Keep Your Kids Busy This Summer With Virtual Camps

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With social distancing still in effect, summer is going to look a lot different this year, and that includes summer camps. Summer camps—if they are choosing to still run in-person programs—will have to drastically cut the number of children they can accommodate. Because of this many day camps are choosing to run online programs to keep costs down and stay afloat.

We’ve rounded up 10 summer camps that are offering online programs that will help keep your kids busy and entertained throughout the summer times.

Brain Power

This summer Brain Power will be offering a range of exciting and educational online courses for many grade levels in Language Arts, Math and Problem Solving, Critical Reading and Writing, and Science.

Camp Tournesol

Looking for some French fun this summer? This virtual French camp for children aged 4 to 12 has significant academic components as well as some fun aspects, run by trained and knowledgeable leaders, and on a safe and secure online platform.

Canadian Contemporary School of Art

Full-day and half-day virtual camps are available for ages 4–12. Each week focuses on a different country around the world, as kids explore artistic fields including drawing, painting, wearable arts, architecture, cartooning and drama. Sign up for a new adventure each week.

Codezilla Kids

STEM Maker and GAME Maker camps are being offered virtually for one hour daily for ages 5 to 14. All materials will be delivered within the GTA. Camps will include social interactions, fun crafts, online coding, and more.

Dacosta Magic

If your kid is a budding Houdini, then Dacosta Magic’s Summer of Magic program will be right up their alley. This 3-month program includes all magic tools, props and tricks plus a magic bag and will be conducted over Zoom.

Great Big Theatre Company

Offering an innovative Online Summer Drama Camp for kids and young people aged 6-14, Great Big Theatre Company will be sharing collaborative and engaging drama games, improvisations, art projects, plays and scenes. A camp week consists of two 75-minute participatory Zoom sessions each day, Monday to Friday.


MakerKids Virtual Camps are a great way for kids to be engaged with learning, and to socialize with other like-minded kids. Available for grades 1-8, camps are 2 hours per day and get kids creating fun projects within a group of their peers at whatever level they are currently at.

The Second City

A mainstay in Toronto drama camps, The Second City is taking their summer camps online for Summer 2020. With camps from kids form 7 to 17 years old, there are over a dozen different camps to choose from.

STEM Minds

Campers will spend their days learning about awesome topics like 3D design, video game design, coding, and more all from home. Camp staff will deliver lessons virtually and are available live to help provide targeted guidance and assistance to students as they work through awesome activities and projects.

Camp @ Home

Camp @ Home aims to give kids the full camp experience, just from the comfort and safety of home. Campers log in for three hours of engaging programming and social connection each day. Twice a day, campers break off into their “cabins”—small, age-specific groups. Each day your camper will participate in various interactive camp-wide activities, games and competitions.

Mad Science

Live presenters will engage your children with fun, interactive and hands-on experiments. Step-by-step guided activities and cool demonstrations turn screen time into a fun and meaningful experience that is sure to capture your child’s attention. All supplies provided are safe, fun and designed to create a memorable summer camp experience! Morning and/or afternoon sessions are available. Sign up for one week or the whole summer!

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