During the end of December and beginning of January, JCPS schools are closed. And even after participating in Christmas activities and New Year's celebrations, your kids may still complain there is nothing to do. If you need to work, or if your children simply need a day out of the house, check out these winter day camps around Louisville. Your kids will be thrilled you did.
All About Kids Sports Center
Camps are open to children 4 and up. Each day features a different themes, no two days are the same. Kids have fun in the gym, swimming pool and more.
Camps are open to children in grades K-5 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and extended care (through 5:30 p.m. is available. There are games, festivities and first-of=the-year celebrations from around the world. Traditions are shared through music, tastes and fun. Located on Main St.
Jewish Community Center of Louisville
Be a hero! Each day of winter camp features a superhero theme. Preschool and K-5 kids can enjoy arts and crafts, sports, games and more while enjoying the science and sleuthing of being a superhero.
KaZoing Party and Play
Open to children walking and up, KaZoing offers open fun days and camps. The website suggests keeping up to date with options via Facebook.
Kentucky Science Center
With Dino Day, LEGO Robotics and Spy Science, there is a day for every interest. Camps are available for kids in grades preK-6. Drop off is between 8-9 a.ma. and pick-up is from 4-5 p.m. The cost is $40 per day for members and $45 per day for non-members. Centrally located, the Science Center is on Main St.
Camps are open to kids 5-14. Each day has a theme, from Holiday Crafts to Winter Wonder Carnival. Expect sports for the kids, time spent swimming and groups making arts and crafts. Each day offered, camp is from 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Is your little one itching to ride a horse? One day camps are available for kids 4 and up. Participants ride, learn to groom and spend time with horses. There is a special on this one via Living Social if you are interested.