Like lots of Atlanta parents, I was caught by surprise by how fast Winter Break crept up and left me with no child care for our son. Thankfully, there are an array of half day camps and full day camps (scroll all the way down) for kids to enjoy. Here’s a partial list of Winter Break Camps in Atlanta, but you’re welcome to comment below if you have others you recommend.
Winter Break Camps in Atlanta
Olivia’s Dollhouse Tea Room – John’s Creek
Date & Time: December 30-31; January 2-3
Address: 5075 Abbotts Bridge Road, Suite 500
Ages: 5-12 years old
Cost: $45 per child per day; $150 per child for the week
Website: Olivia’s Dollhouse Tea Room (events and day camps)
2 Crafty Chicks – Decatur
Date & Time: Spots available Friday, January 3rd from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Address: 1549 Clairmont Road
Cost: $40 per child
Young Chef’s Academy – Toco Hill Shopping Center
Dates & Time: December 27-31; January 2-3; January 6 from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Address: 2903 North Druid Hills Road NE
Cost: $65 per child per day
Website: Young Chefs Academy
Local churches, synagogue, athletic facilities like the YMCA, art schools and learning centers also provide Thanksgiving break camps in Atlanta. I’ll also update this list all week. Sign up to the Mommy Talk Show RSS feed and you’ll get a daily e-mail when I update the talks show. Also, keep an eye on the Mommy Talk Show Facebook page.
Comment below: How do you handle child care when school is out? Do your children enjoy camp when school is out?
Would you like your Winter Break Camp in Atlanta added to this list? Use the subject line: Winter Break Camp. e-mail [email protected]. I also produce professional videos for Atlanta art schools, charter and preschools.
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Wow i’ve never heard of winter break camps before but what a great idea! Great way to keep the kids entertained instead of arguing with each other.
What a blessing for parents who have to work while their kids are out of school!! My daughter’s school doesn’t offer any childcare over the holiday break, and we don’t have any family in the area who could watch her. This would be a huge help to me on Inservice Days. I wish we had something like this around here!
never even knew winter camps existed…how fun!
I am a working mom, and this would be such a blessing for our family, something great to do while school is on break.
Winter camps are great -those sound like a blast–we have some around us-but nothing that exciting!