Many school districts are off September 25th for Rosh Hashanah, and others are of October 13 for Columbus Day. Some of these camps even offer programs for Teacher In-Service Days and Snow Days!
Check out these great camps:
The Franklin Institute’s Discovery Camps, Philadelphia
School may be out, but science is in at The Franklin Institute.
Sign up for their exciting camps where students Pre-K – 6 can let their inner scientist emerge!
Club La Maison, Wayne
A fun-filled neighborhood camp that gives your child exposure to many different types of activities such as sports, circle games, arts and crafts, a game room and swimming.
Riverbend Environmental Education Center, Gladwyn
Days when schools out, their year-round exploration camps offer a relaxed combination of hands-on activities, including hikes, stories, crafts, science experiments and free exploration.
Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia
Sept. 25: Hawk Mountain Field Trip: Hike in search of the season’s first migrants and see bald eagles, hawks, and falcons soaring above. You bring the hiking shoes, they’ll provide the binoculars.
The Handwork Studio
One day camps are designed to keep kids entertained and engaged while they learn something new and fun. Kids will leave with one or two completed projects. All supplies and materials included.
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