The World-Herald's annual guide, organized by theme with children's interests in mind.
Summer camp isn’t just about camping anymore. Youngsters can study anything from bridge design to zoo animal care to entrepreneurship at many indoor camps this spring and summer.
Tiny hands gripping safety scissors make precision cuts to brightly colored construction paper to form triangles and nonsensical shapes. The concentration is so intense that these seven little artists barely speak.
For some kids, the stage feels like home. The best part about these camps? No audition necessary. So go ahead, tell your budding performer to “break a leg.”
When fingerpaints and colored pencils at the kitchen table just are aren’t enough, these camps take over for the ultimate creative experience.
Camp is one of those rites of passage. Who doesn’t remember the first time they went to an overnight camp? You’re feeling both thrilled and terrified at the idea of being away from home — and your parents — for at a week or two in the summer.