Virtual Summer Fun

Hey! We love that you're interested in this, but just a heads up, it's for North Florida.

Well it looks like summer is going to be a lot tougher on parents…since a lot of summer camps and Vacation Bible School’s won’t be happening this year, we wanted to give you some online tools to help you and your family survive this summer! And if you know of a great resource not listed – let us know!

Happy Camper Live is like a real life summer camp online with virtual camp counselors, rec time, and more!

The Book It! program returns for its first ever summer reading program! With free pizza!!

Wide Open School has done all the work for you! They compile daily activities each week from around the internet to keep your kids entertained and educated!

Camp Kinda is a free virtual summer experience designed to keep kids in grades K-8 engaged, curious, and having fun—even if they’re stuck at home. It’s like summer camp… kinda.

Take Lessons is offering free classes for all ages ranging from cooking and music to yoga and sign language!

How about some free virtual field trips?

Several children’s museums are hosting virtual summer camps and activities!

Daily exercise classes to get your kids (and you) moving!

Audible is offering free audiobooks for kids while schools are closed!

PBS Kids is sending parents daily activities to keep kids busy during the summer.

Kiwi Co is running a virtual summer camp that can be supplemented with their creative craft crates!

Camp Wonderopolis has lots of free virtual summer camps covering STEM topics!

If you’ve got a music or theater kids in your house, then they’ll want to check out the Met Opera’s virtual summer camp!

Start a summer reading program or book club with Start With a Book!

Your high schooler may want to check out Destination Career Academy’s summer coding camps and career exploration camps – tuition free AND they can earn school credit!

Varsity Tutors has a TON of summer camp classes from science to art and everything in between!

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