2021 Winter Events at Laurus International School

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Looking for fun educational events for your children this holiday season? Laurus International School has got you covered. Laurus International School of Science invites primary school-aged children to join in on some amazing winter-themed experiences and activities at its fun and educational science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) winter day camp or five-day school—both open to the public. STEAM Winter Camp 2021: Christmas STEAM WonderlandThe Christmas Wonderland winter camp will present a range of seasonal projects that will engage your child in unique STEAM activities…

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