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Looking for summer camps in Chennai to send your child to? This list of unusual summer camps in Chennai is just what you need!
Looking for some interesting summer camps in Chennai to send your child to, so that she/he can spend the vacation learning new skills and also having fun? This list of unusual summer camps in Chennai is just what you need!
Summer is here and there are lots of summer camp options for children in Chennai to help them have fun and learn new skills. These summer camps in Chennai offer a break from the hectic academic schedule of schools and coaching classes and let children have some non-competitive, team-based and practical learning experience.
Updated with the latest summer camps of Chennai on 03 May 2022, by Pranjali Hasotkar
Age group: 11-13 years
Activities: Adventure-based learning camp; outdoor challenges, archery, nature exploration, rock climbing
Email: [email protected]
Phone no: (+91) 991-074-4663
Inme & Youreka, previously known as Youreka, has camps in several cities pan India. The one in Tamil Nadu is at Yercaud is at a height of 5,100 feet. It has the unique distinction of being the highest permanent nature camp in South India. There are lots of exciting adventures at Inme (previously Youreka) Summer Camp 2022 with outdoorsy activities, a few challenges and explorations of a new place!
Age group: Class 7 to 12
Activities: Architecture, design and fashion
Address: AG-22, 4th Avenue Main Road, Shanthi Colony, Annanagar, Chennai
Phone: +91 96000 78100
The DEP offers children studying between classes 7 to 12 an option to channel their creativity and explore career options in architecture, design and fashion. They learn concept development of design, prototyping, ideation and presentation. The batches in Chennai are going to run from mid-April to mid-June. DQ Labs hosts an exhibition in the second week of July in which it showcases the work of its students over the past four weeks.
Age group: 1.5-8 years
Activities: Soccer, Baseball, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Cricket, Golf, Rugby, Tennis
Address 1: Ambattur Lions club middle school, PV Rajamannar Salai, KK Nagar.
Address 2: Seed Academy, No. 1, Kalyani Nagar, Kottivakkam, Chennai – 600041.
Address 3: Rangaswamy Street, Kothandam Nagar, Mugalivakkam, Porur, Chennai -116.
Phone: +91 98844 65047, +91 99160 24278, +91 9941400666
Sporty Beans is providing multi-sport programmes for children in a social, non-competitive team-based environment. The summer vacation camps help children break up the school holidays with plenty of skill-based sports, creative exploration and fun. The sessions are available in the mornings and evenings with lots of fun activities like art and craft, sponge painting, story-telling, sports-related quizzes and debates included in the day’s activities.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ThamizhMozhiKoodam
Activities: Tamil language training, Tamil culture, traditional development
Address: Door No 3, First Foor,23/10, Devanathan Road, Opposite Kamatchi Amman Super Market 600028, Chennai, India
Phone: +91 92821 33333
It is a unique organization which provides Tamil language training summer camps. They specialize in conducting summer camps for children which have Tamil read, write and speak workshop, Bharathiyar poems, Thirukkural and Tamil literature stories.
Children also learn through traditional word games, proverbs, riddles and more. They are given an opportunity to sing in a choir based on Indian ragas and based on the poetry of national poets like Iqbal, Tagore and Vallathol.
The Thamizh Kalai Koodam team share and train the kids on theatre skills, Voice modulation, Expression Exercise and a lot more.
Age group: 7+ years
Activities: Robotic mechanism, advanced robotics, robotic electronics, and robotic mission Address: 3 / 7, II Main Road, Indira Nagar, Adyar, 2nd Main Rd, Indira Nagar, Adyar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 044 3221 3000
Website: https://sproboticworks.com/robotics-coding-summer-camp-2022/chennai Email: [email protected]
Phone no: 1800-121-2135
This STEM-based course creates a fun environment for learning science. The program delivers coding + robotics with basic concepts like scratch programming. The children don’t need any prior knowledge of coding and can enrol at any age.
Let us know in the comments below if your child has experienced any other interesting summer camps in Chennai and if you would recommend them.
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