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Winter camp for children at SLC
By a Staff Reporter January 04, 2018
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SHARJAH:  Recreating the magic of a winter wonderland, the camp, at Sharjah Ladies Club, themed ‘Cold Days, Heart-warming Joy’, is offering an exciting variety of entertainment and educational activities for kids until Jan. 11.

The camp’s creative workshops will help children to rightly utilise their free time and will help them in developing essential life skills. From outdoor activities like swimming, paddle boarding, ice skating, Zumba, pottery, field trips and more to the literary joys of live storytelling and puppet theatre shows, and unlimited art and crafts – six different camps with plentiful activity offerings targeting boys and girls.

With flexible subscription package options ranging from a day up to four weeks, SLC is making it easy for parents to find the perfect fit for their children and work around their schedules.

 “Our winter wonderland offering has six different camps to choose from, and provides kids with a wide spectrum of leisure, educational and pedagogic activities. The young ones can engage in a selection of their choice, and parents can be satisfied knowing that each one has been designed and categorised under the different camps by a host of pedagogy experts. Through this winter camp, SLC aims to enhance innovation and creativity among its participants, stimulate their intellectuality and stir their imagination,” said Lubna Al Moalla, Sales Development Manager at SLC.

The six camps

‘Art Unlimited’ organised at the SLC Collage Talent Centre targets girls aged 6 to 10 years, and features a series of activities such as drawing, pastel and acrylic painting, stencil art, jewellery making, pottery, recycling art, weaving, fun Zumba and field trips.

Also hosted at the SLC Collage Talent Centre, the ‘Tiny Talents’ camp is designed for girls and boys aged 3-5 years, who can engage with an array of fun-filled activities such as drawing & painting, cinema, winter crafts, face painting, treasure hunts, outdoor bouncy castles, play-dough activities, gymnastics, music and lot more.

The next camp in the 3 to 5 year age category is ‘Basateen’, which is being held at the Basateen Kindergarten Centre. From fun with science, snow art attack, winter games, role play and dress-up, music and other engaging activities like little chefs, messy play, and story-telling with props, toddlers are being spoilt with choice.

At the SLC Sports Complex, the ‘Winter Children’ camp is being offered to girls aged 5-10 years and boys aged 5-9 years. At this camp, children can make the most of a fun mix of indoor and outdoor activities like ice skating, Zumba, Hip Hop, henna design, embroidery and pottery, little chefs, and more.

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