November 28, 2022

How to Choose a Holiday Camp in Singapore for your Child

How to Choose a Holiday Camp in Singapore for your Child

It is almost the end of the year. Children are in their school term 4. In a few weeks, the year-end school holiday begins and parents love to find holiday camps for their children. As a mom, I am also on the look for holiday activities for my child other than planning an overseas trip. Fortunately, in Singapore, parents can easily choose a holiday camp for their children to attend. It can be an art workshop, Lego holiday camp, autumn camp, or even a kids’ adventure camp. There are many choices available. Check this  https://maker.sg/autumn-camp to know more about holiday camps that help children to learn about Robotics, coding, and maker projects. If your child is an inventor, choosing a holiday camp like this will help them to learn more about their interesting topics. Therefore it is important to know how to choose a holiday camp in Singapore for your child.

Choose a Holiday Camp in Singapore for your Child

Well, we already know that there are many holiday camps available. But, how do you choose the most suitable camp? Here in this post, I like to list out some of the tips to choose the right holiday workshop or camp for your children that add more fun and education to little minds.

Why it is important to choose the right holiday camp?

You may think that choosing a holiday camp for children is a simple and fun activity. But, after all, it is your children who attend the camp. They should be in a safe environment during the camp duration. On the other hand, children should learn something valuable for them instead of just having fun. In Singapore, there are many holiday camps available. But, choosing the right camp that suits your children’s knowledge level and age may not be an easy task. If you choose the wrong holiday camp, it may end up with a disaster and your child may not happy. These are some of the reasons to spend time finding the most suitable holiday camp in Singapore even before the school holidays begin.

How to choose a holiday camp in Singapore for children

Pay attention to your child’s interests

Choose a Holiday Camp in Singapore for your Child

Before choosing a holiday camp. The most important thing to know is your child’s interest. If your child doesn’t like arts and crafts, don’t register him for an art workshop. On the other hand, if your child loves robotics and coding, help him to learn more about these by choosing robotics or a STEM workshop. By choosing a matching camp, you can help your child to spend happily while learning new things.

Choose age-appropriate programs

How to Choose a Holiday Camp in Singapore for your Child

Age is another important thing to consider before you choose a holiday program for your child. Most of the camps provide an age range for the participants. Therefore, you can easily identify age-appropriate school holiday camps.

Check the activities and camp plan

It is important to understand the activities offered by the providers. Check the camp plan to understand their camp schedule. In this way, you know what your children are doing during the camp. If you can see a well-organized camp plan, then you know the organizers have paid attention to children’s activities to provide the most benefits to the campers.

Don’t ignore the safety and facilities

Safety of premises is very important. Group size is another important thing to consider as children may not get the right attention in a large-sized group. Other than that, check the food choices and other facilities that your children receive during the camp. After all, a holiday camp should be an interesting place for kids to spend a few days in their activities.

Above are some of my tips for choosing a holiday camp for children in Singapore. Do you know any other important tips? Please share as a comment below.

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi is the founder of this blog where she shares her parenting and lifestyle experiences. She is an engineer and a trainer who works in the construction industry. She is the founder of Sihela Consultants.(www.sihelaconsultants.com)

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