No morning routine…leave the lunch boxes behind…forget the carpool line…it’s almost spring break! And while days of leisure sure sound great, work, daily life, and just keeping the peace in the house may demand a little more structure than a week-long break offers.
Fear not, mom. There are a lot of opportunities for kid-sized entertainment with the spring break camps offered around the Queen City. Check out these spots for one day or the entire week!
Full-day camps with a variety of themes offered March 25 - April 1 for students in grades K-5.
Never miss a local story.
All Camps run 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM and are held at Discovery Place in uptown Charlotte. Sign up for individual days or a whole week of fun and learning. http://www.discoveryplace.org/events/event/176/Spring-Break-Camps-are-back
Full-day mini-camps with different themes for students grades K-6. Theatre experiences based on children’s literature that features storytelling, drama, art and music activities at Imaginon in Uptown Charlotte. Mini-camps run from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM. www.ctcharlotte.org
Whip up some fun in the kitchen at Flour Power Cooking Studio. Camp runs 8:30 AM - 4PM for kids ages 5 - 12.
Kids ages 3-10 years create crafts, play games, and more while completing a different set of theme-based projects at the Ballantyne Studio during 2 hour morning or 3 hour afternoon camps . http://www.noahs-art.com/spring-break-camps-bal/
Morning and afternoon camps where kids ages 2 1/2 - 11 enjoy non-stop action playing games, relays, obstacle courses, gymnastics and more. Choose the combo class with Noah’s Art for a full afternoon of art and action.
Small Hands Big Art
Half-day mixed media camps for ages 4-14 in their Blakeney art studio. http://www.smallhandsbigart.com/programs/camps/
Fun and games for boys and girls ages 6-13. Limited instruction with the main emphasis on having fun while playing all the Games, Activities, Attractions and Sports available. Hosted at both the Northlake and Ballantyne locations from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.