Summer is here and school is out. Many parents are left with finding a summer camp for their kids to attend during this down time. There are many factors to consider when deciding on what camp to sign your kids up for, such as price, location, day vs. overnight, and of course how the camp would benefit your child. The following is a collaboration of four fun camps that are not only practical, but fun for your child too.
iD Tech Camps
Held at various college campuses around the USA, iD Tech Camp is perfect for kids ages 7–17 who want to learn to be creative through the use of technology. Campers will learn how to code, create video games, engineer robots, and much more. Working in small groups of similar ages, your kids will be given the opportunity to be social while learning the skill of STEM. It is a week-long camp with the option of being overnight.
Kutsher’s Sports Academy
At Kutsher’s Sports Academy, located in Massachusetts, kids ages 7–17 are given the opportunity to play and improve the sports they love. Campers are allowed to choose their own activities and sports, such as basketball, dance, football, circus, golf, and many more. Additionally, they receive individualized instruction from highly trained professionals at a 2:1 ratio of campers to staff. While learning athletic skills, your child will also learn the importance of having fun. You can choose from three different sessions that vary in length and price.
Fusion Swim Camp
Fusion Swim Camp, located in various places around the USA, offers all kinds of activities in the water. Kids are given the opportunity to learn skills to improve their swimming and have time to bond with new friends. Along with admission to the camp, you might consider sending your child with a mermaid or shark fin swimsuit from Shimmertail.
YMCA Camp Twin Lakes
Located in beautiful Texas country, Camp Twin Lakes is a popular camp that offers day camp for over 600 campers, as well as overnight for 100. The camp offers over 50 acres of fun activities that any kid is sure to enjoy. Kids ages 8–14 can choose activities from various features such as the paintball field, lakes, nature trails, archery range, water slides, beach, pools, aqua park, and so much more. Your kids will be able to take a break from the technology and enjoy socializing with new friends.
There are many camps to choose from to suit your child’s likes and dislikes. From sports camp to technology camp, this summer can be full of fun memories for your child as well as valuable skills and friends gained.