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Session: March Break Camp (Toronto Botanical Garden)

March Break Camp

By: Toronto Botanical Garden

About this Program:

  • Day Camp
  • Age 5 - 10 (Coed)
  • Specialized in Nature/Environment, offers 8 activities
  • 0 session dates to choose from
  • Cost starting from $325
  • Busing not available
  • Special needs support not available


777 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M3C 1P2

Join TBGKids for interactive, educational and engaging activities in TBG’s cozy nature-themed classroom, expansive garden and the nearby ravine. 

From Wild Wonderful Plants to Teeny Tiny Gardening, campers will create nature-themed art, learn about plants and animals through hands-on activities, embark on a scavenger hunt, and, of course, decorate their own pot to plant in it. Each camper ages 5-10 will create a themed craft to take home at the end of the camp day.

Monday, March 11 – Wild Wonderful Plants
Get ready to explore fascinating plants from around the world! Campers will dive into the world of plants, discover how they adapt to their special habitats, sprout seeds to tend and try at the end of the week!

Tuesday, March 12 – Nature Art
From watercolor painting along the scenic Wilket Creek to decorating their own pots for planting, campers will explore the wonders of nature and let creativity flourish as they get inspired by the natural world.

Wednesday, March 13 – Wild in the City
The Garden is home to many different wild urban animals. Campers will learn about what animals need for survival through fun outdoor activities and become animal detectives – making their own animal track identification guide and an animal track mold to take home!

Thursday, March 14 – Teeny Tiny Gardening
With a a focus on nature in miniature, campers will use their decorated pots from the nature art-themed day to make a beautiful mini garden to take home and participate in a seed-saving activity. Teeny Tiny Gardening promises a memorable and enchanting experience for campers, where big imaginations meet small gardens.

Friday, March 15 – Garden-to-Table
What better way to celebrate the end of March Break than by making delicious discoveries in the Garden? Campers will learn about plant needs, make tasty creations from delicious garden vegetables and try sprout seed recipes!

Character Development: This program helps build the following traits

  • Curiosity: Learning about plants requires keen observation, problem-solving and environmental awareness which can inspire a deeper understanding of nature around them. Our themed activities are designed to keep children curious and develop an appreciation for continued learning from the Garden and beyond.
  • Creativity: Gardening and Nature Art, for example, provides a creative outlet for children. Each camp day consists of a take-home craft that encourages children to experiment with different found natural objects and engage in hands-on games/activities as well as play-based learning.

Session Dates and Rates:

Date TBD
Don Mills, Toronto, ON
777 Lawrence Avenue East

Time TBD
Cost TBD


Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Arts & Crafts
Mixed Media
Wilderness Skills
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Join us for a week of nature-themed fun
Each camp day will explore a new theme that helps campers connect with nature such as Wild Wonderful Plants and Nature Art.


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March Break Camp
Contact name:
Natalie Harder

Phone number:
(416) 397-1341

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