10 Interesting School Holiday Programmes to Send Your Kids To

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The long school holiday has just begun. While some parents are still working before they take a break for their family trips, why not keep your kids busy with these interesting school holiday programmes?

1) Confidence Building & Performance Workshop Using Poetry

This workshop aims to nurture and develop children’s writing and imagination through the magical world of poetry. The workshop will be conducted by Elaine Foster, a practiced writer and performer, who organises The KL Poetry Slam, Lit UpKL, an emerging and young writers festival and other spoken word events. She trained under Word Foward in Singapore where she taught children of all school ages.

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2) Art and Baking Courses

Lara’s Place offers a wide range of school holiday programmes cater to building creativity, team work, confidence, social skills, personal development and life skills. Activities include Story Cartooning, Chess, Drama, Lifetime Program F & B Cafe Project and Amazing Race Project, Junior Authors Program, Super Leaders, Science,  2D to 3D Art, Magicians, Electronics, 3D Modeling, Cooking/Baking, Sewing, Fashion Illustration, DIY Projects and Christmas Projects!

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3) Dance Classes

If your kids love dancing, check out this dance camp in KL. Organised by Joyclub Dance Academy, a performing arts school, this programme aims to teach your child all about the various types of dances and music. They will have their minds and hearts opened up with music and dances across cultures and years over 5 fun days.

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4) 4-day Brain Power Junior Programme

If you can’t decide what you should let your kids learn this holiday, you may want to consider registering them into this camp. The 4-day programme cover a wide range of activities such as Malaysian Cultural Theme, Jelic Brain Intelligence, Storytelling, Kids Yoga, cooking and banking as well as art and crafts. Your kids will definitely love it!

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5) English Workshop

For parents who are looking to give their child a head start, British Council offers a variety of holiday workshops sure to inspire the children. The workshops such as public speaking, confident writing, speech and drama are designed for young learners to build their confidence and develop their creativity and fine motor skills.

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6) Roller Staking Camp

Learning to skate is a fun and safe activity for anyone without age limit. Skate lessons help your children to avoid self-taught bad habits as well as common and potentially dangerous injuries. Let them join the Skateline’s skating camp which are conducted by professionally trained Inline Certification Program (ICP) instructors to learn the right and safe way to stake.

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7) Mobile App Development for Teenagers

Organised by Creative Tech Camp, an organisation with a simple mission to provide fun, exciting and hands-on technology education to young children outside of the typical classroom setting. This Advanced Mobile App Development Camp is for kids aged between 11 and 15, who has prerequisite knowledge of creating mobile apps using Google App Inventor. In this workshop, they get to learn about more complex and challenging coding, building apps to solve real world challenge.

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8) Financial Literacy Workshop

If you are looking for something to train your kid’s financial management skills, MoneyTree’s Financial Literacy Programme will be the workshop you are looking for. This programme aims at providing your kids with a clear ad practical approach to understand the basics of money, value of money and develop the right money habits for better financial future.

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9) Wilderness Skills Camp

If your kids love camping and outdoor activities, you should consider sending them to the Wilderness Skills Camp at Janda Baik. This programme focuses on team building, communication skills and appreciative of culture diversity.

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10) Robotics Crash Course

By joining the Robotics Crash Course, your children can improve their thinking skills, problem-solving skills and social skills through the fun-learning approach. Children will gain knowledge on S.T.E.M concepts, learning about gear ratios and be innovative to solve challenges and tasks!

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