What to do in Toronto: 2018 March Break Camps

March Break is coming fast! Wondering what to do in Toronto with your kids? We’ve rounded up all the coolest and most creative March Break camps for families looking for something a little different for their little campers.

Toronto March Break Camps 2018

Design Exchange

Credit: Design Exchange

Toronto’s Design Exchange is hosting two creative camps for kids this March Break. At the Urban Gardeners (for 6-10s), your budding urban gardener develop their green thumb – just in time for spring. Campers at the The Future of (Sustainable) Fashion (ages 9-13) will begin their journey with a bundle of raw materials and leave camp with an original garment they have designed


Toronto School of Circus Arts

Credit: Toronto School of Circus Arts

Sometimes having kids can feel like living in a circus! So why not send them to the real thing? At the Toronto School of Circus Arts, kids 4.5-13 learn aerial trapeze, hoop, rope and silks as well as juggling, floor and partner acrobatics and clowning. Indoor and outdoor activities (weather permitting). Students invite parents to circus show at the end of the week.


Second City

Credite: Second City

Let the kids take a break from the school routine and have a whole lot of fun at The Second City’s Comedy Camp. Kids (grades 2-12) will take part in improv and theatre games.



Credit: Maker Kids

Is your kid always tinkering with tools and engineering something new? March Break camp at MakerKids is all about being creative, dreaming up a project and building it. Children will be challenged to build something all week long.


The Avenue Road Arts School

Looking for a creative and artistic March Break experience for your kids (Grades 3 -9)? head to Avenue Road Arts School this March Break, Kids will draw, paint and sculpt, using a wide variety of materials and techniques, while creating artwork inspired by the rainforests of South America, Central Africa and Southeast Asia. Campers will also participate in drama and music activities.



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