In their first year, high school kids grew as much as 800 heads of lettuce every week and gave it all to their local food bank.
“Making this commitment forces you to slow down and put yourself first."
“Our approach is history should be fun. If kids are having fun, they'll be learning in the process.”
With many of the online virtual camps, you can mix and match activities to tailor the experience to your kids' interests.
July’s Top 10 events for kids cover all the bases with an ice cream festival, a fireworks race and a celebration of goats.
“The great thing about game-making is that anyone can enjoy playing games. Therefore, anyone can make them. It feels so fulfilling to make your own, and especially to win.”
The treehouse is "a magical, different world up in the trees. You can see the canopy and get ... fresh eyes on nature."