With many of the online virtual camps, you can mix and match activities to tailor the experience to your kids' interests.
“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."
“The van itself draws people in and gets them to talk about ways to make their home safer.”
“We all believe that by investing in our kids ... we’re investing in the future of our region. We’re providing kids better opportunities. We’re providing a brighter future for the region.”
"Bad things are happening to infants and children. Some of them will end up in foster care and, sadly, some of them will be damaged."
School is letting out for kids everywhere, and while summer vacation is fun, summer learning loss is a real problem. One study cited by Brookings Institute found that kids in grades 2 to 9 lost 25 to 30% of their school year learning over the summer. The problem disproportionately affects low-income students who may not be able...
Read the winning stories with your kids as a jumping point for their own storytelling. Warning: Giggling – and big ideas – may occur.