2020 Ultimate Summer Camp Guide
We understand money can be extra tight, so we’ve put together a budget-friendly summer camp guide list especially for you!
We are lucky to have many different camps available for our kids in Orlando that focus on everything from art, dance, science, sports, academics and more. Here are some of the BEST summer camps in our area.
What’s your favorite? Let us know at [email protected]
Virtual Tech Camps from iD Tech
Virtual Tech Camps are the perfect way for kids and teens to sharpen STEM skills and bond with new friends, all from the comfort of home. With the highest quality remote instruction on the planet, your child can unlock tech brilliance and create an exciting project.
Structured, weeklong sessions available now in multiple time zones (5 consecutive days, Monday-Friday) with the hottest curriculum in Python, Java, Minecraft, Roblox, Unity, Adobe, 3D modeling, and more.
Average of 5 students per instructor, blending personalized learning and time to socialize with new friends, with all of the magic of camp including games, challenges, and legendary iD traditions you can’t find anywhere else.
XL Soccer World
Camp at XL Soccer World offers participants aged 4 – 14 years old, the opportunity to develop their soccer skills and participate in a variety of other camp based games from expert, caring instructors.
For players who enjoy soccer or who are looking to learn, our camps are a dream come true!
Campers will work on their technical skills such as dribbling, passing, turning, shooting and will play fun soccer games and scrimmages. There will of course be the famous XL World Cup each Friday.
Through spirited play, campers experience the thrill of soccer and team play at the area’s most exciting and comprehensive soccer camp. Your child will experience a fun, energetic day in a safe and controlled environment.
With options to fit every student Age 4 through Grade 12, our education experiences are uniquely designed to use theater to build critical life skills in each participant. Our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. These are the life skills your child will learn that will help them move forward to a better future, while having fun at the same time!
Camp J at the Rosen JCC
Campers make lifelong memories at Camp J at the Rosen JCC.
SUMMER CAMPS at the Rosen JCC, 11184 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando, 407-387-5330, campjorlando.org
Doodle Day Camp
Doodle Day Camp is for children ages 3-12 and combines learn-through-play and summer fun so that your children stay active and never stop learning.
With weekly themes that cover science, music, imagination and more, every single day is a new experience.
Create your custom summer schedule and pre-enroll online. Come for a few days, weeks or the whole summer – it’s up to you!
Cost: varies by schedule. See website or contact us for details
Doodle Bugs! Children’s Learning Academy
857 West Mitchell Hammock Road
Oviedo, FL 32765
Camp Create Art Camp
Camp Create is an inspiring Central Florida summer art camp for kids who like to have fun and make things.Your child will learn art theory while exploring new mediums in a fun, hands-on creativity-boosting week. We will have a break for outdoor play as well.We always have creative helpers working alongside of us to make sure that the kids will get plenty of individual help and attention with their projects. We plan to have fun and get messy, so let them wear casual clothes and be ready to get creative!
More Summer Camps
Anchor Academy Preschool, Apopka, FL
Growing Tree Learning Center, Casselberry, FL
Kids In The Country, St Cloud, FL
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