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Kids Activities for the Summer of 2012

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    Kids Activities for the Summer of 2012

    We've published a new article called 2012 Summer Activities for Active Kids.




    Summer is fast approaching and with every day that passes school children inch closer and closer to freedom. The summer is as good a time as any to be idle, but with so many amazing summer options you’d be crazy not to get your kids involved in a few of these awesome summer activities. Not only would the youngsters be out of your hair for at least a couple hours each day, they might just end up having the best summer vacation ever... (Read More)

    Have a good summer activity to suggest? Share your ideas and recommendations with us! (no spam please)
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    Discovery Dome HK is doing Astro-Camp at the Aberdeen Marina Club and the Ladies Recreation Club in early July for kids aged 6-11 who fancy learning about astronomy, making lots of exciting things and watching some starry night shows and full dome movies. They have a portable inflatable planetarium that usually is used for curriculum days in schools and their after school Astro-Clubs.

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    some more options

    Quote Originally Posted by HowardCoombs
    Dragonfly is an outfit that does a lot of work with schools : setting up their camp programmes and similar. One of my kids attended one of their school camps and enjoyed it a lot. They are doing a bunch of HK as well as China trips this summer:
    Dragonfly | Outdoor Adventure Based Learning!

    English Adventures Home have some summer courses for youngsters as well.

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    Glamor Ballet School is good choice for ballet and jazz. They offer Summer Dance Camp which your girls and boys could do both dances in the camp. Teachers are professional, students are well-behaved. My girls did that in last year, they enjoyed much and have lots of fun with their friends. The facilities are well equipped!


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    Noah's Ark on Ma Wan Island (20 min ferry from Central and 10 min bus from Tsing Yi) has summer camps.

    5 days/week, 8:30-3pm, lunch included, both indoor and outdoor activities

    I've sent my son there a total of 3 times during winter, spring and summer breaks.

    Absolutely loves it each time! It's run by YMCA.

    Sent from my GT-N7105 using GeoClicks mobile app


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    Try YMCA camp. They offer various full-day camps (drama camp, science camp, sport camp...etc). The camp will be facilitated in English. The kids have a lot of fun!