With the warmer weather comes the itch to get outside, explore and try new activities. For many parents, figuring out what exactly to do with their children this summer can prove to be difficult, especially during a pandemic. How can you ensure they’re having fun, while learning something new?

KidzToPros Summer Camps provides opportunities for children to develop critical skills and learn the values of teamwork and sportsmanship in a creative environment. Why not gift your children an experience that is fun and educational?

KidzToPros STEM, Sports & Arts camps, led by top-tier professional instructors who are passionate about teaching and child development, focus on providing kids with skills that help them in their future. Camps for kids ages 4 to 8 incorporate both STEM and play, while camps for kids ages 7 to 18 focus on a single activity and are customized to each age.With more than 50 regional locations in the U.S., there’s two locations in the Dallas Fort Worth area itself.

Start your little ones early, with KidzToPros programs like Makerspace + Play It All Sports. Young campers experience hands-on science and a variety of outdoor activities. Wonder Robotics + Play It All Sportsthat introduces kids to programming with an engaging robot named Dash.

With U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipating careers in STEM anticipated to rise 9% in the coming years, camp programs like Scratch coding, Game Design, 3D modeling, Web Design and more.

If your little one is more of an artist, KidzToPros has a program for them. Kids can participate in Art Skills, Film Studio, Music Production, Improv Comedy and Graphic Design, camps that focus on creativity and innovation.

One and two-week camps allow kids to try new things that many schools don’t offer. With many new COVID-19 protocols and precautions in place, KidzToPros is successfully hosting in-person seasonal camps and continues to follow the state and county health guidelines.

What’s a typical day at KidzToPros summer camp look like? Many locations offer pre-care beginning at 8 a.m. for parents who need to start their day a little early. By 9 a.m. your kids will be ready to rock with an agenda for the day and a warm-up activity. It’s typical to complete two camp-specific activities before lunchtime.

After lunch, they’ll have a free period, another camp-specific activity and then presentations to the group on what they’ve learned and created that day. Need extended childcare? At 3 p.m., three-hour extended care is offered with structured activities.

However, if you and yours are more comfortable with remote learning, KidzToPros camps offer an at-home virtual experience, allowing kids to interact in real-time with instructors and other children.

Ready to enroll your kids this summer to give them a fun, educational and memorable experience? KidzToPros is offering some awesome deals to DFWOnBudget readers. Save $100 off On-campus Camps with code DFW-100. If you’re looking to participate in online camp, don’t fret! They’re offering a $25 off Online Camps with code DFW-25.

 

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