With summer vacation quickly approaching, you might be looking for some way to keep the kids busy, active, and outside. Summer camps are a great way to do that! Many of them are back in operation for summer 2021. Here are a few to check out!
These summer camps are designed to help children of all ages learn languages, including French, English, and German! Some are week-long sleep-away camps and others are just for the day. They aim to teach help children develop their language skills while also keeping them engaged with fun activities. They’re offered for kids ages 7-17 and located in places like Lyon and Transinne!
This camp is a great way to keep your kids active! They’ll get to play sports like squash and rugby. Sessions run for one week and are offered from the first week of July through the first week of September! This camp is for children ages 3-12.
This camp has been going on every summer for 37 years! There are two different versions—a “Mini Sport-Wochen” for children ages 11-12 and a “Sport-Wochen” for children ages 13-17. Sessions can last anywhere from 4 to 7 days, some of which include overnight stays. Some are held in Luxembourg, while others are held in places like the Netherlands, Italy, and Austria! Children can participate in rock climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding, and even an outdoor ropes course!
Does your child love playing with LEGOs? Are they interested in robotics? This may be their perfect camp! Children will use LEGOs to learn about a lot of different STEM concepts, such as how machines and robots operate. They’ll also be able to flex their creative muscles and build whatever their hearts desire! This camp is open for ages 4-13 and offers day-long or half-day activities.
Calling all soccer players, this one’s for you! Here, kids can play soccer and learn skills like goalkeeping and dribbling. This is a great way to get some energy out while also learning teamwork and sportsmanship! In compliance with COVID-19 restrictions, parents will not be allowed to watch their children play. The camp is for children ages 4-17, but there is a special “kiddie football” session for ages 4-6.
This camp is a great opportunity for children who speak Russian to get some valuable language practice and meet new friends! They’ll also be able to participate in activities like theater, photography, and painting. This camp is largely in Russian, so it’s recommended that participants have at least a basic understanding of the language. The camp is held during August in Leudelange and open for children ages 7-13!
Offered in English and French, this camp combines physical activity with activities like arts and crafts! It’s located in Bertrange and runs from July 8 until September 4. The session for ages 3-8 focuses on building teamwork and problem-solving skills. Children will need to work together to complete a quest every day! Thes ession for ages 6-12 focuses on basic gymnastics, where children will learn things like cartwheels and backbends!
This camp is perfect for children with a strong interest in theater! It’s composed of workshops offered in French and Luxembourgish and is meant for children ages 8-15. They’ll learn about playing characters, reading scripts, and improvising, and they’ll get some great behind-the-scenes experience of putting on shows! The teachers are all Luxembourgish or French actors and actresses.
Pause-Art offers several workshops geared towards teaching children artistic skills. They’ll participate in activities like ceramics, theater, dance, treasure hunts, and arts and crafts! When it gets too hot outside, they’ll be able to go swimming as well. Drinks and snacks are provided! This program is great for any child who is between the ages of 6 and 16 and who loves being creative. It runs from August 2 until August 6!
If you’d like your child to gain valuable life skills, stay active and outdoors, develop great habits, and make new friends, check out some scouting groups! It may be a bit late to sign up for this summer, but many groups offer day-long activities that are open to anyone. And you can always get your kids ready for next year! The Robert Schuman Unit is a French-speaking troop, and the Telstar Unit is an English-speaking troop. Happy scouting!
Aller Sports is running a badminton camp for kids ages 7 and up! The camp is held in Kockelscheuer, and sessions are held every week from July 5 until August 20! It’s divided into two groups: beginners (ages 7-12) and intermediates (ages 12+). Beginners’ sessions are from 10 AM until 12 PM, and they’ll learn the game’s rules, how to move, how to hold and swing the racket, and how to play! Intermediates’ sessions are from 2 PM until 4 PM, and they’re expected to have some prior experience. Here, they’ll learn learn more advanced techniques and tricks!
This camp is great for kids who love sports of all kinds! It runs for a week in late July (the 19 through the 23) from 9 AM until 5 PM. Here, kids will get introduced to a variety of different sports, including basketball, football, yoga, gymnastics, and martial arts! They’ll also learn exercises to develop things like upper body strength and flexibility. The camp is taught by a mix of coaches, professional athletes, and educators!
Quality Life Time Luxembourg is offering a summer camp for kids ages 5 to 11! It will be held from June 28 until July 16. It’s in English, and there are two different sessions: one offered from 2:30 PM until 4:30 PM, and another from 4:30 PM until 6:30 PM. At this camp, kids will learn about all things art and get to create some themselves! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for registration or more information!
We hope these camps piqued your (or your kids’) interest! What camps do your kids love? Let us know in the comments below, and we will add it to the list!