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Keep the Kids Busy with these Fun Winter Camps

Winter Camps

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Attending a winter break camp in Milton and Oakville is a surefire way to keep the kids entertained while they aren’t in school. Martial arts camps like those offered at Dragon Taekwondo are perfect for keeping kids active, social, and in a safe environment over winter break!

But what if you can’t send them to camp or need some more fun activities to bond with your children over? We have some great winter holiday camp ideas you can do from home with your kids. (sportslogohistory.com)

Homemade Holiday Cards

You can knock something off your list and give your kids a creative outlet with homemade holiday cards. There is a certain charm to a card made by a child that you just can’t get at a store. If your children can’t write legibly yet, consider writing the card first and then letting them add sparkles, shapes, pom-poms, and other arts and crafts flourishes.

Snowman Making with Accessories

Snowman and snowwoman making is a staple activity of many winter holiday camps. If there is snow on the ground, why not make snow people with your children? You can make it a much more exciting activity by adding accessories to your snow people, beyond just a carrot nose and button eyes. Try these:

  • Scarves
  • Hats
  • Old jackets
  • Old shoes
  • Marbles
  • Stones
  • Blocks
  • Brooms
  • Shovels

Snow Glow Paint

If you have artsy children who miss putting chalk on the sidewalk, they will love using glow paint on the snow. You can make this paint from any neon paint, diluted with water, as long as you have blacklight flashlights. It’s like bringing a bit of the northern lights to your backyard, plus an interesting art project.

Indoor Igloos  

If it is getting a bit too cold for your children to be spending much time outside, you can bring the joy of making igloos and snow forts inside. Sugar cubes make great faux chunks of snow, and you can use them to build miniature igloos. Add some playdoh and your kids can add color and interest to the scene too.

Winter Reading

There are plenty of winter-themed books that will give your kids that winter camp-themed experience too. Try “The Mitten” by Jan Brett or “Walking in a Winter Wonderland” by Richard B. Smith.

Winter Break Camps Near Me

Ready to get the winter break camp experience for your kids? At Dragon Taekwondo we host winter break camps near you in Milton and Oakville. Reach out now to enroll your kids in our camp for this holiday season.