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for kids 11 years old and over:
Does your kid want to care for younger children? Do they want to earn some extra money?
Participants learn how to run a small babysitting business and how to supervise younger siblings or other children in a safe and responsible manner. Aspiring babysitters also learn basic first aid skills. 

Image by Marília Castelli

Coding with Arduino

Coding is life! If your kid is creative and eager to develop some technical skills and see things getting created from scratch, then this is a great opportunity for her/him to explore themselves

(Grades 3-6)



Is your kid passionate about building things from scratch and learning more about Engineering techniques! Let's build some models together!

(Grades 3-6)

Stones on Mosaic Bowl


The ancient art of Mosaics dates all the way back to 3rd century BC, but is still very relevant, beautiful and fun in this all new Lighthouse Camp activity! This is a great opportunity to learn and to create lasting art!

(Grades 3-6)

kid working on robotics project


Has your child always wanted to build a robot? Well this is their chance! By picking Robotics your child will create their very own robot, which they can take home with them once it's completed.

(Grades 3-6)

camp kids playing soccer with coach


The soccer activity offers your child the opportunity to hone their soccer skills. They will also gain valuable life skills like confidence, teamwork and leadership.

(Grades 3-6)

Cupcake Icing

Baking & Cake Decoration

Master the arts of baking in this new Lighthouse Camp activity! Explore the sugar arts, and decorate your baked goods too!

(Grades 3-6)

toddler helping in kitchen


This is your son or daughter's chance to explore their inner chef. Everyday your child will learn how to cook a new savory or sweet dish. No need to cook dinner during the camp, as they will take it home and share it with you.

(Grades 1-6)

Young Gymnast

Fitness & Gymnastics

Setting the right foundation for lifelong dedication to health and exercise can be very beneficial to young people. Campers will be active in daily exercise which will combine strength-training, flexibility, speed work and conditioning in measures that are appropriate for the age, abilities and interests of each participant.
(Grades 1-6)

Ping Pong Paddle

Ping Pong

Ready for a fast match of the classical game of Ping Pong, also well known as Table Tennis? Then this is the perfect activity! Come challenge, be challenged as well as learn and practice.

(Grades 3-6)

Owl pillow a sewing creation


Experience a full week of sewing with 2 take home projects, learn the hand-stitching and basic machine-stitching techniques.

(Grades 3-6)

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Mechanical Lego

Kids can learn as they play and explore their passion for engineering with detailed LEGO Technic designs.

(Grades 1-2)

Basketball Game


The Basketball activity will provide participants the opportunity to learn fundamental basketball skills including dribbling, shooting, defending, lay-ups and strategy, while also developing team building and sportsmanship skills in a fun atmosphere.

(Grades 3-6)

camp kids showing their arts and crats creations

DIY (Do It Yourself)

These art classes will allow kids to experience sewing, crafting with wood, painting on glass as well as many other art techniques. After each creativity-filled day, your child will be able to take home each of their masterpieces.

(Grades 1-6)

Jewelry Designer

Jewlery Making

Jewelry making is a great creative activity for kids, offering several benefits: It’s an opportunity for creative expression and it teaches children how to make their own presents.
(Grades 1-6)

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Pottery Painting

Pottery activity can enrich your children’s lives in ways ranging from boosting their self-esteem to improving their motor skills. 
(Grades 1-6)

Children in Science Class


These hands-on activities will give kids an opportunities to learn about various science concepts and practice there skills in observation, testing and scientific inquiry. Kids will use more exposure to STEM activities (Science, technology, engineering, ad math) to peak their curiosity and keep them thinking.

(Grades 1-2)

Carpenter at Work

Wood Working

Working with wood and carpentry is a technical craft that is a great skill to pick up! The craftsmanship of creating with wood is a timeless, fun and rewarding experience and skill.

(Grades 3-6)

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