All kids are individuals. Some are loud and some are more reflective. Discovering who your child is can be a wonderful journey and may help you find yourself as well. If you find yourself searching for unique experiences or activities for a child that may be more introverted, here at Little Steps we have compiled a list of suggestions of what is available right now in Hong Kong. Don’t forget that every child is different and there is no one correct answer or personality for the ideal child and that not everyone will enjoy an activity in the same way. Social activities are a fantastic way for a child to bond with like-minded enthusiasts and the more solo activities are perfect for when they would like some more quiet time.
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Little Genius House is a fully bilingual kids club for children under 9 that offers classes and activities that are perfect for introverted children. Whether it’s digital media (photography, video production, coding), practical life kills like cooking, baking, gardening classes, or arts & crafts, music and board games, there is plenty to inspire and engage.
A maximum student-teacher ratio of 4:1 ensures that each child is given full attention to nurture their skills, but also delivers an intimate setting. All classes are offered in Mandarin and English.
Little Genius House, RM218, Hundsun International Centre, 44 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, +852 6936 1636, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Participants of all ages and personalities will thrive in an art studio where coaches take the time to attend to each individual. At Colour My World, they will find a nurturing environment of trust that encourages creativity and independent expression. Small class sizes ensure that tutors are tuned into the aspirations of every child. From fine arts workshops to crafts, drama, and creative writing, the studio has something for everyone.
Colour My World, Room 108-110, Floor 1, Marina Tower, 8 Shum Wan Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, +852 2580 5028, email@example.com, colour-my-world.com
Does your child enjoy watching movies or YouTube? Students today are exposed to more media than ever, but rarely get to participate in their creation. Without knowing how the content they consume are created, they risk being unable to communicate in the visual language that drives our world today. Babel Film Workshop is the leading film and media arts education company in Hong Kong, and provides unique opportunities for students aged 8-18 years to learn media subjects such as filmmaking, photography, acting, creative writing, and vlogging.
Ready to unleash your child’s creativity in ways you’ve never seen before? There’s no better place to do so than at Babel Film Workshop. Enroll now or contact them for program recommendations for your child!
Babel Film Workshop, Unit 1704, 17/F, M Place, 54 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, +852 3702 1678, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.babel.com.hk
Hailing from the heart of Silicon Valley, Growing IQ has reached Asia by opening its first center in Hong Kong. Known for being the hub of innovation and progression, Silicon Valley schools have turned away from rote memorization and refocused their educational efforts on building students with grit who can dig deeper by interpreting and analyzing mathematical concepts. Growing IQ aims to develop critical thinking skills through their advanced and unique curriculum centered around six domains which work in tandem over time and give students a leg up when they enter secondary Algebra and Geometry classes. This is a great opportunity for shy kids to socialize in small groups and get to grips with Math at the same time!
Growing IQ, 4/F, China Hong Kong Tower, 8-12 Hennessy Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong, +852 2323 9899, email@example.com, www.growingiq.com.hk
Coding is an essential language of the times and many schools offer coding and robotics as part of the curriculum now. If your child is an enthusiast or could benefit from more experiences, there are plenty of good coding classes here in Hong Kong. Cobo Academy was founded by a former Microsoft engineer and now offers a wide range of classes and holiday camps both face-to-face and online for kids aged 4 -17 years old.
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Hong Kong is filled with excellent martial arts classes for all ages. Learning a martial art can build courage as well as increase your strength and coordination not to mention inspire the next generation of movie stars like Jackie Chan. Choosing the right class for your child may take a little trial and error but there are certainly great options in our city. For Kung Fu, check out the various classes at Mindful Wing Chun in Central.
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Hong Kong has some incredible beaches and some great beginner surfing areas. Again, surfing can be a solo or social activity. It demands physical strength, stamina and intelligence. Learning how to surf will give your child a greater understanding of the ocean. It can also be both very rewarding and relaxing. Big Wave Bay is a great beach to start at and Hong Kong Surfing Lesson offers experienced teachers that are passionate about surfing and the water.
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Hong Kong Surfing Lesson, +85261990904, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://box5806.temp.domains/~hongkou3/
Meditation is something we could all benefit from understanding further. For kids in Hong Kong, life can be stressful and hectic. Meditation is a great way of embracing the introverted characteristics of your child. Kadampa Meditation Centre in Causeway Bay offers meditation classes for children and the accompanying adult to find the best way to meditate and relax into their inner self.
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Kadampa Meditation Centre, 1/Floor, Causeway Tower, 16-22 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2507 2237, email@example.com, www.meditation.hk/en/
Lifelong Labs offer excellent camps and 1:1 classes to bring out your child’s imagination and creativity. Whether they are interested in digital photography, movie production or web design, these classes offer a unique opportunity to spark ambition and skill. Behind the lens of these classes is Mo a practicing artist and experienced educator and Harvard graduate.
Lifelong Labs, +852 2540 2484/ +852 6690 3044 (WhatsApp), 5/F Gough Plaza, 33 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong, firstname.lastname@example.org, lifelonglabs.org/dreamaker
Fencing can improve your balance, coordination and endurance whilst developing fantastic physical and mental strength not to mention excellent sportsmanship. Fencing also teaches discipline and respect. The Hong Kong Fencing Master offer numerous classes for children, teens from complete beginner through to competitions. The head coach is a former Olympian who understands how to get the very best out of his students. Classes are available online and in person.
Hong Kong Fencing Master, various locations, +8526900 1070, email@example.com, https://www.hkfencingmaster.com/
Chess is a great game of concentration and strategy and joining a chess club is a superb way of creating social interactions through a common interest. The Chess Academy in Kennedy Town offers after-school classes and holiday camps plus hosts tournaments. Created by two Grandmasters, The Chess Academy is now considered the most comprehensive international chess program in Hong Kong.
Active Kids - The Chess Academy, Nan Sang Building, 86 Belcher's St, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 3480 4199, firstname.lastname@example.org, thechessacademyhk.com
Music lessons provide more than just the ability to play an instrument. Understanding the language of music and how to read it has been proven to increase a child’s memory, patience and creative ability. Playing an instrument can be both a social and solo activity which can lead to the formation of incredible friends. Again, finding the right instrument and teacher are crucial and may take some time to find. Be patient and listen to your child. Scroll through an unlimited selection of teachers and classes on Music Sage and M.int Academy
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Seany Mac Singing Lessons, https://seanymac.com/
Music Sage, email@example.com, https://musicsage.io/
M.int Academy, 19/F, Casey Aberdeen House, 38 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, +852 3596 7094, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mintacademyhk.com
Elephant Community Press hold writing workshops for students aged 4-16 years old to encourage creative writing skills. They also provide the ability for young writers to publish their very own stories. Their experienced team will courage young writers through every step to bring out their imagination and boost writing confidence. Workshops and camps can be help both in-person and online. Check their website for the schedule.
Elephant Community Press, Unit 704, Lap Fai Building, 6–8 Pottinger Street, Central, +852 3487 3153, https://www.elephantcommunitypress.com/
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