Ski Week February Camps
Some East Bay schools have February school break around Presidents Day. Whether you call it ‘ski week’ or ‘mid-winter recess’, if you have to work when the kids are out of school, we got you. Here are some options, along with pricing for a la carte days for those in need of East Bay Presidents Day break camps.
Includes a wide variety of activities to keep kids moving: inflatables, basketball, dodgeball, kickball, arts and crafts, NERF®, Laser Tag, and LEGO®. Each camp features a different fun theme. Lunch and snacks included. Ages 5-14.
Art, cooking (organic, Kosher options), group games and basketball, board games, LEGOs and bubbles, plus special weekly fun with face painting with professional painter, bounce jump house or Carnival games with prizes. Ages 4.5-10, with youth leaders 11+. Locally grown and operated, 20 years in the Bay, certified green business.
Trackers camps offer real skills woven into outdoor adventures. Learn fun wilderness and folk crafts; or take part in a role-playing story, developing new skills; or stealth on a mission and practice woodcarving. One-day camps with options for Grades PreK-12, and affordable after care.
Campers work in a variety of jewelry techniques: clay, metal, etching along with other art projects (mosaics, soap making, sculpture!). For ages 5 to 13.
Every school holiday focuses on a different art media (painting, sculpture, drawing, cartooning, mixed media) paired with eco-themes related to clean air, single use plastics and alternative energy, etc. The campers use their skills to do good in the world. Ages 5 to 11.
Campers, ages 3 through 12, are lead through a series of projects & activities that explore three important facets of being a strong, healthy gymnast: skill, mental fortitude, and nutrition.
Structured gymnastics lessons, arts & crafts, fun and friends
For ages 3-5 (2 hour) or 6-10 (mornings), campers will build skills and confidence while playing soccer with their friends. All skill levels welcome.
In this fun day camp students work on a project of their choice, which costs a bit extra for materials. There are many choices, including tote bags, hats, and dresses. Drop-ins welcome. Ages 8 to 16.
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