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When you’ve got kids, it’s often hard to keep them entertained for the entire Sydney school holidays. ClassBento is here to help! If you're looking for fun kids activities and exciting things to do with kids these school holidays, look no further than our Sydney workshops which cover everything from fun crafts for kids to painting for kids. Get a group of their friends together and sign them up for a short school holiday program that is super affordable and will keep them amused these school holidays.
Does your child love skateboarding? SKATE NOW is a Skate School in Redfern that offers fun skateboarding classes for every age group. Skating is one of the best kids activities to get your child outside and active and the best part is SKATE NOW provides all the skate protective gear and they come to you.
Can you think of anywhere your kid would rather spend these Sydney school holidays than a chocolate factory? Kimberley Chocolates offers a two-hour kids workshop, which includes a brief chocolate history lesson and a chocolate making session. If the private workshop isn't for you, spend some quality time together learning how to make chocolate truffles at a group workshop which is suitable for kids 10 years plus.
Kids cooking classes in Sydney make some of the best school holiday activities out there because they're hands on and engaging. Jump on the sushi bandwagon and book your kids in for a sushi making class with Yoshiko Takeuchi, where you'll both learn how to make sushi and the first child is free!
If you're after art and craft classes for kids these school holidays, look no further than Helen Hunt's daily kids holiday program. Covering everything from fibre art to clay play, each day of this kids activities program is themed and your little ones will spend their mornings drawing and painting and the afternoons getting creative with different craft materials.
If you and a group of other parents are on the hunt for indoor activities for kids these school holidays look now further than Paper Rock Scissors Art Studios. Offering everything from painting for kids, to art and craft for kids, to kids sewing classes, this creative hub encourage BYO cakes and the little ones are guaranteed to have a blast getting creative.
There's two positives about booking your child in for a kids cooking class these school holidays: you avoid the mess in the kitchen, and they can have some fun and meet some new friends. Aleth Doat will teach your child to love hands-on cooking using French recipes and they'll leave with takeaway boxes of baguettes and madeleines.
Happy Hoopy Life know how to handle kids with a lot of energy these school holiday. That’s why they’re offering to teach kids the art of hula hooping, the ultimate exercise for kids. The teacher is an experienced circus performer with a passion for hula hooping and loves teaching kids how to be circus performers.
The only things better than painting for kids is fluid art classes for kids. It requires almost no complicated techniques, almost always looks good, and is all about experimentation which means they can totally relax and get creative learning how to mix paint and make beautiful artworks.
For school holiday activities with a twist book in a group terrarium making workshop with your little ones and a group of friends. Fionna of Mulberry Tree will come to you with all the materials and in just an hour and a half, your child will get creative and build your own terrarium.
Who needs a structured school holiday program when you can book your kids in for two hours of fairy or dinosaur garden making fun! Pamela Woods will teach how to grow plants and build tiny models in a terracotta pot. At the end of the workshop, the kids will have a living garden to take home and care for.
If you have no idea what to do with your teenager these school holidays why not book them in for a natural skincare making workshop with Sage Cosmetic Coaching. They'll have some fun learning how to DIY their own skincare and leave with a clay mask, body scrub, lip balm, and moisturising cream
Chocolate making is a great activity for kids - it's fun and delicious! Adora Chocolates offers kids the chance to play with chocolate moulds and decorate their own muffins for afternoon tea.