Looking for some great Winter Break Camps for the kiddos? If you have to work or just need some extra time to finish up all of the Holiday prepping, check out these camps happening that will keep the kids happy while you maintain your sanity!
Winter Break Camps in Birmingham
December 23rd, 27th, 30th and January 2nd-3rd | 8:30 – 3:30
Zoo Camps are educational and encourage active learning through games, crafts, age-appropriate explorations, and special encounters with a variety of our resident animals. Rich in STEM-based explorations, these camps engage the natural curiosity of a child and allow ample opportunity to practice critical emerging science skills. Learning has never been so much FUN!
Blockout Volleyball Academy
December 21st and 22nd, 27th, 28th and 29th
Middle school and Highschool camps, for various skills and levels. See registration link for full details
Homewood Rec Center
December 23rd, 26th & 27th, 30th & 31st | January 2nd and 3rd
December 30 and 31st | January 1-3
Winter Break for Beginners. For students 6-9 years old who have little or no experience with music and may be wondering which instrument is right for them, Mason Music offers a half-day music camp during winter break. This camp allows each student to learn how to sing and play instruments like the guitar, piano, drums and violin.
McWane Science Center
December 30th – January 3rd | Morning Camps for 4K – Kindergarten | Full Day Camps for 1st – 6th
McWane Science Center camps provide child-directed, inquiry-based learning through hands-on activities, designed to boost curiosity, STEM skills, and critical thinking. Campers participate in engaging educational activities, explore the museum’s exhibits, and experience how much fun active learning can be. Each camp is designed for the skill level of the age group and we ask that grade levels be observed. Enrollment is limited to ensure a quality experience. Registrants may attend only those camps for which they are registered. Registrations are not transferable.
December 20th, and 23rd. January 2nd and 3rd
UAB day camps are designed for parents who have to work while their children are out of school. Children have the opportunity to explore adventure sports, create exciting crafts, dive into aquatic activities, or participate in anything else UAB Campus Recreation has to offer — all under one roof. The camp schedule is from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. and is available to children 5-12 years of age. Snacks are provided, but campers need to provide their own lunch. The cost per day for UAB affiliates is $40 per child, and $50 for non-UAB affiliates.
Multiple Dates and Various YMCA Locations in Birmingham
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