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These summer camps in Mumbai bring you great options to let your child have fun while learning something this summer. Choose for your child!
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.
This post was updated on 24th May 2022, by Pranjali Hasotkar.
It’s summer, there are two months of vacation, and while you want your children to enjoy themselves, it just doesn’t seem realistic to let them be free with nothing to do for two whole months. Especially for nuclear families, the summer vacations can be a challenging time.
Mumbai 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 in Mumbai.
Age group: 2-4 years
Activities: Storytelling, 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
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HopNBop
Phone: 022-6619 7400
Email: [email protected]
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.
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
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceUtsav/
Phone: +91 99584 46655
Science Utsav summer camps have interactive learning platforms 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.
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
A centre for kids which offers a Child-friendly environment and a variety of fabulous activities. These spark children’s interest and increase their knowledge, build skills and develop their style.
The centre offers innovative and creative workshops to children of different ages.
Age group: 5-15 years
Activities: Meditative colouring, Pranayam, Yoga asanas, yoga brain games, gardening
Address: Shop No-2, 2 Tulsi Bhag Next to Bhagvathi Hospital Behind South Indian Bank, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Rd, Borivali West, Mumbai, 400103,
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/yogparamparastudio/
Phone: +91 84549 45676, +91 81049 20539
Beat the heat this summer with the wisdom of yoga. The camp focuses on the holistic growth of a child. Do yoga the traditional way it is meant to be, amidst nature. De-stress and gain health and vitality.
For the first time in Mumbai, a Yoga Summer Camp with a difference covers the all-around development of children through traditional Yoga practices, fusing dance, meditation, and gardening.
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), Parel, Mumbai-400012
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SeriouslyAddictiveMathsIndia
Phone: +91 75060 68999
SAM is a unique classroom and worksheet based programme to help children learn the basic concepts of math simply and understandably.
SAM offers 2 weeks free trial to your child to help you understand how she can excel in Math.
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.
Age group: Varied.
Activities: Rock climbing, rappelling, commando bridge, rifle shooting, etc.
Address: 5, New Arunoday CHS, Mahavir Nagar Compound, Manpada Rd, opp. I Con Hospital, Dombivli East, Maharashtra 421201
Phone: 093221 81849
Kshitij World provides a paradigm shift from a busy life to a fun- adventurous life. It helps kids reach their full potential as they get to know themselves at the camp. Kshitij offers a perfect dose of fun, challenge and thrill while keeping in mind the safety of kids.
Their unique programmes nudge children out of their comfort zone into a world of spontaneous adventures and courageous activities.
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