Guest Post: Online Camps for a Summer of Learning Adventures

This guest post is provided by our friends at Common Sense Media:

Online summer camps for kids aren’t necessarily a sad stand-in for the “real” thing. In fact, kids can do many of the same things they’d do at a traditional camp. They can make new friends, learn cool things, and improve academic skills (not to mention stay out of your hair).

In some ways, online programs can have a bit of an edge over an in-person camp. With self-paced lessons, one-on-one meetings with counselors, and experienced instructors, kids can take advantage of learning opportunities they wouldn’t have otherwise. And most — but not all — virtual camps are less expensive than the traditional kind. With many of the listings below, you can mix and match activities based on your kids’ interests. Each works a bit differently, so review the “How it works” section for details.

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