It may seem as though the year has just begun, but the truth is that summer is just a few months away. Have you thought about how you’ll ensure your kid keeps up with their school work over the summer and continues to grow? If you’re like many parents, you want a way for your child to continue to learn but you also want them to enjoy their summer. Enter CodeREV Kids summer coding camps.
There’s a camp to meet virtually need
There are a number of different summer camps available, some of which are all day and others are just half a day. Some are a week long and others are longer. The purpose of the curriculum at CodeREV Kids is certainly to teach your kids while ensuring they’re having a blast, but we also work hard to make sure that our spring and summer tech camps meet a wide variety of needs.
Check out an example daily schedule and you’ll see that there’s lots of fun to be had
The daily schedule for the particular camp your child signs up for will vary but today we wanted to share an example of a daily schedule. This will give you an idea of what you might expect.
- 9:00: Game activities and group check-in
- 9:15: First create period
- 10:30: Morning snack and an activity break
- 10:45: Second create period
- 12:00: Lunch
- 12:20: Outdoor recreation
- 1:00: Third create period
- 2:00: Meet and offer direction
- 2:30: Snack
- 2:45: Fourth create period
- 3:30: Afternoon snack and break
- 4:00: Pair up and share the work done
The specific activities that your child will take part in during the create periods will vary based on the type of camp they sign up for. Younger kids or those who don’t have a lot of tech experience may start with a camp that offers lots of direction. Older kids who are more experienced may work at their own pace on projects selected by them and supervised by our staff.
The bottom line is that it’s all up to you
Whether you choose to send your kid to us all day or just half a day, it’s up to you. What classes they sign up for and what they work on, it’s all up to you. We provide the expert guidance and award-winning curriculum but at end of the day – and the start of it – it’s really all about what will work best for your kid.