6 June 2023
Summer camps are a great way to keep kids entertained and busy during the long summer holidays. But with so many different options to choose from, it can be hard to know which are best, especially for younger children who may be going for the first time. Read on for our top 5 recommendations for under 7s.
Super Camps offers multi-activity day camps for children aged 4 upwards, where they learn through sensory play, games and sports activities. From the age of 6, there are themed courses available, including Lego building, science experiments and musical theatre. With a choice of 45 locations across England, there is sure to be a camp near you. They are Ofsted registered and the staff are well trained, to ensure young children settle in and have a great time. There’s a variety of activities for children to enjoy, including messy play, sports, games, and fitness, with quiet breaks for the little ones to rest as well.
This summer, why not send your kids to the Holiday Academy Outdoor Forest Camp? Children aged 3 upwards spend the day outdoors, learning about the natural environment through team games, arts and crafts, wood work, using tools, campfires, and other well supervised activities. Your little ones will have lots of fun playing and making new friends, while learning new skills and connecting with nature.
Barracudas Holiday Camp has a full range of 80+ fun activities and children get to choose which activities they want to try. From arts and crafts to sports and swimming, there's something for everyone, with adjustments made to ensure kids as young as four and a half can have a go safely. Make new friends and try new activities while keeping active and entertained during the holidays.
Fit For Sport Holiday Camp offers an amazing holiday experience packed full of play and adventure to children aged four years and above. The programme provides a brilliant mix of sports, energising activities, and creative sessions delivered by passionate teams of activity experts, who are all fully trained and DBS-checked. This is the perfect place for youngsters to create unforgettable memories in a fun and active environment.
Camp Beaumont offers fun, safe, and confidence-building experiences for kids as young as three. For the littlest ones, the aim is to mix up energetic activities with quieter ones, like they would experience at nursery. The creative sessions are based around favourites like dinosaurs and superheroes, with children learning while having fun. Five to seven year olds can burn off their seemingly limitless energy through sports, games and creative activities in the Magic programme. With a huge number of locations across southern England, Camp Beaumont is an excellent choice for your little ones.
When choosing a camp for your child, it is important to consider their interests and what they would like to get out of the experience. With so many different camps to choose from, you will surely find one perfect for your child.