Spring Break Camps

Spring Break Camp at the Saint Louis Zoo: A Sense of Adventure

Spend part of your Spring Break at the Saint Louis Zoo! Observe and learn about animals, get a sense of how they survive in the wild, and learn how you can help! Participants will enjoy animal-related games, crafts and hands-on activities that focus on the five senses. Participants can register for only one session. Camps are limited to 40 participants per session. 

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Jedi Engineering Spring Break Camps from Play-Well TEKnologies

Kids can work on their Jedi Engineering skills at Jedi Engineering with LEGO® Materials camps from Play-Well TEKnologies. Young jedis ages 5-7 can take part in an introductory engineering course, exploring engineering principles by designing and building projects such as X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults and more from a galaxy far, far away! Jedi Masters ages 8-12 will explore and build more advanced concepts, such as gear trains, worm drives, pod racers, star destroyers and more.

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Ultimate Ninjas Spring Break Camp

Looking for something AMAZING to offer your kids over Spring Break? Send them to Ultimate Ninjas Camp, where they will learn how to tackle obstacles as seen in the hit TV show American Ninja Warrior. At Ultimate Ninjas, we instill self-confidence, acceptance, and a true hunger for tackling obstacles with a positive mindset. The best part: we have a BLAST doing it! Led by 3-time American Ninja Warrior competitor Kirsti Pratt, you won't find a more positive environment where kids are valued for exactly who they are, and discover what they are uniquely capable of achieving. 

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Spring Break Camp at Yucandu Art Studio

Spend Spring Break at Yucandu Art Studio in Webster Groves! Campers will enjoy four days of paint, mosaics and FUN! Projects include painted bird houses, mosaic stepping stones, miniature clay gardens, mosaic photo holders and photo collages on cigar box lids. 

Spring Break Camp at Yucandu Art Studio is for kids in kindergarten through 5th grade. Camp will be held March 18-21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For more information and to register online, go to yucandu.com


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School of Rock Spring Break Rock Camp

Beginner students age 6-11 are invited to celebrate Spring Break at School of Rock by learning real rock songs on the instrument of their choice and ultimately performing live on stage on Friday! No instruments or experience required. There will be a pizza party on Friday as well. Spring Break Camp at School of Rock will be held March 18-22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. To enroll online, go to schoolofrock.com.

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Mad Science Mad Inventors Camp and Red Hot Robots Camp

Mad Science of St. Louis offers two camps during Spring Break: Mad Inventors Camp and Red Hot Robots Camp for kids in grades 2 though 5. Hurry to sign up as these full-day camps fill fast! At Mad Science Mad Inventors Camp, camp is designed by kids – the inventors! Each day, campers will be given a series of challenges they must overcome using basic materials, simple machines, tips from world famous inventors and the most important thing of all – their minds.

Red Hot Robots Camp is a week of fun with amazing robots! Campers will learn about the uses of robots in our world and spend time experimenting with super cool red hot robots. They'll experiment with sound sensing robots, line-tracking robots, and more! 

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