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These summer camps in Delhi and the broader NCR region will have something to suit every child's tastes - check them out and take your pick.
At a loss for how to engage your kids this summer? These summer camps in Delhi and the broader NCR region will have something to suit every child’s tastes – check them out and take your pick.
Updated with the latest summer camps of Delhi & NCR on May 10, 2022, by Pranjali Hasotkar
With the scorching summer sun, kids and their parents need a respite from the heat and monotony. Summer camps in Delhi and Gurgaon offer a wide range of creative and fun activities for different age groups to keep children engaged in meaningful pursuits and learn valuable skills.
Here is the list of summer camps running in Delhi and NCR this year – take your pick depending on convenience and whatever meets your child’s tastes.
Age group: 7-15 years
Activities: Calligraphy, cartoon making, Sketching, watercolour, Canvas
Address: D-19, South Extn-1, New Delhi–49
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thearthubdelhi/
Phone: +91 99580 92281, +91 98106 88074
Email: [email protected]
Express your creativity during the summers at the Art World workshop being organized by the Art Hub. Basic guidance is provided on scale, tone, composition and perspective in sketching and drawing. Children are encouraged to experiment with different mediums of art in a non-competitive environment. Children are encouraged to be themselves and let their creativity flow.
Age group: 8-16 years
Activities: Game development workshop, coding, programming, sequencing, loops, conditionals
Address: CodingZen, C50, Greater Kailash I, Adjacent to Madhuban Hotel, GD Goenka Lab, Petite Building, New Delhi
Facebook page: http://www.codingzen.in/
Phone: +91 99584 05905, +91 88002 23387
Coding is an important literacy skill today that every child needs to learn almost as a second language. In this course, children get to understand the basics of coding while creating their animations, games and stories.
The Coding Zen Academy also offers intensive workshops in web and mobile app development as well as STEM-related courses for encouraging entrepreneurship and creativity.
Age group: different age groups
Activities: Bollywood dancing, jazz, hip hop and other forms of dance
Address: 40 Block K Jungpura Extension, Jangpura, New Delhi-110014
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StanceDanceStudio/
Phone: +91 85279 10123, 011 4354 7655
Every summer the dance studio organizes a camp where they invite internationally acclaimed dancers to teach. They teach multiple forms of dance like hip hop, Zumba, jazz and Bollywood. Classes are held in Noida and Gurgaon as well. The classes are held for beginner to advanced levels.
Age group: 5-10 years, 11-14 years, 15-19 years
Activities: social grace, etiquettes, table manners, body language, personality development, and public speaking.
Address: B-495, New Friends Colony, New Delhi 110025
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/priawarrickfinishingschool
Phone: +91 98107 37774 , 011 4162 7165
Summer break is here and it brings the opportunity to groom oneself and learn skills beyond academics. The summer camp combines a ‘fun with learning’ approach for learning table manners, body language, public speaking, social etiquette and other behavioural skills. It helps children to upgrade their social skills, gain confidence, learn social etiquette improve communication and learn the art of handling difficult social situations.
Age group: 4-7 years, 8-14 years
Activities: Dance, product design, cooking without flames, robotics with lego, swimming, aeromodelling
Address: Sector 100, Noida-201301
Facebook page: @PathwaysSchoolNoida
Phone: +91 120 461 7000, +91 95601 78222
The annual summer programme, Pathways Rediscovering Minds, comes back in a brand-new avatar this time. In addition to several creative arts and sports classes, Pathways is also conducting a special workshop in Aeromodelling.
This unique two-week programme has been conceptualized to teach children the basics of aeromodelling and showcase their creations to their parents at the end of the camp cycle.
Age group: 7-14 years
Activities: Preparatory period (fitness drills), Specific Training (endurance run for stamina), Skill development (Sprints, Jumps, Throws, Relay)
Address: Lodhi Road, Lodhi Gardens, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi 110003
Sketchers India is conducting a camp that teaches kids fitness and well being with the help of age-appropriate drills and exercises. The camp is in six cities in the country and has 30 days of training and sessions.
The camp schedule begins with basic strength development exercises based on personal bodyweight exercises and goes on to specific training and athletic skill development. It is a fun and exciting way of learning sports in the company of friends and peers.
Age group: all school students (can be enquired at the centre)
Activities: Cloud computing, Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Data Analytics, Project Work
Address: Workshops to be held at IIT Delhi.
Phone: +91 971 821 4767, +91 120 426 1287
The summer camp is a four-week intensive internship and training program in association with Rendezvous at IIT Delhi. It provides hands-on practical lab experience, and interaction with industry experts, and provides Summer Internship Certificate.
Image Source: Stills from mentioned summer camps websites
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