of athletic camps over the Easter holiday. These include tennis, swimming and rock climbing camps. Kids who want to try a little bit of everything can opt for the multi-sport camp, which includes swimming, tennis, rock climbing, basketball, soccer, rugby and gymnastics. There’s even a mini-sports camp for the (really) little ones. If your kids aren’t athletically inclined, they can participate in the curiosity camp.

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Hong Kong Parkview, 88 Tai Tam Reservoir Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Age: 18 months to 14 years
How much: Contact for prices
Contact: 2812 3945, [email protected], www.hongkongparkview.com

Language and Learn

Easter CAmps Language

Adventure Camp at Ocean Park

Calling all explorers! Our favourite waterpark is hosting an Adventure Camp where your child will embark on a journey with hands-on activities, up-close animal observations and a variety of challenges that will engage them in a whole new way! Campers will learn to show their talents, grow in confidence, care for animals and work in teams. The Little Explorers (ages 4 to 5), Junior Explorers (ages 6 to 8) and Adventurous Nighttime Excursion (ages 8 to 11) will help your kids explore all Easter long.

When: Sunday, 4 April to Saturday, 28 April (Little and Junior Explorers), or Friday, 26 April to Saturday, 27 April (Adventurous Nighttime Excursion)
Where: Ocean Park, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Age: 4 through 12 years
How much: $1,672 (members), $1,900 (non-members) to $3,432 (members), $3,900 (non-members)
Contact: 3923 2323, [email protected]www.oceanpark.com.hk

ESF Language and Learning

Let your kid dive deep into English: from speaking to creative writing, ESF Language and Learning holiday camps have it all! The youngest munchkins will enjoy classes full of stories, play and do arts and drama to build their communication skills and confidence. The older ones will act and bring stories they write themselves to life – developing fluent reading, as well as intonations and pronunciation. Meanwhile, the oldest groups will find themselves at the other side of the table, creating pieces of writing which could impress any publisher.

When: Tuesday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Various locations
Age: 2.8 to 11 years
How much: $2,700 to $3,375
Contact: 2711 1280, [email protected]www.esf.org.hk

Ark Eden

Treat your little explorer to a real adventure on Lantau island. Various activities will help your kids to bond with nature and teach them to appreciate its beauty. Throughout the day, children will jump right into games, treasure hunts, cooking, farming, hiking and so much more! They won’t be bored and you will have precious “me” time. Picnic in the woods and plant trees with Forest Magic, discover the extraordinary life of insects with the Bug Life camp, or join the Easter egg scavenger hunt – you’ll find something for every adventurer among its 11 class options. Register online.

When: Monday, 15 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Drop off at Central Pier 6 or Mui Wo Pier
Age: 5 to 11 years
How much: $670 to $750 per child
Contact: 2988 5355; www.arkedenonlantau.org

Hong Kong Institute of Languages

If you’re trying to find a place for your child to cultivate their language skills, look no further. The Hong Kong Institute of Languages is offering culturally enriching language programmes in French, German and English. Native teachers will introduce the children to each language as well as teaching about the country’s festivals, cuisine, famous places, art and literature. Each programme involves eight hour-and-a-half long classes, which can be spread out over mornings, or taken in full-day sessions. As a bonus, lunch is provided for free for those who opt for the full-day sessions.

When: Tuesday, 16 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Central Campus, 3F, Wellington Plaza, 56-58 Wellington Street, Central Hong Kong; Wong Chuk Hang Campus, 306-307, Level 3, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Age: 4 to 12 years
How much: Contact for prices
Contact: 2877 6160, [email protected], www.hklanguages.com

Mini Mandarins Easter camp 2019

Mini Mandarins

We love the real-world approach to teaching a language at Mini Mandarins. An essential element of its curriculum is “Mini Metro”. This is a simulated real-world environment where children learn to converse in Mandarin in settings such as supermarkets, restaurants and clinics – helping in the success of learning a new language. All the classes are taught by experienced native teachers and provide practice in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Through cooking, arts and crafts, storytelling and science, students will enjoy learning and practising their Putonghua this Easter!

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April (9:30am to 12pm, or 1:30pm to 4pm)
Where: Central Campus, Room 1703, 17/F, Universal Trade Centre, 3-5A Arbuthnot Road, Hong Kong; Causeway Bay Campus, 7/F, Capital Commercial Building, 26 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Age: 2.5 to 10 years
How much: $800 per day (10% off Early Bird discount on or before Saturday, 6 April)
Contact: Register online, [email protected], www.minimandarins.com

Woodland Pre Schools

The kids will love the fun-filled day in store for them at Woodland Pre Schools. Is your child a budding scientist, or are they more interested in cooking? Do they love running around, or would they prefer to get creative? Whatever the answer, this is truly a programme that caters to every kid. Every day is split into three sections – move, create and learn, but the specific events differ from day-to-day. Check out the activity timetable and see which three-hour session is the best fit for your little one.

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Wednesday, 24 April to Friday 26 April
Where: Various locations
Age: 3 to 7 years
How much: $750 per day
Contact: Call or email one of its many locations, www.woodlandschools.com

Southside Mandarin

The perfect language camp for little ones living on the Southside. Kids looking to learn Putonghua will love the fun and immersive approach to teaching taken by Southside Mandarin. Children will learn lots of exciting Chinese cultural activities, such as Chinese Dance, Calligraphy, Wushu and even STEM activities. Don’t worry, Easter hasn’t been forgotten! Kids will love the Easter egg hunt and Easter egg painting at camp, too.

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April
Where: Southside Mandarin, Unit 106-107, 1/F One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Age: 2.5 to 12 years
How much: Contact for prices
Contact: 3427 9619, [email protected], www.southsidemandarin.com

Mulberry House

Celebrate Easter with this fabulous Mandarin immersion programme. Passionate and experienced teachers will lead the programme, and you can expect storytelling, games and magical science experiments – along will all the classic Easter activities. There are three weeks of camp, each with a different theme. Week one involves an art project, the second focuses on science, and the third on a creative writing project.

When: Monday, 8 April to Saturday, 27 April
Where: Central Campus, Studio 2403, Universal Trade Centre, 17-19 Caine Road, Central, Hong Kong; Wong Chuk Hang Campus, 801-802 One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Age: 2 to 12 years
How much: $600 to $1,500 per class (discounts available when booking six or more classes) 
Contact: 5598 0509, [email protected], www.mulberryhouseasia.com

Technology and Coding

Easter Camps Technology

First Code

Got a little techie on your hands? Or maybe just a Minecraft lover? First Code has a range of technological camps this Easter for every age and interest. From 3D Minecraft Modding where kids candesign their own mods, to creating electric dough (it conducts electricity!), there are loads of times and camps to choose from.

When: Four-day camps run from Monday, 15 April to Friday 26 April
Where: Various locations. Main office: Unit 302-305, 3/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Age: 4 to 18
How much: $3,000 to $4,560
Contact: 2772 2108 (main office) 2772 2101 (Sheung Wan) 2772 2161 (Yau Ma Tei), [email protected], www.hk.firstcodeacademy.com

The Genius Workshop

Depending on your child’s age, your young ones can either take a Coding Adventure, the Screenless Coding Journey (ages 4.5 to 7), or Extreme Vehicles, Disaster Rescue Engineering (ages 7 to 14). During the Coding Adventure, kids will learn screenless coding interface through an interactive story about stolen Easter eggs – the aim is to retrieve them back from a greedy Dragon! Older tech-lovers will learn to apply engineering and robotics in the Extreme Vehicles course. Their task is to design and construct a heavy-duty rescue vehicle to rebuild a city after a major earthquake.

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, April 23 to Friday, 26 April
Where: Various locations
Age: 4.5 to 14
How much: Coding Adventure: $1,780 (member), $1,980 (non-member); Extreme Vehicle: $2,880 (member), $3,280 (non-member)
Contact: 2591 0100 (Happy Valley), 3107 4343 (Prince Edward), 2591 0009 (Taikoo), 3746 9688 (Whampoa), [email protected], www.g-workshop.com

Ace Academy

Kids will love getting down and dirty with Ace Academy’s creative experiments. For kids ages 3 to 6, there is the Math & Science Odyssey where tykes can learn about life sciences with Peter Rabbit, physics and chemistry with a basket of surprises, and get candy-licious with chemistry and physics. The Tech Odyssey camp (7-years-old and up) will see kids design various machines that will automatically build a chocolate egg, decorate it in Easter-style wrapping and even transport it around! And older kids will learn how to give Humpty Dumpty a safer landing, discover the Easter weather and enter chocolate heaven in the Science Odyssey. See the full schedule for complete details about dates, times and costs.

When: Tuesday, 16 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Science Workshop, 1305 Universal Trade Center, 3 Arbuthnot Road, Central, Hong Kong
Age: 3 to 11
How much: $680 to $2,040
Contact: 2523 5533, [email protected], www.scienceworkshophk.com

Cobo Acdemy Easter camp 2019

Cobo Academy

Tech enthusiasts will definitely want to spend the holiday at Cobo Academy. Kids will expand their knowledge of STEM coding, robotics and 3D printing in a fun and social environment. Its camps include Minecraft immersion and website building. These days, some expertise in technology is definitely a great thing to have!

When: Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April, or Tuesday, 23 to Friday, 26 April
Where: Cobo Academy Flagship Campus, 6/F, Yam Tze Commercial Building, 23 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Age: 4 years and up
How much: $3,950 to $4,950
Contact: 3905 1111, [email protected], www.coboacademy.com

Koding Kingdom

If your computer addict can’t get enough screen time, Koding Kingdom’s camps will blow their minds! There are loads of specially designed Easter programmes to choose from, that will help teach the fundamentals of computer coding in a really fun and interactive environment. With everything from STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) to Minecraft, there’s something for everyone.

When: Monday, 1 April to Friday, 5 April; Monday, 8 April to Friday, 12 April; Monday, 15 April to Thursday, 18 April; Monday, 23 April to Friday, 26 April
Where: Cyberport, Shop 404, Level 4, The Arcade, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong;
Lai Chi Kok, Rm 1802, Global Gateway Tower, 63 Wing Hong Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong; Happy Valley, Room 502, 5F, 14 King Kwong Street, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Age: 4 to 16
How much: Around $2,100 to $3,500, see the full schedule for all options and fees
Contact: 3706 8917, [email protected]www.kodingkingdom.com

Featured image courtesy of Getty Images, image 1 courtesy of Faust, image 2 courtesy of Maggie & Rose, image 3 courtesy of Elephant Community Press via Facebook, image 4 courtesy of Minisport, image 5 courtesy of Superpark, image 6 courtesy of Pixabay via Pexels, image 7 courtesy of Mini Mandarins via Facebook, image 8 courtesy of First Code Academy via Facebook, image 9 courtesy of Cobo Academy.

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