Best Summer Camps For Children In Coimbatore
Go through this list of exclusive summer camps and decide how you want to engage your child this summer.
By Jasmine Kaur
Help your child beat the heat this summer with these interesting summer camp activities. From sports programming to an adventure in the Western Ghats, organisers have got a lot planned for your kids this year. Based on your child’s interests, choose the workshop and enrol right away.
Looking for some fun ways to keep your kids engaged during this lockdown? Here is a unique kid’s activity book to help you out!
Following are some of the summer camps in Coimbatore
1. Sporty Beans Traditional Sports Summer Camp
Ages: 4 to 8 years
Location: Ladies Club of R.S. Puram, 36/65 Arokiasamy St, R.S. Puram
Summer camp activities: Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Gillie Danda, Hopscotch, Marbles, Top (Bambaram), Blind Man’s Bluff, Football, Volleyball and Hockey.
Camp 1: 6 to 11 April
Camp 2: 13 to 18 April
Camp 3: 20 to 25 April
Camp 4: 27 April to 2 May
Contact: 98421 72235
About the camp: This camp introduces children to the concepts and skills involved in the traditional sports that have been played for generations. Friendly coaches and a positive play environment make this a fun-filled experience for the young ones.
2. Drobotics Summer Camp
Ages: 10 to 17 years
Location: Skywalk Drobotics, 65/66, 1st floor, Jay Towers, 8th Cross, Bharathi Park, NSR Road, Sai Baba Colony
Activities: Making drones based on STEM principles
Dates: 6 April to 30 May
Contact: +91 9790211002; www.skywalkdrobotics.com/summercamp20
About the camp: This summer camp follows the 6-step engineering learning process to build a drone and also helps kids develop foundational skills in aeronautics engineering, coding and problem solving. It also includes project-based learning, real-world STEM application, 100% practical learning, and hands-on drone coding & flying, in a positive and friendly learning environment.
3. Epitome Learning Centre
Ages: 4 to 15 years
Location: 20, D.B. Road, (opposite eye foundation), R.S. Puram
Summer camp activities: Games, language development, painting, robotics, art and craft, graphic design and so on.
Dates: Multiple dates through March to May
About the camp: The centre helps students with tuition and has opened itself for the summer to students looking to learn beyond school.
Fees: Rs. 3,000–5,000
4. SSB Coaching Academy- Coimbatore
Ages: 7 to 17 years
Location: Defence Academy Coimbatore A-11, VOC Nagar, Ganapathy Ma Nagar
Summer camp activities: Trekking, pitching tents, reading maps and navigation, learning about nature, etc.
Dates: 4 to 6 April
About the camp: This camp is for children who love adventure and aren’t afraid to rough it up a little and live without some of the modern luxuries. This camp will also help your child become more confident and bolder. The actual camp takes place in the Western Ghats.
Fees: Rs. 3,000
5. Sports Programming
Ages: 14 to 18 years
Location: Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita Nagar, Ettimadai
Activities: Learning about data structures, data science, competitive programming and so on.
Dates: 20 to 26 May
About the camp: This camp aims to teach students of class 10 and above about sports programming. However, the participants are expected to have knowledge of basic programming skills and mathematical logic.
Keep watching this space for more details on summer camps in your city. Pick one most suited for your child and help him have an educational and eventful summer.
About the author:
Written by Jasmine Kaur on 7 March 2019.
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