- Written by Super User
The April holidays are upon us and with Easter already over, keeping children entertained may be a bit of a challenge for some parents.
Holiday camps however have jumped in to bridge this gap and ones for the April holidays can be found here:
Kusoma Tu Utamaduni Holiday Camp is offering Kenya kids the chance to learn about their culture. The day camp targeting children between the ages of four and fourteen years will see children taught drama, dance, painting, storytelling, bead-work, crafts and drawing which will all draw from the country's various cultures.
The camp will run from 9.30am to 3.30pm starting April 13th until April 24th. Being held at CITAM Woodley on Ngong Road, it will cost Sh2000 per day or Sh7000 per week.
Alliance Française is offering French Holiday Classes this month of April. The children will receive activity-based learning for three hours a day from 1pm-4pm until April 24th.
The activities, each 35 minutes long, will be a read-along, watch-along, talk-along, play-along and sing-along.
Children 6-8 years will be charged Sh11,300 while those 9-12years will pay Sh11,130. Siblings attending the classes will get a 10 per cent discount.
For those looking to keep their kids fit during this holiday, Bumblebee Sports is offering an April Tennis Camp at Public Service Club which is running until May 1st.
The daily training camp seeks to introduce children to the sport and improve on those who are already playing tennis.
Targeting kids between the ages of four and fourteen years, the camp will coast Sh2500 per week.
The Nairobi Art Centre has two activities planned for the holiday. The first is the Easter Avatar Workshop which is aims to introduce children to the arts and craft world in a relaxed atmosphere.
It will run until May 1st from 9am-3.30pm.The charges are Sh2200 for half day and Sh3500 for the whole day.
The second event they will be holding is a Tea Party whereby parents and their kids get to bond over making Easter related arts and craft. All material will be provided by Nairobi Art Centre and there will be a tea party after the activities.
Running until May 30th from 2pm-4pm, the activity will cost Sh3500 per child and Sh1500 for the second child.
TeenTouch Esm is offering an educational camp for children his April holiday. The program has come up with games to inspire children to learn and develop their talent in an atmosphere best comfortable for them. Various non-time specific method will be applied.
Some of the activities are camping & tours, specialized sports training, music & acting specialization camp, local student exchange program among others.
The camp which runs daily during the week from 10am-3pm will cost Sh1200 per day per child or Sh5500 per week for each child attending. There are also group rates of Sh1000 per dayor Sh4800 per per week per child for a group of 5-10 kids.
For children who are more drawn towards technology, iLabAfrica is currently holding its regular Holiday Bootcamp for primary and secondary going school children.
Running until the 17th of April, the camp aims to familiarize children with IT related activities which will be made possible through the use of various tools and technologies. There will also be Kenyan blue chip companies and IT professionals at hand to mentor the children.
Parents can register their children here or find out more about the camp here.