Spring Break Camps

Camps are Fun and Educational

When Spring Break comes around each year, not everyone has a great trip planned. If you want your kids to have a something special to do for several days during spring break, a Spring Camp might be the answer. These places in the greater Phoenix area have a Spring Break program.

Not interested in sending the kids to camp for Spring Break? Here are some other fun activities for Spring Break around town.

All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.

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    i.d.e.a. Museum

    i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa
    i.d.e.a. Museum

    Hands-on day camps for ages 6 - 12 and 10 - 15, students will be introduced to the engineering design process while they learn and use basic science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) concepts.

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    At the Arizona Science Center camps you can expect that the kids will be creating something or experimenting with something (and learning something!). Four different camp groups cover grades 1 - 6. Phoenix.

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    Half days and full days in North/Central Phoenix. Gymnastics, dance, karate, games, sports, fitness fun, snacks. Ages 3 - 12.
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    During the two-week Spring break camp, kids from 5-12 explore the environment through games, activities, experiments, hikes and crafts. General recreation, sports, math, arts and crafts, computer and horsemanship programs are also offered at various Chandler locations.
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    Kids explore the Sonoran Desert during the most beautiful time of year. Campers will become budding botanists as they examine flowers, bugs and birds, and explore plant structures and the relationship between desert flowers and pollinators. Grades K - 5. 

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    Chandler Center for the Arts Spring Mini-Musical Camp

    Campers experience the process involved in putting on a musical production from auditioning, stage blocking and character analysis to the small and large group dynamics of being a cast member. The spring camp also encourages creativity and helps develop the camper's self-confidence and other life skills that they can utilize in their day-to-day activities.. Ages 7-14.

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    Act, sing and dance you way through spring break. Camp runs for 5 days with classes in acting, singing and dancing. Ages 7-13.
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    Ages 5-15 are invited to grab their skateboards and come to spring camp. Skaters will be grouped according to skill level and placed with an instructor. All experience levels welcome. Mesa.
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    Scottsdale Gymnastics Spring Break Camp

    Pick and choose your days, 1/2 day or full day. Tumbling, trampoline, dance, zip line, games for both boys and girls, ages 3 - 12.
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    D-backs Baseball Academy spring camps cover comprehensive baseball fundamentals including throwing, receiving, hitting, infield, outfield, base running, pitching and catching. Camps are located in various locations and are geared boys and girls ages 6 - 14. Teacher/student ratios are kept low.
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    Half and full day camps. Half day camp is for boys and girls ages 6-12. Improve technical skills (ball handling, passing, receiving, heading, shooting) in a challenging but fun environment. Full day camp is for boys and girls ages 8-16. Improve technical skills (ball handling, passing, receiving, heading, shooting) as well as tactical awareness (speed of play, game management, positioning, etc). Arizona State University, Tempe.
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    Valley Youth Theatre

    Downtown Phoenix. Musical Theatre Camp for ages 7-15. In this week long camp, students will receive training in acting, dance, and music. Students participate in special workshops including improvisation, theatre design, auditioning and more. Students will showcase their work for friends and family on the last day of camp.
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