Virtual Summer Camps
Accesso Club is compiling a list of FREE virtual summer camps that your kids will love.
One of the most highly regarded digital summer camps on the planet that is completely free. Parents and children will find a wide variety of fun and engaging summer camp activities to take part in when they dive headfirst into Camp Wonderopolis. Some of these activities revolve around STEM field careers, others are designed to boost literacy and comprehension, and others still are designed to help foster improve critical thinking and creativity in young minds.
Best of all, after downloading the free Camp Kits you and your campers can go at your own pace to take full advantage of all that this unique digital summer camp has to offer.
Google offers a four week interactive summer camp at absolutely no cost. Offering some of the highest quality educational content, Google partners with other giants like NASA, Khan Academy, National Geographic and NPS to create fun and engaging content for children and teenagers.
The summer camp learning activities explores things like the ocean, space, nature and music. Although it’s official start date is July 13th, kids can still watch last years educational videos and activities.
Varsity tutors offers week long interactive summer camps to keep your child’s mind active. They have quite a few options so depending on your child’s interest it’s easy to find something suitable for them. Some of the virtual camp themes they offer are art, lego, detective and fairy tales. Your child can work with campers all across the world and open their mind to new things. Taught by professional instructors and with a focus on encouraging your child to try new things, this virtual summer camp is a great choice for any K-12 student.
Makers Summer Camp
This camp focuses on hands on learning for children. It’s project focused where your child builds things based on their interests. With a focus on science, technology, and art it brings multiple disciplines together. Your child receives daily potential activities they may like ranging from creating slime to building unique art portraits.
With the pandemic going on and traditional summer camps for children closing down, these free summer camp options are great way for your child to continue their learning at no cost to you and in a safe way. It also helps them prepare for more digital school learning if things don’t get better by the end of the summer. Find more helpful summer camp guides on our homepage.
Summer Slugger is a fun, interactive, online course that uses the game of baseball to help kids ages 8 to 11 maintain their math and literacy skills during the summer months. Major League Baseball and EVERFI have teamed up to create a platform that keeps kids learning while they are out of school, and avoid the “summer slide” that contributes to a long-term achievement gap.
Check out their STEM, Arts, Sports, and Adventure themed camps to learn new skills, stay active, and explore the world together. Come back daily for updates! Families can also download #CampYouTube bingo boards and cross off camp activities they complete.
Happy Camper Live
Happy Camper Live is bringing the summer camp feeling into your home 365 days a year. Great activities, goofy fun, exciting adventures, all in a safe place to explore, be creative, build confidence, find a passion, and grow.
UNICEF Kid Power Camp
CAMP@HOME with UNICEF Kid Power® features 75+ short videos (sports, crafts, cooking, campfire songs and more) that inspire kids to “press play” on-screen, then “go play” off-screen. As kids have fun and learn new skills, they’ll also make a global and local impact!
Start With a Book is an exceptionally helpful site for parents and teachers who are looking for book suggestions, reading activities, and practical tips for teaching kids to read.
Leap of Joy Virtual Summer Camp
Leap of Joy will be hosting 2 classes on Zoom each day featuring fabulous teachers dancing, acting, and crafting! All ages and abilities are welcome, no previous dance experience necessary. Parents and Guardians can join in the fun too! There is no cost to participate but registration is required to receive the Zoom link.