Winter Break and School's Out Camps

Winter Camp at Little Medical School

Spend Winter Break days at some of Little Medical School's most popular classes! Kick off 2020 in a healthy direction with sessions for kids on What's in the Doctor's Bag?, Nose-to-Tail Exam, and more. Led by trained instructors, Little Medical School Winter Camps include:

Calling All Future Doctors, Part 1: Thursday, Jan. 2, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Campers explore "What's In the Doctor's Bag? and First Aid/CPR just to start! Bring a sack lunch (please no peanut butter), snacks and a water bottle.

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Bricks 4 Kidz Winter Break Camp

Winter Break campers can enjoy some LEGO fun at Bricks 4 Kidz Winter Break Camp at Longview Farm Park in Town and Country. Kids will explore different kinds of LEGO builds, including motorized technic builds, games, and more. Children take home a custom made mini figure. 

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Winter Wonderland Camp at Rohan Woods School

Have winter break fun at Rohan Woods School's Winter Wonderland Camp! Kids will decorate cookies, throw a New Year's Eve Party, make holiday crafts and more. Space is limited and early sign up is recommended. Winter Wonderland Camp is for children age 2 through 6th grade and will be held December 23, 26, 27, 30,  31, and January 2-3 from 8:30 to 4 p.m. Sign up at rohanwoods.org or call 314-821-6270.

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BablerWiLD Winter Camp

Fill your child's winter break days with fun – BablerWiLD style! Campers will play outside finding fossils, building shelters, practicing their best camoflage, and take breaks to warm up inside with crafts, indoor "snowball" fights, games and much more! Camp is staffed by BablerWiLD summer counselors so you know it will be a great time! Camp fees include transportation from Stanton Elementary, Ellisville Elementary, or Pierremont Elementary, or kids can be dropped off at camp. Sign up for one day or two, but space is limited so sign up soon! 

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Miss Kelly's Gym Winter Camp Extravaganza

Miss Kelly's offers non-competitive, theme-based Winter camps that provide children an opportunity for fitness, fun and total development – not to mention a fantastic way to beat the chilly weather! All camps are gymnastics-based and feature a new, exciting theme each day! Themes include Winter Wonderland, Holiday Goofy Games, Pajama Jam, Winter Camping, Dinosaur Ice Age, New Year's Beach Bash, and Pirate & Mermaid Adventure. 

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Winter Break Camp at the Saint Louis Zoo

Kids can spend their Winter Break at the Zoo observing and learning about animals, how they are able to survive in extreme environments, what different animal species have in common and lots more. They'll also play games and tour the Zoo. Four sessions are available:

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Winter Break Camps at Artscope St. Louis

Winter Break camps at Artscope are a great way for kids to spend their days when school is not in session. Kids will make fabulous art projects, explore Tower Grove Park, play games, sing songs and make new friends. Camps are for kids in grades kindergarten through 5th grade. Each day has a different theme.

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Bring your family to enjoy a free movie at the Clayton Firehouse. Arrive early to explore the fire trucks and meet the firefighters.

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Emerson Family Saturdays at Craft Alliance
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At Emerson Family Saturdays at Craft Alliance, families create together in each of the Craft Alliance studios, exploring clay, fiber, metals and graphic arts. These free workshops are led my professional artists are for families with kids in kindergarten through grade 12. Registration is required. 

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