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$45 for a Five-Day Music & Dance Afternoon Holiday Camp for Kids (value $85)
- Learn music and dance from skilled teachers, make costumes and instruments and a whole lot more.
- Grab a five-day music and dance afternoon holiday camp for kids (aged 5-11) from Jam Kids, for only $45.
- Keep your kids busy in the afternoon for five days of fun filled activities.
- Let your kids enjoy learning Kapa Haka, Indian music, dance and craft, Latin music, scrap booking, costume making and much more.
If you're on the brink of making Jack and Jill go up the hill to fetch a pail of water as holiday entertainment, then send them to music and dance camp instead.
Grab a five-day music and dance afternoon holiday camp for kids (aged 5-11) from Jam Kids, for only $45.
Give your kids something new and exciting to do in the afternoon. With Jam Kids each afternoon is dedicated to a different culture of music and dance from around the world, cultural groups will come and teach the children their cultural dance, music and crafts. Maori, Pacific Island, Indian and Peruvian music, dance and crafts will be explored in the January programme. If you are working and need a full day programme, go to the Jam kids website to book them into the morning sessions as well as this deal and your kids will have an amazing week of dance, music and craft.
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