March Break Camps across the GTA

march break camps across gta

March Break is just around the corner. Get prepped now and register your child in one of these great camps.


Girls Learning Code Webmakers Camp

This camp focuses on introducing technology and coding to young girls—ages 9 to 12—as an empowering skillset. Camp goers will learn how to design and code websites, from HTML and CSS, to Pixlr and Mozilla Thimble, all with a focus on teamwork and entrepreneurship. Camp runs from 9:30-4 pm, with before and after care available.
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Comic Book Camp
Help your child’s wild imagination come to life with fantasy, superhero and comics-focused camp. For the week, children will get lessons and useful tips from art educators on how to create their own short comics and graphic novels. This camp is best for kids 8-12.
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Dance, Dance, Dance
If your kiddo (aged 5-7) loves to be on their feet, consider this Harbourfront Centre camp which teaches kids different styles of dance as well as stage presence and confidence. A recital will conclude the week of camp.
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Camp PawsWay
Have an animal lover in the family? Kids 7-10 years old can learn about everything cat and dog—from their origins to training techniques and health. There will be fun, pet-oriented activities, games, and art. Good to know: Children will be supervised at all times when interacting with the animals (participants are not allowed to bring their own pets).
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The Rock Oasis
Tire out your rambunctious little one with rock climbing this March Break. Available for half or full days, your little climber will be able to challenge themselves in a safe environment with experienced and qualified instructors on hand to both supervist and instruct in proper rock climbing safety. Good to know: Best for ages 6 and up.
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Drama Camp at Young People’s Theatre

Let them shine in the spotlight and have their voices heard through stories and skits of their own making. Good to know: There are two locations available—downtown and in North York—and campers at both locations will have the opportunity to take in performances by YPT. Downtown-based students will get to see Goodnight Moon; North York students will get one free ticket for any main stage production in the 2016 season.
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Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Come and get an up-close look of Ripley’s beautiful underwater world. Campers aged 5-10 years old will be able to observe, learn about, and even interact with aquatic life via a behind-the-scenes tour of the aquarium. They will also get to meet staff and learn about their day-to-day roles at the aquarium.
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System Fitness High Park
West-end kids with a serious case of ants in the pants will appreciate this movement-focused camp. Expect activities like kickboxing, yoga, sledding, and snow fort making, balanced out with arts and crafts. Best for ages 3-10.
For more information, contact or call 416-762-6262

Afterfour March Break Camp
Located in East York, Afterfour has a day camp that teaches children about science, math and technology through creative outlets like LEGO robotics, game creation, animation, film, and much more. If your child loves to create and complete something incredibly tactile from start to finish, this may be the right choice for them. The camp is targeted towards children ages 7-13.
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Aga Khan Museum March Break Camp
Your child can make new discoveries from around the world at Aga Khan Museum’s weeklong camp. Each day will be filled with new interactive activities and hands-on crafts for your child to enjoy. Topics will include Mythical Creatures, Tales of Wonder, Silk Route Explorers, and much more.
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Art Camp at Pencil Studio
Help your kids channel their inner Picasso with a camp that concentrates on visual art. From building sculptures to experimenting with abstract painting, each day at Pencil Studio has a different activity that can make their technical skills more precise and self-expressive. Two sessions will be offered, from March 7-11, or the 14-18. Pencil Studio offers a full or half day, and the fees include snacks.
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TAC Sports
Does your kiddo play tennis, soccer, or basketball? This March Break program offers all three, and has locations in Toronto, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, and Vaughan. Ages 4-14 are welcome to attend.
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Mississauga, ON

Therapeutic Arts Program
Designed for kids aged 4 up to teens, this therapeutic arts program is for kids on the autism spectrum and with special needs. It provides a space for learning social skills, learning about art (visual art, music, dance and movement, yoga, cooking, sports, drama and horticulture), as well as processing and understanding feelings and making friends. There will also be some indoor and outdoor play and sports. Half days and drop-in spots available.
More info here: or contact Margaret Guzowski, 289 952 2640,

The Living Arts Centre

Get your child to explore their creative side with The Living Arts Centre this March Break. Camps are geared for ages 6 and up, and offer a wide range of options in the visual and performing arts. Students will be taught in a studio group setting by experienced artists and educators.
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Home Chef Cooking Camp
From Parisian classics to authentic Italian, your child can learn the beauty of cuisine and become an expert in the kitchen. For ages 8-15, Home Chef has three awesome cooking camps for kids to learn about ingredients, methods, try their hands at making a new dish—and of course—eat their finished creations.
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Burlington, ON

Monkeynastix Camp Program
If your child is extremely active and loves to push the bar, this camp may be the right choice. For children aged 3-12 years old, this camp offers upbeat activities, sport development, and arts and crafts.
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Hockey Camp
Whether they’re new to the sport or just want to log more rink time, enrol them in the Hockey Camp at River Oaks Community Centre. The camp is divided by ages (6-13 years). Good to know: campers are required to bring their own equipment and have basic skating skills.
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March Break Camp at the Oakville Museum

The Oakville Museum offers an art camp for kids ages 6-10. Each day has a different theme and activity, ranging from sculpting with paper-mâché, to using watercolour. This camp is a great option for children who want to explore and get hands-on experience in various styles of art. Supervised extended care is also offered before and after the daily program, for $10 each day.
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Beetle Bugs
This camp has a variety of themed-days where young kids can make hands-on crafts, play fun games, or be entertained by special guests. It is targeted for children ages 4-5, and it is located at the Glen Abbey Community Centre.
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And to find even more day camps for kids in Toronto, check out Help! We’ve Got Kids.



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