How do you keep your child busy this holiday? Here are 10 exciting holiday activities in Eldoret to keep them engaged
It can be quite challenging to keep up with your busy work schedule while monitoring your child to ensure they’re spending their time appropriately. Enrolling your child in a holiday boot camp is an excellent way to keep them active and occupied.
Here are ten ongoing holiday activities in Eldoret that will engage your child, boost their morale and improve their social skills.
Eldohub I.T Kids & Teens Bootcamp
Every holiday, Eldohub runs an I.T Bootcamp tailored for children between the ages of 6 and 19 where they learn and acquire skills in problem-solving and critical thinking through digital literacy programs and life skills development classes.
Eldohub I.T Kids & Teens Bootcamp activities include:
- Coding of mobile app and games
- Computer Science
- Electronics and Robotics
- Web programming and design
Furthermore, the Bootcamp includes mentorship and career development workshops. Parents and caregivers are not left behind either; each holiday class includes Parenting in the Digital Age Workshop that aims to educate the guardians on child online protection/internet safety for kids.
The boot camp runs daily from 9 AM – 3 PM until 22nd December and costs Ksh 3,000 per week per child inclusive of snacks and lunch. To learn more about this program, get in touch with Eldohub on 0780 223 220 or 0722 816 814
Splendid Generation Talent Camp
Splendid Generation also has excellent holiday activities in Eldoret for your children. This holiday camp is perfect for encouraging your child’s talents, boosting their confidence and improving their social skills.
The mentors at Splendid Generation will help your child acquire and develop skills such as:
- Dance (Ballet/Choreographed)
- Art & Craft
- Chess game
- Music (Instruments/Voice)
- Public Speaking
The facility also has bouncing castles, trampoline, slides, and indoor play areas.
Enroll your child for any of this holiday activities in Eldoret to make the most of their long break from school.