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10 Exciting Summer Camps In Mumbai With Everything From Shoe Painting To Skiing

Posted: April 6, 2016

From storytelling and puppet play to trekking and camping, these summer camps in Mumbai bring you great options to let your child have fun while learning something this summer. 

It’s summer, there’s two months of vacations on, and while you want your children to enjoy themselves, it just doesn’t seem realistic to let them be absolutely free with nothing to do for two whole months. Especially for nuclear families, the summer vacations can be a challenging time.

Mumbai however offers a wide range of summer camp activities for different age groups to keep children engaged in meaningful pursuits and learn valuable skills.

Here is a great list of interesting summer camps running in Mumbai this year.

Updated with the latest summer camps of Mumbai in April 2019, by Kanupriya Kumar

HopnBop

Age group: 2-4 years

Activities: Story telling, puppet play, rhymes, craft activity, science is fun, it’s a small world

Address: 444 The Corporate Lounge, 2nd Floor, Plot no 347, Linking Road, Opp Khatwari Darbar, Khar (W), Mumbai 52

Website: http://www.hopnbop.in/classes.html

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HopNBop

Phone: 022-6619 7400

Email: info@hopnbop.in

Hop n Bop is an exciting soft play area and activity centre for little kids. It comes with ball pools, slides, trampolines, wall toys, soft bridges, and for the first time in the city – a water bed. It is a perfect place for kids to let out their energy. The summer workshop is packed with fun filled activities for little ones with lots of learning.

Science Utsav summer camp

Age group: 5-14 years

Activities: experiments, picture cards, quiz, discussions, puzzles, role plays, activity kits

Address: 413, RiiDL Management office, Somaiya Vidyavihar (E ), Ghatkopar, Mumbai 400077

Website: http://scienceutsav.com/parent/summer-camp/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceUtsav/

Phone: +91 99584 46655

Email: mumbai@scienceutsav.com

Science Utsav summer camps have interactive learning platform for participants through hands-on activities, science experiments, fun projects, science games, puzzles, science expeditions, role plays and other innovative techniques. It provides project-based learning and worksheets with age-specific content.

Innocreative Kids Summer Fest

Age group: 4-12 years

Activities: Gift packing, flower art, origami art, clay art, card making, free hand drawing, fireless cooking, personality development, yoga, shloka chanting, mobile photography.

Address: InnoCreative D2, Manik Complex, Plot 16-18, Sector 29, Vashi, Navi Mumbai

Website: http://innocreative.in/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/InnoCreativeIndia/

Phone: +91 93209 93040, +91 80807 33607

Lots of fun, games, competition and prizes. At Innocreative children are involved in creative workshops which have a ton of interesting activities to choose from. There is a team of highly talented and enthusiastic artists teaching various art forms for different skill levels. Children will enjoy the fun filled and exciting learning environment at the camp.

Skilltivate summer camp

Activities: shoe painting, Dot painting, Canvas painting, Pebble painting, T-shirt painting, story telling and craft workshop, impasto painting.

Address: Studio 7, Shantikunj Prarthana Samaj Rd, Satsang CHSL, Park Road, Vile Parle East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400057, India

Website: http://www.skilltivate.com/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/skilltivate/

Phone: +91 98675 91236

Email: info@skilltivate.com

This is a fun and interesting workshop by talented and creative artists. If you want to learn new water color techniques, make a piece of art or learn how to colour your old t-shirts, this is the lace to be. Skilltivate believes that ‘skills development should not be restricted to mainstream subjects or schooling years but be a lifelong process of learning.’

Creative Minds Activity Centre

Age group: Grades 2-8

Activities: Let’s Go around the World, Manners n Beyond, Shadow puppet theatre, Speech & Drama, Lego camp, Stories with theatre workshop

Address: RH-01, Panchsheel, Gokuldham, Goregaon East, Mumbai 400063

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Creative-Minds-Activity-Centre-644875015530879/

Phone: +91 90045 51142

Email: creativemindsactivitycentre@gmail.com

A centre for kids which offers Child-friendly environment and variety of fabulous activities. These spark children’s interest and increase their knowledge, build skills and develop their personal style. The centre offers innovative and creative workshops to children of different ages.

Yog Parampara

Age group: 5-15 years

Activities: Meditative coloring, Pranayam, Yoga asanas, yoga brain games, gardening

Address: Shop No-2, 2 Tulsi Bhag Next to Bhagvathi Hospital Behind South Indain Bank, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Rd, Borivali West, Mumbai, 400103,

Website: http://yogparampara.com/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/yogparamparastudio/

Phone: +91 84549 45676, +91 81049 20539

Email: yogparamparastudio@gmail.com

Beat the heat this summer with the wisdom of yoga. The camp focuses on holistic growth of a child. Do yoga the traditional way it is meant to be, amidst nature. De-stress, gain health and vitality. For the first time in Mumbai, a Yoga Summer Camp with a difference, covering all round development of children through traditional Yoga practices, fusing dance, meditation, and gardening.

SAM-Seriously Addictive Maths-Snakes & Ladder Fun

Age group: 3-12 years

Activities: Maths concepts and worksheets

Address: Ground Floor, Krishna Chaaya Building, Aai Mai Merwanji Street, (Between KTM Hospital & ITC Grand Central), Pparel, Mumbai-400012

Website: http://sammaths.in/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SeriouslyAddictiveMathsIndia

Phone: +91 75060 68999

Email: parel@seriouslyaddictivemaths.in

SAM is a unique classroom and worksheet based programme to help children learn the basic concepts of maths in a simple and understandable way. SAM offers 2 weeks free trial to your child to help you understand how she can excel in Maths. This Summer let your child enjoy and learn mathematical concepts like never before with SAM’s unique math teaching pedagogies. As they master mathematical concepts, they would also get to play a unique game of snakes and ladders which will entitle them to an exciting gift at the end of the summer camp. 

Flavours of Fun

Age group: 2-15 years

Activities: No flame culinary cooking and baking classes, cleanliness, presentation, handling kitchen equipment

Address: Near Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai 400050

Website: https://www.flavoursoffun.com/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/flavoursoffun

Phone: +91 90045 15557

Email: flavoursoffun@gmail.com

Flavours of Fun is a out of the box culinary experience for kids. It is a hands on, no flame cooking class to inculcate healthy eating habits, food etiquette and get the children to explore a wider range of nutritional foods and ingredients. The primary focus is to inculcate healthy eating habits, food etiquette and allowing children to make everything themselves. Personalized attention is given to each child and pictures are sent to the parent along with a portion of the dish prepared.

Robotron lab

Age group: 6+ years

Activities: Programming robots, Fun with drones, Animation movie, Scratch and Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Android app

Address: 63 Queens Park, Near SNDT College, Santacruz (W), Mumbai 400049

Website: http://www.robotronlab.com/Event.aspx

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/robotron.lab

Phone: +91 82915 99779, +91 99875 42804

Email: robotronlab101@gmail.com

Robotron is offering professional robotics course of different duration to students of 3rd standard and above. Students will be able to learn a lot about robotics and gain an edge with the high-quality equipment and professional training provided. Students will be able to develop dynamic models, derive controllers, and learn about applications and challenges of the robotics industry.

Nisarg adventure summer camp

Age group: can be enquired

Activities: Kashmir water skiing camp—shikara ride in Dal Lake, gondola ride, snow games, hike to Shankracharya, music, camp fires

Address: B-6 Galakunj, Ambedkar Road, Mulund (W) Mumbai 400080

Website: http://nisargcamps.com/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nisargcamps/

Phone: +91 99692 82575 , +91 90043 99994

Email: shahhetal.in@gmail.com, hetal@nisargcamps.com

Nisarg conducts wildlife, adventure and trekking-based summer camps for children. All activities are conducted by highly qualified professional experts and coordinators. It takes care of the accommodation, travel, transportation food and sight seeing arrangements. For its summer camp, the trip is Kashmir water skiing camp where all the participants will visit, explore and enjoy this scenic place.

If you come across more interesting summer camps in Mumbai or have sent your child to a particularly interesting one, let us know in the comments!

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