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The weather outside is frightful and the kids are home from school. These cool winter break camps for kids in Atlanta wrap up winter fun and learning into one neat package.

Zoo Atlanta

Bundle up with us this winter break and have a blast at Safari Camp, Winter Session at Zoo Atlanta. Campers learn how they can become a Conservation Superhero! Campers will be introduced to modern-day conservation superheroes and learn how they can save wildlife and wild places. They’ll also meet animals that need our help. Camp starts December 27! Learn more and register online.

Atlanta Workshop Players Winter Break Camp 

Make A Movie AND Make A Difference. ACT On-Screen and as production crew. Make a movie with purpose. Earn professional-level IMDB Resume Credits. Screen at film festivals AND walk the Red Carpet at your VIP movie Premiere! Dec. 27-31. Half Day (10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.) and Full (10 a.m.-6 p.m.) options. Grab your spot now!

Camp Kingfisher Winter Break at CNC

Get a dose of summertime fun in the winter with hikes, animal encounters, outdoor games, hands-on science and our survival camp! Winter Camp is open for current K-7th graders. Prices vary per session. Session 1: December 27–28 and Session 2: January 2–4.

Club Scikidz 

Atlanta’s Best Science and Technology Holiday Camp. We have put together a fantastic collection of our Best STEM and STEAM projects and experiments. December 27 & 28; January 2-4. Attend all fi ve days for $285 ($57 per day). Daily rate $65. The Unitarian Universalist Metro Atlanta North in Roswell. 9-4pm. Before & After Care Available. See our website for more details.

Hi-Five Sports Co-ed Winter Break Camp

Learn and enjoy multiple sports in this exciting Holiday Camp! Skills development, mini tournaments, end of Camp Championship games and more. Camp located at Desana Middle School in Alpharetta. Dec. 26-28. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aftercare available 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Ages 5-14 welcome. Reserve your child’s spot today!

High Meadows Camp

Summer fun will get a winter twist with traditional favorites and new activities designed for a week of laughter and learning, Groups will rotate between Archery, Wilderness and Lore, Art, and Sports. Special events such as Tipi Fire and Animal Adventures will change daily. Current Kindergartners through 8th Graders are welcome. Wednesday, Dec. 26 – Saturday, Dec. 29th. 9:15 a.m. to 4 p.m.

School Break Art Camps at the Spruill Center

Campers (ages 5-10) will explore art through a variety of mixed-media such as drawing, painting, collage or clay projects. 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. with Before & After Care Available in Dunwoody. Price averages $75 per day. Dates: January 21 and February 18. Register online or call.

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