Houston Thanksgiving Camps for Kids who Like to Gobble Up Fun!
Fall break has become a full week off for most school districts. If this leaves you in the lurch with your school-age kids or if you just like for them to have something hands-on to do then check out our list of Houston Thanksgiving camps for kids.
There is a camp for every interest all around town. Also, if you know of one that should be added to our list leave a comment below. And, be sure to bookmark our main Camp page to keep up with camps that are offered throughout the city for each break – summer, fall, winter, and spring break.
A quick note about camp links: Many camps are announced later than we, as parents, would like to plan for them! All camps listed below currently or previously offered a session camp. If the page is not up to date you have a few options: check back later, visit the camp’s social media (often camps are announced there first), or just reach out and ask – shoot them an email, a DM, or call.
Learning another language has never been so much fun – join Language Kids World! Early childhood is the best time to learn another language. Maximize your child’s window of opportunity and give them the gift of bilingualism this summer with our fun and engaging language immersion camps. With more than two decades of language teaching experience under our belt, we are masters at teaching languages to children in innovative and fun ways.
A different thematic unit is offered every week and tailored for each age group. Our play-based engaging immersion camps will provide an unforgettable language-learning experience for your child!
iCode has a wide variety of camps that cover Robotics, Coding, Game Design, Digital Art, Engineering to choose from. They offer camps during all school holidays – summer, spring break, and more! Their camps are a five action packed days of technological fun. (Can’t do a full five days? There are three day and half day camps available too!)
Who are iCode camps for? Everyone! Camps are age appropriate in level and interest beginning with the 5-8 group and incrementally increasing through high school.