Have you thought about what you want your kids to be doing this March Break?
I am not one of those organized parents that had their children signed up for March Break camps back in January. I will most likely be calling around this week trying to find a couple of morning activities that aren`t yet full. Although my kids are not doing any week-long camps this year, I am very impressed with the selection of camps in the Niagara Region, as well as the amount of great activities and programs offered throughout the week.
Whether you choose a full week of camp or a couple of drop-in programs, there is definitely a lot to choose from! If your child has an interest in something specific, such as art or gymnastics, a specific camp might be the way to go. If your child doesn’t have any particular interests or you’re afraid to commit to a whole week of something specific in case they don’t like it, maybe a more general camp would be a better fit. If your child is used to being in daycare or school, or you need the child care, you might want to choose a full week of camp. If you’re not sure how your child will cope with a new environment, or you want to spend some quiet days at home with them, you might want to try one or two days of camp or maybe a couple of half day programs.
Whatever you decide, your child will likely have a blast. They will gain self-confidence and independence, as they experience new things and make new friends. They’ll come home eager to tell you all about it and maybe even be exhausted by bedtime!
Here is our list of March Break Camps in Niagara.