March Break – March 16 to 20, 2020
Registration is now open for this location.
Our Oakville camp will be located at our new permanent location at 2828 Kingsway Dr. #2 which is at Winston Churchill and Truscott Dr. It’s just on the border of Oakville and Mississauga in the Clearview area.
Our camps are aimed at 4 – 12 year old kids and will run between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday to Friday, with extended hours available for a small extra cost. Kids can come for the full week or for a few days.
We offer early drop off and late pick up for your children from 7:30 – 9:00 am and in the afternoons from 4:00 – 6:00 pm at an extra charge of $5 (+HST) per child for each session.
Wednesday – Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival (Includes pancakes for lunch)
Thursday Afternoon – Movie Theater (Choice between 2 or 3 movies)
Lunches/Snacks (Pizza Lunch on Friday)
Kids should bring 2 snacks each day.
Monday: Bring a lunch
Tuesday: Optional Subway lunch (Order at time of registration)
Wednesday: Pancake lunch at Bronte Creek included for all campers (Bring a drink)
Thursday: Bring a lunch
Friday: Pizza & juice lunch included for all campers
Optional Subway Lunch on Tuesday
You may order a subway lunch during the registration process at an extra cost starting from $5.69 for a Kids’ Pak. You may also order 6 inch & footlong subs.
Camp 1: Ceramics & Crafts (Ages 4 to 7) (Ages 8 to 12)
Camp 2: All About STEAM (Ages 4 to 6)
What is STEAM? STEAM is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. STEAM is everywhere today and in everything we do. It builds and teaches creativity, problem solving, life skills, ingenuity, resourcefulness, patience and curiosity. STEAM is what shapes the future as our world grows and changes. Kids will participate in a variety of hands on projects and will be introduced to coding using Bee Bot, a bluetooth programmable floor robot. Camp will be rounded off by some creative crafts.
Camp 3: All About STEM (Ages 7 to 10)
What is STEM? STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. STEM is everywhere today and in everything we do. It builds and teaches creativity, problem solving, life skills, ingenuity, resourcefulness, patience and curiosity. STEM is what shapes the future as our world grows and changes. Kids will participate in a variety of hands projects such as making a kaleidoscope, creating & launching a straw rocket, making a catapult and building a paddle boat that floats. Kids will also be introduced to coding using Codey Rockey, a programmable robot.
Camp 4: Lego Robotics & Wacky Science (Ages 5 to 9)
Using Lego WeDo Bluetooth, kids will build Lego models and then program them with tablets using simple drag & drop software. In the afternoon they will conduct a variety of fun & educational hands on science experiments.