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    Catch ’em all
    How about learning a new skill? At the Thiruporur Game Fishing camp, learn the nuances of fishing as you catch Tilapia and Seabass. Children can also take part in air rifle shooting or archery and look forward to lunches featuring Continental, Indian and Chinese cuisines. At Rs.13,800 for 12 days. Ages 8-15. Details: 8056022098

    Dance and drama
    If your tot is keen on learning to dance, sign him/her up for the camp by High Kicks. Called The Big Top Festival (to celebrate World Dance day) the four-day camp has workshops on dance, theatre and mime. From April 25-29. Rs.3,500 per child. High Kicks’ brand new fantasy-based dance theatre production, Goya, will be performed on International Dance Day (April 29) featuring participants from the camp.
    Ages 8-18. Details: 9940087710

    Art of creation2
    If your child can’t get enough of science fiction, Stem Center India’s robotics camp might be the right choice. Kids can learn to design and build robots in various shapes and sizes. From April 13-17. Priced at Rs.5,000 per child. Ages 5-15. Details: 9940119524

    Junior chefs
    u For budding chefs, Kid’s Can Cook by mother and daughter duo Shraddha and Lalitha Lulla, teaches salads, dips and desserts. `2,000 per child. Ages 5-10. Details: 9884087089
    u For something more elaborate, try the camp at Foodology, where kids will learn to cook Mexican and Mediterranean dishes, besides desserts. From May 4-8. At `5,000 per child. Ages four and above. Details: 24454885

    Thrice the fun
    This one is for kids who love adventure. Dairiyam’s seven-day camp offers several activities guaranteed to excite. Their rock climbing session teaches you the basics and concludes with an overnight expedition to the Eastern Ghats. If your child enjoys the water, their sailing course is a great option, as children will get to learn how to handle a boat independently. They also organise tandem flights with a licensed pilot and trainer in two seater microlight trikes. `9,000 for the combo that includes all three activities. You can choose individual activities as well. Details: 9940355521

    Mixed bag1
    Madhuri Rao, Joanne Saldanha and Maria Vivish let your kids choose between yoga, storytelling and environmental awareness. Rao, a qualified yoga instructor from Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, will teach basics like breathing exercises and meditation, while Vivish will teach kids the importance of protecting the environment and Saldanha will help enhance their writing, listening and communication skills through storytelling. From April 27 to May 1. Ages 7-11. Details: 9444394441

    Read out
    The reading workshop by Hippocampus (April 20-24) includes sessions for different age groups. Children from three to five years will be reading stories themed on sea adventures; ages six to eight will focus on stories from all over the world; and kids from nine to 12 years old will learn the nuances of storytelling. Rs.2,600 per child in any age group. Post these, Hippocampus will be organising other workshops on subjects like science and cooking. Details: 9840236367

    Strike a chord
    For the musically inclined. Amaranta Entertainment’s music camp focuses on vocals and instruments like the guitar and keyboard. Sharanya Gopinath from Chrome.o.Soul will teach voice exercises and accents. Young keyboard players will learn chords and notes from Jerard Felix, while Chris Jenson will teach your child how to play a guitar. From April 13 to May 1. Ages 5-15. Details: 09176339340

     

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