Summer camps have gone virtual this year. Check out these five experiences built to educate and entertain your kids.
STAGE WEST THEATRE
This legendary venue has exemplified the “show must go on” with virtual plays and entertainment from the start of quarantine. Summer Theatre Classes options include: set design, costume design, acting and auditioning, TikTok and song choice. Get details here.
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
Have an engineer-in-the-making on your hands? No sweat. Partnering organization IDTECh is offering virtual Coding, Game Dev, Robotics and Creative courses. Get details here.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is offering artist-designed project packages and virtual classrooms for registered campers. In addition, all website visitors will have access to a free, downloadable PDF featuring 10-pages of 10 artist-designed projects. Get details here.
Varsity Tutors offers live classes that span multiple weeks featuring everything from cooking and art to theatre and songwriter. Did we mention its free? Can’t beat that! Get details here.
FORT WORTH ZOO
The Fort Worth Zoo’s popular summer camp is one of the first to return in-person. The camp includes 10 weeks of themed adventures, from Zoo excursions to animal encounters, Monday through Friday for children ages 3 to fifth grade. Participants may sign up for any number of weeks – commitment to all 10 is not required. Registration is online only.
If you’re looking for camps outside of The Fort, visit mamachallenge.com for additional recommendations.