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Want your children to have fun in a creative and interesting way? Here's our list of some interesting summer camps in Bangalore!
Summer camps in Bangalore are always a big draw for parents who would like their children to have fun and do something creative and interesting. Here’s our list of some interesting summer camps in Bangalore!
Updated with the latest summer camps of Bangalore on May 11, 2022, by Pranjali Hasotkar
With summer at its peak, children and parents yearn to do something interesting that can break the monotony of a hot and tiring day. Here is a list of exciting summer camp options for children in Bangalore.
No matter what your child’s tastes may veer to, these summer camps across Bangalore locations will offer you something that s/he can enjoy.
Age group: 8-12 years
Activities: analytical thinking, strategizing, quizzes, games
Address: No 525, 16th Main, 3rd Block, Koramangala, 560034
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HippocampusLibrary?fref=ts
Phone: 080 2563 0206, 080 4110 1927
Their Midsummer Magic is a workshop designed to promote critical, analytical and lateral thinking. It will help children learn how to strategize, work in teams, be creative and take decisions properly. All these skills will be taught through carefully designed games, quizzes and various art forms. Sign up for action-packed afternoons that entertain and educate.
Age group: 9+ years
Activities: Camp Explorer in Horsley Hills (Ooty of Andhra) where kids will enjoy kayaking, camping, map reading, rock climbing, trekking and other adventurous activities.
Address: Sepia-907, H.M.World City, J.P.Nagar 9th Phase, Bangalore, India
Email: [email protected]:
Phone: +91 96405 05070
The summer camp in Bangalore provides a wonderful opportunity for children to explore nature, enjoy, learn new things, make new friends, and build confidence. It is a fun and enjoyable mix of adventure and learning.
Age group: 8-14 years
Activities: building robots, assembling circuits, electronics
Address: Just Robotics#16, IKP EDEN, 3rd Floor, Bhuvanappa Layout, Tavarekere Main Road, Bengaluru-560029.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/justroboticsindia/
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +91 96119 91931, +91 90366 28927
The summer camps for learning robotics are activity-based learning programs. They encourage problem-solving, logical reasoning, critical thinking and creativity. The idea behind the programmes is that technology is just a tool and the greatest impact happens when it is learnt in a problem-solving way.
Age group: 4+ years
Activities: Art & Craft, speak up, spelling, phonics, handwriting, dance style, Abacus, Shloka, Chess, Daycare also provided
Address: 867, 25th Main, 11th Cross, Sector 1, HSR Layout, Near Bank of Baroda, Bangalore 560102.
Phone: +91 95133 44121
The summer programme run by Advaitam offers a variety of options for different age groups and is quite popular among parents and kids alike. Individual attention is paid to each child and all the materials and resources needed are provided at the campsite to the children. Children use their imagination to create and build projects and enjoy the learning process throughout.
Age group: Varies (check the website)
Activities: Art and craft, drama and storytelling, music and dance, science and robotics, nature and outdoor, adventure, sports and fitness, swimming, design and coding and enhanced learning.
Address: Nos 42/43 4th Main Rd, Phase 3, Peenya III Phase, Peenya, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560058
Phone: 099450 03337
This programme by Buzzing Bubs is yet another multi involved program consisting of more than ten learning activities for children of various age groups. The activities range from day trips to family vacation packages. Children open up to various possibilities and make new friends with fun.
Age group: 5-14 years
Activities: Art history, outdoor art, aboriginal art and zentangles.
Address: Studio Chhavi, Mantri Espana, Kariyammana Agrahara, Outer Ring Road, Landmark – Sakra World Hospital, Bangalore – 560103
Chhavi summer camp allows kids to express themselves without any boundaries. Kids explore their creative sides and get more in touch with them. The event focuses on art as a way of expressing themselves as kids get to learn several art forms including self-portraits too.
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