Spring Break Camps & Fun

Spring Break Camps & Fun

by Susan Neuhalfen

During spring break vacation your kiddos can get bored, and when they get bored. . . well you know the rest. Luckily, the Lantana Community Association is planning a kid’s activity schedule for every day of the week of Spring Break. If you have to work, it’s a fantastic way for your children to engage in enriching activities while they are out of school. If you also manage to get some free time while they are at a camp, even better! Enjoy some time alone and get re-energized for when they return. Here are some other Spring Break Day Camps that are offering events for the kiddos.

3000 Waketon Rd., Flower Mound

They will have camps every day during Spring Break. For ages 2.5-5, parents may choose either a morning or afternoon half day of fun for the little one. For ages 5-12 children, parents may choose to go half day or full day either in the morning or afternoon. This is a place where they can truly get that energy out and you don’t have to worry about the weather. For more information go to winkids.net.

AquaKids Flower Mound
3409 Cross Timbers Rd., Flower Mound

AquaKids will be holding an open swim Monday through Friday from 1-3pm for kids ages 3+. If your child is under 3, an adult must swim with the child. They also have private lesson mini camp every day M-F offered during Mornings, afternoons and evenings. Lots more information is available on their website at aquakids.com.

Hoop Hunter Basketball
10600 Durham Rd., Roanoke

This is a great basketball game for kids from 2nd grade through 12th grade. There are two 2-day camps offered as follows:
Monday and Tuesday March 12-13
8am-10am: 2nd- 3rd graders co-ed
10:15am–12:15pm: 4th – 5th graders co-ed
Wednesday and Thursday March 14-15
8am-10am: 7th -12th grade boys
10:15am-12:15pm: 7th -12th grade girls
Participants will learn everything from the rules of the game (for the younger kids) to advanced ball handling to competitive play. Go to hoophunter.com for more details and to sign up.

Flower Mound Community Center
1200 Gerault Rd., Flower Mound

Explorer Camp: 1st- 5th graders:
Adventure Camp: 6th- 8th graders
Every day from 7a-6pm there will be activities galore for these kids. They will swim, play games, have gym time and do arts and crafts. Adventure Campers go on field trips every day. To sign up go to the website at flower-mound.com/cac or go to the address listed above.

Studio Art House
6100 Long Prairie Rd., Ste. 800

If you have an artsy kid on your hands this is the perfect camp. During Spring Break they offer half day camps and week long camps for ages 5-16 both in the morning and afternoon. There are too many different activities on different days to list. Just go to Studioarthouse.com click on camps and then the Flower Mound campus.

Spring Break Natural Discovery Camp 2018
Bob Jones Nature Center
355 Bob Jones Rd., Southlake

Ages 5-6, 7-9, and 10-12
Tuesday, March 13 at 10:00 AM – Thursday, March 15 at 2:00 PM 
The focus at this camp is on studying the Wild Turkey, Nine-Banded Armadillo, and Texas Spiny Lizard. Kids will learn about the animal groups they belong to, all while making nature art, playing fun outdoor games, exploring the pond, and experiencing a live animal presentation from a special guest. Register at BJNC.org.

Lantana Taekwondo
2650 FM 407 Ste. 110,
Bartonville (Town Center)

This is a great opportunity for the kiddos to enjoy some good exercise. They will be offering weapons training and martial arts training every day during Spring Break. They open as early as 8 and close as late as 4. The camp is from 9-3 every day and they will also have a craft for the kids. Call, check out their Facebook page or stop by to sign up. Kids ages 5-11.

Denton Parks and Rec
321 E. McKinney St., Denton

All-day camps are available during Spring Break. There are five camps to choose from: Game-A-Rama, Into the Deep, Shoot for the Stars, Splish Splash and Sports Spectacular. To find out more go on their website at www.cityofdenton.com and click on departments, go to Parks and Rec and then click on camps and childcare.

Lionheart Children’s Academy at Cross Timbers Church

This licensed daycare facility is open from 6:30am until 6:30pm. They will have activities and crafts for any kids currently enrolled in public school K-12. They will also have 1-2 field trips and lots of
fun activities.

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