Camp is all about connectedness. Virtual Summer activities will bring your child together with the fourteen fellow campers and two staff members for whichever activity they choose for the week. Whether the group is baking together or getting fit together, the program is interactive so your child will have a new group of friends to see, chat and learn with each week. They will build friendships while they learn new skills.
We start every morning and afternoon at Virtual Summer with Flagpole. Flagpole gathers our whole community together. Staff share jokes and skits at Flagpole and highlight some of the work being done by campers during activity periods. Activities are run at 9:00am, 10:15am, 3:00pm and 4:15pm. Virtual Summer offers a variety of activities including cooking, dancing, chess, fitness, Lego, yoga and magic. We can offer all parents 10% off the first week of activities with the coupon code “momsla”.
Have you ever thought, “Why Camp Kids Klub?” From our favorite songs, to hilarious games, special surprises and yummy treats, our camp has tons of unique traditions that campers look forward to each summer. We guarantee that we’ll keep the energy high and the fun flowing throughout the camp day!
We believe that camp is an essential experience in a child’s life. Camp is about the feeling that anything is possible. Children should spend their time at camp on adventures and having dynamic experiences- learning, playing, making lifelong friends, and being surrounded by people that inspire them.
As our camp song says, “In 1995, Kids Klub arrived!”, and we have been perfecting summer camp ever since! Here are some of our favorite things!
Above all, Camp Kids Klub is all about friendships, new and old! Whether you have been coming to camp for five years or it is your first day, you can count on making friends right away. To that end, we do team building first thing every Monday morning so that campers get to know one another and their counselors. Moreover, throughout the week we continue to play wacky games during group time to solidify these bonds. We believe that camp friendships are some of the strongest friendships you can have. We love seeing those friendships grow year after year!
Each week at Camp Kids Klub is organized around an exciting Theme. Hence, during “International Week” we learn about different countries and cultures through cooking, dance, art, and sports, and every child gets their very own passport! For “Island Adventure Week” we’ll act like pirates and have a Luau party! Another favorite at Camp Kids Klub is “Olympic Week”, our annual all-camp competition between the Yellow, Blue, and Green Team, who will win this year!? No matter the theme, we plan events that everyone will enjoy!
Finally, this is your opportunity to be a cowboy, alien, wizard, or superhero! We will have a costume contest with prizes for everyone who dresses up. Staff look forward to dress-up days as much as the campers! Don’t be surprised if your counselor suddenly turns into a purple-haired Rock Star!
Camp MasterChef offers a dynamic, residential culinary experience for children 8-16 years old. Campers stay for one-or two-week sessions where they enjoy themed programming including culinary competitions, hands-on cooking lessons, master classes, outdoor sports activities and interactive challenges. Past contestants of MasterChef and MasterChef Jr. join campers giving culinary support.
Join us at one of our 5 locations:
• Rabun Gap, GA
• Cheshire, CT
• La Porte, IN
• Claremont, CA
• Houston, TX
From Cookies to Full Meals, Our 4 Camps cover a vast range of recipes. Each day will be fun-filled with kitchen activity as we introduce your children to our kitchen with safety procedures. Your children will return home with new skills and want to help in preparation of family meals.
Entertainment for Change is a nonprofit organization that has put together a summer curriculum to educate kids/teens (ages 7-17) at the intersection of the arts and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We are offering virtual (via ZOOM) arts education courses, led by many well-respected artists/educators to inspire and empower the next generation of young artists! Courses begin on June 29th.
Experience the unforgettable fun of summer camp no matter where you are. Camp Galileo Anywhere allows for a custom camp experience for your Pre-K through 8th grader with an engaging range of online classes from crafting to cooking to coding.
With a hands-on curriculum that inspires innovation and independence, experienced instructors that make every kid feel special, memorable camp rituals and joyful community building, it all adds up to an awesome Galileo adventure—that you can do anywhere!
Since 1946, Kennolyn Camps has provided a haven for boys and girls ages 6-16 to be their best selves, unplug from technology, and make lifelong friends. Join us at one of our two overnight camp locations: in the Santa Cruz Mountains at our hidden village in the redwood forest just a short drive to the beach. Or on Huntington Lake just south of Yosemite at our cozy lodge nestled in the Sierras. This summer we’re celebrating 75 years of changed lives!
Plus, we have special “in-between-session” programs at no additional fee for campers staying multiple sessions.
8400 Glen Haven Road, Soquel, CA 95073
60900 La Salle Lane, Lakeshore, CA 93634
Memories and friendships await at River Way Ranch Camp! Nestled in the scenic foothills of Sequoia National Park, River Way offers children, ages 7-16, an unparalleled environment to learn, thrive and grow. Extraordinary, highly trained staff encourage and guide campers to try a wide array of activities.
Through 75+ activities, campers will improve their confidence and enjoy activities such as waterskiing, horseback riding, ziplines, ropes course, theater, culinary arts, mini-bikes, go-karts, waverunners, gymnastics, film production academy, camping overnights and much more. With an emphasis on first time campers, River Way provides exciting experiences, proving to strengthen core values while increasing independence and social skills.
Campers, ages 7-9, remain with their counselors throughout the day participating in a variety of activities, while 10-16 year-olds customize their schedules.
Looking for a digital experience for this summer? Look no further! STAR’s Solar System Camps are low ratio digital camps enhanced with a suite of online tools including Google Classroom and Zoom to maximize interactivity.
Although digital in design, space for these camps are limited since teachers work directly with campers from 9 am to 3 pm. Furthermore, to insure a fun camp the entire family can enjoy, materials for these online versions of our summer camps will be provided.
Finally, we’ve discounted all of our Solar System Camps by $100 from the price of their in-person counterparts. These digital camps comprise: Dance: Camera, Action!, Engineering: Design Your LA, Medieval Minecraft, Culinary Arts: A Taste of LA, Coding with Kano, Bricklab: Rise of The Brick Builders and more! Visit www.starcamps.org for details!
At Steve & Kate’s, we believe that when you trust kids, they develop the confidence to trust themselves. So we created a summer camp that puts kids in charge. Summer gives us the freedom to reinvent learning in a way that allows kids to make their own choices and, of course, a few mistakes along the way.
Our summer camp empowers your kids to make their own choices, setting them up for a fulfilling and creative future. Activities include sewing, crafting, media lab, sports, karaoke, and so much more! Ages 4-12. Open 8:30am-5:30pm. Lunch and snacks included.
The Country School, 5243 Laurel Canyon Boulevard, Valley Village
Email: [email protected]
Calling all first through sixth graders: design your own adventure this summer. Mix and match to create your summer of fun! Summer at The Center features engaging class offerings, state-of-the-art classrooms, outstanding athletic facilities, nurturing staff, and expert teachers. Sign up for summer excitement and learning at CEE’s expanded campus in West Hollywood.
One- and three-week sessions are offered in:
Science–chemistry, marine biology, Science Explosion, dinosaurs, animals
Sports–soccer, basketball, football, and more
Technology–Video Game Creator, Minecraft, coding, computer animation
Engineering–Lego robotics, architectural model building, Invention Workshop
Arts–fashion design, studio art, anime, puppetry, photography, play production, dance
Academics–Math Skills & Thrills, writing, debate
Hobbies–cooking, magic, knitting, Spanish, karate, ukulele.
Dream, design, and dig in this summer at The Center!
In this upside down world, The Help Group’s summer camps will be virtual starting June 15th! During these online summer camps, neurodiverse 6-21 year olds with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs will be provided a safe and enriching atmosphere to engage, experience, and explore. With three offerings to choose from, each camper is matched to ensure an appropriate peer group for learning and fun. Campers will participate in a wide range of fun activities, such as social skills, fun & fitness, engaging games, science experiments, arts & crafts, and so much more! Siblings are welcome. Learn more at www.kidslikemela.org/camps. Questions? Contact Nicole at [email protected]
Use coupon code “MOMSLA” for discount at checkout. $39.50 (w/ coupon)
The Young Art Summer Camp Adventure will include lessons in drawing, clay sculpture, science experiments, origami, culinary arts, Lego brick design, jewelry making, horitculture, recycled art, and digital art depending on grade level. Our team is committed to inspiring the next generation of young inventors, artists, designers, and entrepreneurs to be bold innovators by providing creative and enriching experiences through hands-on learning.
Enroll in the Morning Session (9:30am-12pm PST) or Afternoon Session (1pm-3:30pm PST).
June 22–26; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. June 29–July 3; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 6–July 10; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 13–July 17; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 20–July 24; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 27–July 31; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 3–August 7; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 10–August 14; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 17–August 21; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 24–August 28; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m..