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Summer 2020 Family Resources

How are you all feeling about summer 2020?  I’m feeling so daunted by it all. After months of distance learning, it’s now officially Camp Mom, and why do I already feel burnt out? Luckily so many companies are reformatting their summer programs and camps to be experienced at home virtually! I need all the help I can get this summer as we stay local and stay safe! I’ve round up some awesome options to keeping kids of all ages learning and entertained! Good luck and hang in there!

Little Passports Summer Camp In A Box

Little Passports is offering summer camp in a box! Great for ages 3-12, this box keeps campers busy for several hours a day for 6 days. I love the idea of continuing to discover cultures and countries even if we can physically travel there yet! Little passports also offers a science box camp for all our little scientists!

Access To Language Studies


This virtual summer camp is a great resource for older children (12-19 years old). American and international students will be able to pursue educational topics not typically available at summer schools and summer camps, including Creative Writing, Film Production, Music History, Environmental Science, College Preparation, and more.

Curbelo Creations

Get your kids excited about wear their masks! Curbelo Creations offers awesome masks that can be colored in with fabric markers. Safety and one of a kind creations all in one! A great afternoon activity for kids of all ages!

Blue Sky Kids Vitual Camp

Blue Sky is offering virtual camps for all ages! Camp programs are taught only by professionals in their field, like pro athletes, certified yogis, acclaimed dancers, and more. Programs include dance, calligraphy, cooking, songwriting, chess, and so much more! Blue Sky offers one on one programs and group combos, where campers will virtually engage with other kids for 3 hours a day! This is a great family resource for summer 2020.

Chefs De Partie

Looking to throw a quarantine birthday? Chefs de Partie is here to help! They specialize in virtual, chef-led, children’s birthday parties. Choose from 4 different fun filled themes, then all party guest will be sent an easy to find grocery list, and a party kit so all virtual guests can participate in the fun the day of your party! This is a great interactive way of having a party while being safe at home!

Hoot Reading

Hoot reading connects real classroom teachers with children to practice virtual reading over a video app. This is a wonderful resource, specially now with distance learning and summer break. With programs for twice or three times a week, this is guaranteed to help your kids continue learning and moving forward in their education.

Sailing Camp

Atlantic Yachting is offering a children’s sailing summer camp! Get the kids outdoors and have them learn something new! Camp runs Monday – Friday 9:00am – 3:30pm so perfect for working parents, and is open to all skill levels. Learning to sail is engaging, fun, challenging, and an amazing adventure!

Art Students League Of New York City

Do you have a teen artist needing to be inspired? The Art Students League is offering teen virtual workshops and camps for all your young artists! The class is designed to develop a foundation in drawing. Students will also learn how to interpret still life subjects. They will gain a skills needed to create their own artwork, incorporating a range of approaches and materials including: graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, marker, ink, oil pastel, watercolor, and collage.

Broadway From Home

Broadway From Home is an online-based classroom that was created to keep theater education for kids going in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. They employ Broadway actors who are currently out of work to teach each class. This is a fun and immersive way to get your kids excited about theater and theater arts!

Blue School Connected 

Blue School Connected offers both on site and off site summer programs for preschool through middle school students. Option 1 is a program that is both on site and online, while option 2 is fully done online. Blue School believes in in reimagining education with an ever evolving  world.

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11 thoughts on “Summer 2020 Family Resources”

  1. Kristine Nicole Alessandra

    I wish we had something similar here. Our summer is almost over and we are still on community quarantine. The kids have missed out on summer this year, but no regrets. As long as they are safe and healthy, it is fine with us. We’ll keep these ideas in mind for next summer.

  2. I love that so many places are doing this. It’s not the same as actually going to camp, but it’s a nice substitute for the summer life we are experiencing right now.

  3. Steven Morrissette

    Great summer ideas they will be fabulous with the kids. That’s a good way to inspire the 2020 summer.

  4. These are some really great resources that me and my family can make good use of. There is something here for everyone!

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