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Easter Camps And Classes For Kids In Hong Kong

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Keep the kids ‘hoppily’ engaged this Easter!

It’s been a year of schools, teachers, students and their amazing mamas and papas adapting to the ever-changing situation in Hong Kong. As the Easter break draws near (what, already?!), you probably are going to need some classes and holiday workshops to keep your little ones engaged. With smaller in-person groups, online instruction and relevant content that’s sure to keep your little ones hooked, here’s a look at your Easter camp options.

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Editor’s note: The situation in Hong Kong regarding closures and restrictions on opening hours due to the coronavirus is constantly evolving. To reduce transmission risk, please make sure you follow the latest government advice regarding testing and distancing if you have recently travelled overseas, have interacted with anyone who has been away, display any symptoms or are awaiting test results after undergoing compulsory testing. All camp providers were operational at the time of publication, but please check individual providers’ websites as well as government directives before signing up.

Read more: Remote Learning: Online Study And Extracurricular Classes For Kids

Learning

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Growing IQ

Can Maths be egg-citing? Before your children can shake their heads in disbelief, sign them up for Easter Adventure Camps with Growing IQ. Over this school holiday, it’s offering a variety of 3-day camps over two weeks for kids of different ages. The camps will have age-appropriate activities that will have your kids developing and using their problem-solving and maths skills. From making Bunny Ears with Symmetry and Patterns to using Data and Probability to find The Golden Egg, your kids will learn real-world math concepts as they build their own themed projects.

After establishing itself in San Francisco, Hawaii and Texas, Growing IQ has entered Hong Kong with the aim of getting kids to love maths. The creative and visual ways of teaching are sure to get your children thinking and understanding the subject, rather than just memorising it.

When: Week 1: Monday, 29 March to Wednesday, 31 March 2021, Week 2: Wednesday, 7 to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: 4/F, China Hong Kong Tower, 8-12 Hennessy Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Age: 2 to 11 years
How much: $1,500 to $3,000/week (with discounts for booking more than one week)
Contact: 2323 9899, WhatsApp: 5726 3303, [email protected], www.growingiq.com.hk

FairPlay Learning

FairPlay Learning focuses on teaching kids soft skills like confidence, empathy and teamwork. It does this by pairing international school students with local school students living below the poverty line. This Easter, it’s offering online Social Impact Easter workshops. Over four sessions spread across two days, students get to holistically approach global social issues, explore their personal values and create a statement of purpose and a social enterprise pitch proposal (sure to help when thinking of university applications!).

When: Thursday, 8 April to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: Online
Age: 14 to 17 years
How much: $1,200 (Early bird price of $900 for registration before Saturday, 20 March 2021)
Contact: [email protected]www.fairplaylearning.com

Read more: Skills That Our Children Will Need In 10 Years’ Time

Multi-Activity Camps

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Camp Woodland

School’s going to be out soon and you will need to plan some fun activities to keep your little bunnies from hopping off the walls! Camp Woodland promises two weeks of entertainment at three of its campuses (Mid-Levels, Repulse Bay Beachside and Sai Kung) during the Spring break. While the experienced and trusted Woodland teachers will be teaching the children and handling most of the exciting multi-camp activities, there will also be well-reputed external class providers to mix things up, such as Major League Football Academy, The Little Gym, Rugbytots, Top Flight Basketball, Faust and Little Movers.

If your child is already a Woodland student, you can get 15% off when registering for any of the weekly Spring camps. Book your spot before registration closes on Friday, 19 March 2021! If your little one is joining Woodland for the first time at camp, you can receive a registration fee credit when enrolling for Term 3 (terms and conditions apply). Hoppy days!

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: Mid-Levels, Repulse Bay Beachside and Sai Kung campuses of Woodland Preschools
Age: 2 years 8 months to 6 years
How much: $1,500 to $2,000/week
Contact: 2537 7218, [email protected], www.woodlandschools.com

ESF Easter Camps

ESF Sports & Language

Want to put a “spring” in your child’s step this Easter? Sign up for the ESF holiday camps. Besides the most popular options, including playgroup, pre-K, online coding and multi-sports camps, there are also new and exciting programmes. These include Slimy STEM, Bunnies and Blooms and a 3-Day Sea Kayak Expedition. The holiday camps are available in a variety of locations, at various times (AM and PM classes available) and for different age groups, so you are sure to find one that suits your eager young learners.

As ESF announced a few weeks back, all its teachers are routinely tested for COVID-19, so you can send your little ones for face-to-face classes with peace of mind. Class sizes are kept small so that the experienced and qualified instructors can pay special attention to each individual student’s needs. These programmes are open to both ESF and non-ESF students.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: Various locations across Hong Kong
Age: 15 months to 16 years
How much: Prices vary, starting at $400
Contact: 2711 1280, [email protected], [email protected], www.esf.org.hk

YWCA International Kids Club

Always a favourite for holiday camps and classes, YWCA is offering its usual range of activities and classes this Easter break. There are sports, STEM, cooking, drama, gymnastics and calligraphy camps. We’re particularly intrigued by the Kiddy KOL -iMovie application programme.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: 3/F, 1 MacDonnell Road, Central, Hong Kong
Age: 2 to 17 years
How much: Prices vary, depending on the camp
Contact: 3476 1340, [email protected], www.clle.ywca.org.hk

Press Start Academy

Press Start Academy approaches learning through play and games. For Easter, it’s offering three unique 3 or 4-day in-person programmes (scroll down the page to view the camp details). Kelvin’s Weather Adventure (for ages 6 to 8 years) features hands-on experiments to explore scientific phenomena around water and air. Z-Force: Genesis (for ages 9 to 12 years) discusses and analyses topics around social inclusion while Dim Sum Go! (for ages 8 to 11 years) works on a child’s creative writing skills according to how a dim sum-themed eating competition plays out! There is also an online storytelling and strategic thinking camp for tweens and young teens obsessed with dungeons and dragons.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: Suite 506, Car Po Commercial Building, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, Online
Age: 6 to 13 years
How much: Prices vary, starting at $2,080
Contact: 9283 2312, [email protected], www.pressstart.com.hk/academy

ActiveKids

This is a tried and tested favourite with Sassy Mamas in the office! As always, there are Science Adventures, Mission Runway for future fashion designers, ArtCrafters for the little Picassos, Stormy Chefs and RoboCode for tech genius and the Chess Academy for those who want a great brain workout. 3 and 4-day camps are available in-person and online.

When: Monday, 29 March to Saturday, 10 April
Where: Unit A, 1/F, Nan Sang Building, 86 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, Online
Age: 3 to 17 years
How much: Prices vary, starting at $1,850
Contact: 3480 4199, [email protected], www.activekidshk.com

Lifelong Labs

Lifelong Labs believes that learning should not be limited by age and no one is too young to pursue ambitious projects or too old to learn the latest technologies. This Easter, it’s offering camps to teach eager young learners wilderness photography skills, YouTube production, industrial design, DIY fashion design, and it’s also offering private camps on a wide range of topics. So if any of the fixed camps are full or your enthusiastic learner would like to learn about anything ranging from film production to architecture, Lifelong Labs can make it happen for a small group of friends.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: 5/F Gough Plaza, 33 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong
Age: 8 years and up
How much: $3,950
Contact: 2540 2484[email protected], www.lifelonglabs.org

More multi-activity camps this Easter:

The Harbour School’s F.I.S.H. Programme

Science, Tech And Coding

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First Code Academy

Does your little techie sometimes speak in Greek and Latin to you (or perhaps, Python and Java!)? We all know that coding is the language of the future and First Code Academy is offering to empower your children to become tomorrow’s creators with technology. This Easter, it’s offering 4-day camps for kids of all ages. Though conducted online (so you needn’t worry about COVID-19 closures), the groups are being kept small. With only four children per class, the qualified instructors, all of whom are trained by an MIT-certified system, can offer individual attention.

The camp is designed to be hands-on and practical. After each 2-hour lesson, the kids complete a project (building an app, game or website). The youngest kids will focus on  Scratch Jr, those who are slightly older will graduate to Scratch, while tweens and teens will discover Python, Roblox, Java, Minecraft, web programming and much more.

Age: 5 to 12+ years
When: Friday, 2 to Monday, 5 April and Tuesday, 6 to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: Online, via Zoom
How much: $2,000 to $2,240 (early bird discount of 8% if you sign up before Thursday, 18 March 2021)
Contact: 2772 2108, [email protected], www.firstcodeacademy.com

STEM Workshops @The Ritz Carlton

If you’re staycationing at the Ritz Carlton or planning an extended family brunch there over the Easter weekend, you can get yourself some quiet time as you send the kids off for STEM camp. Conducted by Techbob Academy, there are three workshops – an Easter Maze Challenge for 3 to 5-year-olds that involves building a programmable robot, Saving Easter Bunny for 6 to 8-year-olds by making a programmable helicopter and Easter Mailbot for 9 to 12-year-olds where the task is to construct an automaton capable of sending a parcel. Each child will also gets to take home a fun STEM toy or gift set upon completion of the workshop.

When: Friday, 2 April to Tuesday, 6 April 2021
Where: 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Age: 3 to 12 years
How much: $680/session (for hotel guests and restaurant patrons), $880/session (for non-hotel guests)
Contact: 2263 2263, [email protected], www.ritzcarlton.com

The Genius Workshop

Depending on your child’s age, your children can join one of the exciting 4-day themed camps or AM/PM STEM workshops being offered by the Genius Workshop. The younger kids (4.5 to 7 years) can become Forensic Investigators while the older ones (7 to 14 years) can go on a Minecraft Easter mission. If you have already packed in quite a few activities for your kids, the flexible workshops will allow your kids to concentrate on five core STEM subjects – mechanics, engineering, robotics, game development and animation.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: Various locations across Hong Kong
Age: 4.5 to 12 years
How much: Themed camps start at $1,780 (member prices) + material cost of $100, Prices vary for STEM workshops
Contact: WhatsApp: 6211 1968, [email protected], www.g-workshop.com

Cobo Academy

Hone your child’s logical thinking and problem-solving skills this Easter! Cobo Academy is proud to be an official global training partner of Microsoft and Minecraft and is offering exciting 4-day coding and robotics camps. From mobile app development, game development, VR, Python and more, classes are being offered in-person and online.

When: Wednesday, 7 April to Saturday, 10 April 2021
Where: Cobo Academy Flagship Campus: 6/F, Yam Tze Commercial Building, 23 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, Cobo Academy Whampoa Campus: 6/F, Room 7, Harbourfront Landmark, 11 Wan Hoi Street, Hung Hom, Hong Kong, Online
Age: 4 to 16 years
How much: $3,200
Contact: 3905 1111, 9816 3905, [email protected], www.coboacademy.com

Curiosity Kids

Making science concepts exciting for young learners, Curiosity Kids has a variety of Easter camps planned this year. These range from standalone workshops to part of multi-activity camps, playgroup sessions to private group classes.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: Various locations including a venue of your choice (for private groups of four), PMQ – Central, Park View – Tai Tam, Blooming Buds – Sai Ying Pun, The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club – New Territories
Age: 3 to 9 years
How much: Prices vary, contact individual venues for details
Contact: 23335 3878  (for classes at The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club), [email protected] (for private classes and camps at PMQ), [email protected] (for classes at Park View), [email protected]  (for classes at Blooming Buds), www.curiositykidshk.com

More science, technology and coding camps this Easter:

Koding Kingdom

Preface Coding

BSD Education

Read more: Science, Tech And Coding Classes For Kids In Hong Kong

Creativity And Performing Arts

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Maggie & Rose

Maggie & Rose knows exactly how to keep your little ones engaged. Over this Easter break, it is offering its popular regular classes (music, art, cooking, Make & Make Believe) and 3-hour cooking and art camps. Children will get to experience the wonders of spring as they explore the garden, learn about baby animals, flowers, vegetables and honey (yum!).

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021 
Where: Maggie & Rose, 301 The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong (classes only for members and their guests, camps available to members and non-members);
Maggie & Rose, 308 & 311 Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (classes and camps available to members and non-members)
Age: Easter Camps: 4 to 8 years; Easter Classes: 6 months to 8 years
How much: Prices vary, starting at $300 for a single class and $650 for a camp (member prices)
Contact: 2638 7191 (Repulse Bay), 2337 7571 (Causeway Bay), [email protected], www.hk.maggieandrose.com

Faust

This Easter, Faust is offering 4-day Holiday Theatre and  Creative Writing workshops along with a day-long camp, Play in a Day. If you want to enrol your young star in an acting and drama workshop, look at Holiday Theatre which is available at three locations. Your budding playwright might prefer the Creative Writing programme that’s available at the Sheung Wan studio or online, while Play in a Day can give older kids a taste of all aspects of the stage.

When: Monday, 29 March to Saturday, 10 April 2021
Where: Faust Studio, 5/F, Nan Dao Commercial Building, 359 & 361 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong,
King George V School, 2 Tin Kwong Road, Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong,
Island School, Sun Chui Estate, Tai Wai, Hong Kong
Age: Easter Theatre Workshops: ages 4 to 12; Creative Writing Workshops: ages 6 to 13; Play in a Day: ages 8 to 12
How much: $1,770 to $2,400 per child (Holiday Theatre), $2,400 (Creative Writing), $890 (Play in a Day)
Contact: 2547 9114, [email protected]www.faustworld.com

Banana Art Club

Banana Art Club is offering flexible holiday camps. You can choose 2-hour or 3-hour options on days that suit. Easter camps are available all the way through until end-April and you could opt for in-person classes or online via Zoom.

When: Friday, 12 March to Friday, 30 April 2021
Where: Flat 49, 14/F, Eton Tower, 8 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, Online
Age: 3 to 14+ years
How much: $480 for a 2-hour class, $690 for a 3-hour class
Contact: 6020 5476, [email protected]mail.com, www.bananaartclub.com

Elephant Community Press

Elephant Community Press is the perfect option for aspiring writers aged 6 years and up. Its Easter camps (scroll down the page to view camp details) this year include three themed workshops along with Easter Storyland (for 5 to 6-year-olds), available either at the ECP Centre in Central or online (in-person sessions are limited to four kids each).

When: Monday, 19 March to Friday, 9 April  2021
Where: Unit 704, Lap Fai Building, 6-8 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, Online
Age: 5 to 13 years
How much: $2,700 to $3,270 for Easter workshops, $825 for Easter Storyland
Contact: 3487 3153, [email protected], www.elephantcommunitypress.com

More creative and performing arts camps this Easter:

Kids’ Gallery

Move for Life

Starlit Voice

Twinkle Dance

Read more: The Best Creative Expression And Art Classes For Kids In Hong Kong

Sports And Adventure

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ProActiv Sports

This Easter, ProActiv is offering multi-sports camps where children will have the opportunity to play a bit of tennis, basketball, football, dodgeball and more. The camps also include fun games and team-building games. Sign up for the 4-day or single-day camps at any of the four locations. The groups are divided age-wise, for 2 to 4-year-olds and for those above 5 years.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021 
Where: Repulse Bay Beach, Velodrome Park, Victoria Park, West Kowloon Park
Age: 2 to 5+ years
How much: $250/day, $800/4-day camp (for 2 to 4 years), $450/day, $1,500/4-day camp (for 5+ years)
Contact:
9144 8759, [email protected], [email protected], hk.proactivsports.com

Minisport

Specialists in introducing the littlest ones to sports and games, Minisport’s 4-day Easter camps focus on children as young as 1.5 years. The classes for the 1.5 to 2.5-year-olds follow the provider Playgroup curriculum while the ones for the older kids cover football, basketball, party games and more. These are strictly capped at four kids, as per the mandated distancing restrictions.

When: Monday, 29 March to Saturday, 10 April 2021
Where: Victoria Park, Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, Velodrome Park, Nam Cheong Park, Bamboo Grove Residences (only for residents and guests)
Age: 1.5 to 5 years
How much: $1,000 (for 1.5 to 2.5 years), $1,350 to $1,500 (for 2.5 to 5 years)
Contact: WhatsApp: 6183 7084[email protected], www.sportsclassesforkidshk.com

Treasure Island

Want to treat your water baby? Treasure Island is offering 5-day Spring Adventure camps during the Easter break (you could also opt to sign up just for a single day). With water sports, your child will develop teamwork and leadership skills, along with a sense of adventure and environmental awareness. Children above 8 years will be treated to an overnight expedition on the fourth day, while the 5 to 7-year-olds will return home and come back for a new adventure on the fifth and final day.

When: Monday, 22 March to Friday, 16 April 2021
Where: Treasure Island, Pui O Beach, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Age: 5 to 16 years
How much: $1,100/day, $4,480/5-day camp
Contact: 2546 3543[email protected]www.treasureislandhk.com

HK Forest Adventures

These forest-based Easter camps are ideal if you have an adventurous little one at home! There are three 3-day camps (Wild at Heart, HANDS and Science) and a half-day camp for those who can’t or prefer not to commit to the full three days. While in the capable hands of qualified instructors, your kids will enjoy learning about nature, science, building and survival, all while exploring the great outdoors.

Age: 4 to 8 years
When: Monday, 29 March to Saturday, 10 April 2021
Where: 12D Tai Shui Hang North Road, Tai Shui Hang, Hong Kong
How much: $600 for the Half-day Camp, $2,550 to $3,600 for the 3-day camps
Contact: 5238 2377[email protected]www.hongkongforestadventures.com

Ark Eden

Treat your little explorer to a real adventure on Lantau Island. Daily adventures include woodwork, damming the river, foraging in the garden, pizza making and more. You can opt to join in by the day (one has an overnight option as well) for activities that will help your kids to bond with nature and teach them to appreciate its beauty.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: 11 Tung Hang Mei, Mui Wo, Lantau Island, Hong Kong (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

More sports and adventure camps this Easter:

Asia Pacific Adventure

Dragonfly

Read more: Where To Find Sports Classes For Kids In Hong Kong

Language

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Mini Mandarins

To improve your child’s fluency in Mandarin, try Mini Mandarins’ upcoming Easter holiday camps. With a hands-on approach, children will get to develop their vocabulary through arts, crafts and storytelling. To mimic real-life situations, the centre has a mini-hospital theme. Here, kids can learn to speak confidently through role-play on a range of related topics.

When: Monday, 29 March to Friday, 9 April 2021
Where: 3/F, Capital Commercial Building, 26 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Age: 2.5 to 10 years
How much: $800 per session (AM and PM slots available), 10% Early Bird discount for registrations before Saturday, 20 March 2021
Contact:  2320 1128, [email protected], www.minimandarins.com

Mulberry House

Celebrate Easter with this fabulous Mandarin immersion programme led by passionate and experienced teachers. The team knows how to engage even the youngest of learners with storytelling and games, while primary school students will work on weekly art, science and creative writing projects. There are three weeks of camps, each with a different theme. Week one focuses on spring and nature, week two is about enjoying Easter with bunny activities, an egg hunt and more while the final week covers sports and exercise.

When: Monday, 22 March to Saturday, 10 April 2021
Where: Central Campus, Studio 2403, Universal Trade Centre, 17-19 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong; Wong Chuk Hang Campus, 801-802 One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Age: 1 to 12 years
How much: $420, $600 and $966 per session (60 mins, 90 mins and 2.5 hours for different age groups) 
Contact: 5598 0509, [email protected], www.mulberryhouseasia.com

More language camps this Easter:

Mandarin Time

Yifan Mandarin

Read more: Mandarin Lessons For Kids In Hong Kong: Chinese Classes, Playgroups And Tutors

Our "Featured" sticker indicates a paid partnership. Featured image courtesy of Getty Images, image 1 courtesy of Growing IQ, image 2 courtesy of Woodland Preschools, image 3 courtesy of ESF Sports & Language, image 4 courtesy of First Code Academy, image 5 courtesy of Eren Li via Pexels, image 6 courtesy of Pixabay via Pexels, image 7 courtesy of Mini Mandarins via Facebook,

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