During the school holiday season, usually children’s routine will change. However, this change in routine will affect their eating and activity habits. If you let your kids sit down on the sofa and stare at the screen all day, they will be less active, and it might not be a great idea for them. That is why, today we are going to try and find something to keep kids active during holiday!
There are many things you can do, especially with no or low cost such as:
- Take a walk around the neighborhood
- Do physical activities such as rope jumping or kite flying.
- Helping you do carwash
- Take your kids to do grocery shopping
While there might be benefits in doing activities such as above, there is actually another activity that could keep kids active during the holiday, and that is Holiday Camps!
But what is Holiday Camps? Holiday Camps are basically a place where your kids can learn more about their interests and study about things directly from their very passionate mentors. Not only that, your kids might also meet new friends that share the same interests as them.
Now, without further ado, here are a few holiday camps recommendations from us
Merry Riana Learning Center already had their own staple holiday program targeted to kids around the age of 8 to 19 years old. This holiday program offered 3 main programs to keep kids active during the holiday, and they are:
- Holiday Program Public Speaking
- Holiday Program Smart Learning
- Holiday Program Life & Success
This holiday program will be held from the 2nd to the 8th of January 2020 in Merry Riana Learning Centre in Puri Indah, Kelapa Gading, BSD, Permata Hijau, Taman Palem, and Banjar Wijaya. During this program, your kids will get:
- Full day Workshop for 7 days
- Free lunch & snacks for 7 days
- Public Speaking, Smart Learning, and Life & Success techniques
- Learning by using Experiential Learning Technologies
If you are interested in enrolling your kids in this holiday camp, you can register here.
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If your kids are very imaginative, they might love spending their holiday in “Engineering for Kids”. On this camp, your kids will learn about science and math, but not in a way they are taught at school, but instead with hands-on experience.
Their Winter Camp will take place from December 2019 to January 2020, and it will have so many fun activities such as: Themepark Designers, Robotics Fun Theme Park, Minecraft Theme Park mania, Frozen World, Arcade Challenge, and Video Game Design course.
If you are interested in letting your kids enroll on this Holiday Camp, you can contact them on their social media here.
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If you want to keep kids active during the holiday while still letting them have fun, then this place is the answer you are searching for! In this holiday camp, your kids will be able to learn the combination of engineering and architecture. However, the way they are learning is by using LEGO Bricks!
This time, they are having a Winter Camp they held from 9 December 2019 to 17 January 2020. This camp is divided into 2 kinds: Junior Builder for kids between 3 and 4 years old, and Technic Builder for kids between 5 to 13 years old. Each of this camp has their own themes that will definitely keep your kids engaged.
Those are 3 picks from us if you want to keep kids active during the holiday. Do you have another idea to do so? What are the things you usually do with them to make them stay active? Leave us comments on the comment section below!
Another way you can keep kids active during the holiday is by doing fun activities with them. This time, there is actually an activity that fits the season: Creating your own snow globes! By creating their own snow globes, you are letting their imagination run free!
Picture credit: Mason Jar Craft
This time, we are going to create a Snow Globe with instructions taken from Mason Jar Craft. However, you might need to help them, especially as you create the band around the jar and around the car. Obviously, the car can be replaced by anything your kids love.
Let them be creative with what objects they are putting inside the jar!