Summer 2021—thank goodness—will offer more opportunities for outdoor programming and (hopefully) a gradual return toward normalcy. But with millions of parents still working from home and limitations still in place for youth activities, Camp Kinda is returning for a second summer to wage the triumphant battle against boredom.
For 10 weeks from June 7 to August 13, Kinda campers will enjoy unlimited access to brand-new adventures, as well as fully revised and updated versions of their favorite adventures from our library. There are some exciting upgrades, too, like CK Jr., a whole set of adventures just for our littlest learners (ages 3-6).
As before, we’ve designed Camp Kinda with flexibility in mind. Every adventure is self-directed, so it’s easy to fit Camp Kinda into your summer schedule. There are no Zoom calls, no start or end times, no pop quizzes. If your kids are lucky enough to be in a real camp, Camp Kinda can be a great fit for the hours before or after. It’s also perfect for rainy days and those pockets of time when kids need something to do besides Netflix or Roblox. The only rule? No boredom allowed. We’ve got that covered with adventures on topics like Code Builder, Extreme Environments, and Craft of Magic.
As a non-profit, EdNavigator is committed to making Camp Kinda available to every family that needs it. The cost is only $25 per family for the entire summer, and full fee waivers are available for families that need them. We’re also partnering with employers that sponsor it as a benefit for employees and school districts that offer it as a complement to summer learning.
As we wrap up The Kinda Guide, we’re sorry to see you go. But we hope you’ll sign the kids up to adventure with us this summer. Check out CampKinda.org to take a look at camp for yourself and register today.
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