School is almost over, which means summer break is right around the corner. Summer camp is great option to keep kids busy and having fun, but for families who are on a budget or have a busy summer travel schedule, it might be hard to find the right fit. That’s why we love online summer camps – kids can attend just by sitting in front of a computer or a device, anywhere in the world and at any time they choose. Here are our top picks.
Maker Camp: This program offers both online and offline projects, with affiliates that host physical campsites where campers work with other kids and adults to complete the projects.
Camp Wonderopolis: With a health- and fitness-themed program lined up for 2016, this free camp uses both STEM and DIY to keep kids learning all summer long.
DIY Camps: While their programs aren’t posted for summer quite yet, DIY camps offer kids a safe online space to learn new skills like animation or coding.
Connected Camps: Do you have a serious Minecraft fan in the family? Connected Camps offer a moderated, free, and safe way for them to explore the world of Minecraft all summer long.