holidays are here again! The school and exams are over.
But learning never stops, it goes on. Forget those movies,
TV programmes and cricket and enjoy the summer in a novel,
funny way. The city has come alive as never before, offering
the children, a wide choice from indoor games to cultural
activities and sports to treks.
Family World, near Begumpet Airport, offers training
for kids in swimming, Western music, gymnastics, tennis,
table tennis, clay modelling, western dance, Indian dance,
soft toy making and yoga. A child can choose
any four of these disciplines.
Rs. 2000 to Rs. 2500. Transport facility will be provided
on additional payment of Rs. 800.Timing 9 am to 12 noon.
For more details contact Phone: 790 5858
If your child is fascinated by any of the following -
Photography, Videography, Video games, Nature camp,
Aero modelling, Shooting, Horse riding and skating
- then there is no better choice than, Creative
Child Centre, located in the Oxford Grammar School,
Himayatnagar. This centre conducts summer camp till May
Fee Rs. 1500. Transport and hostel facilities available
on additional payment. Timing 9 am to 6 pm.
For more details contact Phone: 763 5669, 763 6214
those who like to continue their training in extracurricular
activities even after summer holidays can join Jawahar
Balbhavan, located in the Public Gardens. Jawahar
Balbhavan imparts year long training in a variety of disciplines
like toy making, painting, Carnatic Music, Veena, Tabla,
Mridangam, Kathak, Bharata Natyam, Karate, Drama and Skating.
The Balbhavan summer camp of this year will be held from
April 24 to June 10. Children between 6 and 16 years are
eligible for this camp.
Enrollment fee Rs. 12.
Timings: 10.30 am to 5 pm.
For more details contact Phone: 323 3956, 324 2214.
Andhra Balananda Sangham, Narayanaguda, would be
an ideal place for those children, who want to be orators
and writers in future. The month long camp starts from
1st May 2001. Children below 15 years are eligible for
the summer camp. It would train children in drawing,
painting, handi crafts, yoga, art of public speaking,
magic, etc. The institute runs a young authors club
which gives tips to children for improving different writing
skills. The children will get an opportunity to show their
acquired talents on the last day of the camp.
Fee Rs. 350.
Timings 10.30 am to 4.30 pm.
For details contact Phone: 756 1443.
located on the Indira Park road, which regularly conducts
spiritual programmes besides skill development classes
in English and other foreign languages also conducts summer
camps for the children in the age group of 8 to 15 years.
The camp lays emphasis on inculcating Good human values
through yoga, Meditation, Moral education, Prayer, Story
Fee Rs. 200.
Timings 8.30 am to 11.30 am.
Last date for admissions 22 April, 2000.
For details contact Phone: 763 3937, 657 5807.
those children who like to have a short term camp in Art
related activities can look towards Shilparamam,
the Arts and Crafts Village at Madhapur. Children between
8 and 12 years are eligible for the said courses. Wood
carving, Straw picture making, Banjara needle embroidery,
Pottery, Bathik print, Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam and
Kathak are some of the important areas that will be
covered during the camp.
Duration: May 1 to 15.
Timings 10 am to 7 pm.
Interested persons can send their bio-data before 25 April
to The Special Officer, Shilparamam Crafts Village, C/O
Directorate of Tourism, Tankbund Road, Hyderabad.
Other institutes and persons conducting summer camps for
children are as follows :
/ Person Name
Arts & Pupetry Centre
& Puppet making
Modelling, Sculpture, Origami paper craft
Crafts, Drawing & Painting
Bakery & Beauty tips
Skating & Crafts