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March Break Activities and Camps in Toronto

March Break is a great time for Toronto families to take a break after the winter and two months of school.   To help support parents, we have created two helpful lists. The first list has fun and educational activities that you and your kids will love over the vacation week.   The second is March Break camps for children eager to focus on full week of one type of activity or parents unable to work out childcare arrangements over March Break.

 

March Break Activities

Disney on Ice:  Let’s Celebrate is on tour at the Rogers Centre from March 12 – 16.  This is the first time audiences see Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen from the just-released film, Walt Disney Pictures’ The Princess and the Frog, live on ice.

Sesame Street Presents: The Body:  This interactive Ontario Science Centre exhibit all about the human body.  Children can discover everything about the human body from fingers to toes and everything in between.

TIFF:  The TIFF Lightbox theatre is an excellent of family-friendly matinees.

Toronto Public Library: Great classes and programs designed for a variety of ages that are interactive, entertaining and completely free.

Sledding:  There is nothing better than a winter day sledding with the family.  Help We’ve Got Kids has prepared an excellent list of the best Toronto hills.

 

March Break Camps

Avenue Road Arts School: Join ARAS for a Night at the Museum to learn about Natural History through drawing, painting and sculpting projects along with drama and music activities.  Choose from a half-day or full-day camp.

Sportplay: Sportplay Multi-sport March Break Camp offers a full-day or half day programs for children ages 3-7.  Kids will learn 8 different sports and develop their gross motor and athletic skills during their week at camp.

Art Gallery of Ontario:  Designed for children ages 6 to 13, the AGO has an innovative day camp that encourages exciting connections between art, culture, and ideas.  Taught by experienced artist-instructors, our camps are designed to develop technical skills, build confidence and nurture each child’s creative imagination.

Mad Science: Mad Science camps are fun, exciting, hands-on and entertaining for science enthusiasts.  Half-day and full-day programs are available children 4-12 in multiple Toronto locations.

ROM: Discover hidden treasures and natural wonders through exciting hands-on activities in the ROM’s galleries, studio and labs.

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