Spring Break is on its way – what are you planning for your kids? While it’s a holiday for your children, it might not be a holiday for you. That’s why Spring Break camps are so great – camp leaders take care of all the details for you! We know that one size does not fit all and that’s why we’ve come up with the top Spring Break camps in San Jose and the South Bay area. There’s art, sports, games, magic and more fun to be had!
Here is our Top Spring Break Camps in San Jose and the South Bay area:
Located in Santa Clara, Starting Arts is a non-profit whose mission is to promote and preserve quality arts education in public schools. This year Starting Arts offers 2 weeks of Spring Break Camps for kindergarten-to grade 5-aged kids, where kids practice performing and visual arts. Click for more info . . .
For your very young ones (K to 5), this camp at the Berryessa Community Center is perfect. Kids participate in all kinds of fun games, sports and creative arts projects. After camp care is available and a newsletter will be provided on the first day of camp. Click for more info . . .
There are a number of racquet sport programs for young athletes at the Cupertino Sports Center for Spring Break for kids aged 4 and up. Pick up your racquet of choice and join in on one of the tennis or badminton and table tennis camps. At their Junior Improvement Match Play camps kids improve their skills through friendly competition! Click for more info . . .
Have a mean arm? Try ping pong with Swan Ping Pong in Sunnyvale. Coach Fangxian Yi was a member of the Chinese National Team! Swan Ping Pong offer half-and full-day programs that teach ping pong, or table tennis as it’s also known, in a “friendly competition” environment. You can also train with a robot! Click for more info . . .
Kids aged 7 to 11 can practice wizardry at the Magic Wizards Spring Break Camp in Sunnyvale! They will learn a variety of magic tricks, including mind-reading, optical illusions, basic sleight-of-hand and made or manufactured tricks. How fun does that sound! Click for more info . . .
Students aged 6-18 code apps, design video games, mod with Minecraft, engineer robots, build websites, product movies, create wearable electronics, and more. They meet new friends and gain a competitive edge for school and future STEM careers.
Programs are held in Santa Clara and San Jose.