With kids at home for even longer this summer there has never been a greater need for a good summer camp. The good news is that virtual summer camps have suddenly surged in popularity and now you can find virtual camps that cater to just about every interest. I’ve put together a list of just some of the great camps your kids could attend this summer.
The Baketivity Bake-A-Camp is a month-long camp that will take kids through progressively more challenging baking adventures. Each week a box will arrive with premeasured ingredients, instructions, and a little bit about the science behind baking.
The Hullabaloo Book Company is offering a weekly book based virtual camp. Each week a new book arrives along with crafts and activities that fit with that week’s theme. This camp is designed with kids aged 2 to 8 in mind and lasts for 12 weeks.
Little Medical School
Do you have a future medical professional in your house? Kids between 4 and 15 can take part in one of the many Summer Camps that Little Medical School is offering. They have classes for future doctors, future vets, as well as camps specifically for kids.
CEO of my Life
If your child has the entrepreneurial spirit then CEO of my Life is the place to see that thrive and go to the next level. This virtual camp starts at the fourth grade and helps your kids develop confidence and skills to thrive in the business world.
MarcoPolo World School
MarcoPolo World School isn’t your typical camp experience but that doesn’t mean that this learning platform is any less important. It has thousands of STEM activities and hundreds of educational videos to go along with it. Because of its nature, you can cater what your child learns about to what would interest them.
Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami
The Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami is bringing art to kids and adults as well with weekly live classes on Facebook anywhere in the world. This is one of the few options on this list that is completely free.
Code Ninjas is offering camps that are all digital as well as camps where projects are shipped to the kid’s homes. The digital camps run for a week and cover topics like game creation, coding, and robotics while the projects are things like Ozobot and Cubelets.
One Act Theatre Camp
The Glendale Arts and Alex Theatre in Glendale California have brought their theatre camp to the digital world. Each camp session is 3 weeks long and they have a different theme all the time. This acting camp is for kids ages 6 to 15.
If you’ve got a Minecraft lover in your house then Connected Camps is the perfect virtual summer camp for them. Through Minecraft, they’ll learn how to code, esports, game design, and digital art. They even have dedicated Minecraft servers that you can join for free.
From an introduction to Spanish to learning to make your own Lego movie Varsity Tutors is offering all sorts of different camps. These camps are 5 days a week, some running just one week while others go for longer. Their camps are all catered to a specific age group from Kindergarten up to Seniors in High School.
LaToyia, The Motivated Mom