One of the best things about Bright Lights camps is the variety of topics offered. But, having so many choices can be overwhelming, so we’ve condensed some camps that still have openings into categories that we hope will help your student sort through the options and find one or two camps that capture their imagination.
Do you have a creative student? Do you love their creations but could do without the mess at home? Then these art camps may be the perfect fit:
- Dollar Tree & Crafty Me for grades 4-6
- Craft College for grades 6-8
- Pokémon 3D Advanced for grades 3-6
- Clay Craziness for grades 6-8
- Jewelry Design for grades 6-8
- Funky Furniture for grades 4-6
- Scrapbooking Stories for grades 4-6
These camps give your student the chance to try an instrument without purchasing one, so you can see if that request for a guitar or ukulele lasts past the summer! The camps are also taught by some amazing music teachers.
- Beginning Guitar for grades 5-7
- Uke Can Do It! for grades 4-6
- Songwriting with Strings for grades 6-8
If your student has a little extra energy to burn, the following camps will provide some good exercise and an opportunity to learn some new skills.
- Outdoor Adventures for grades 6-8
- Plant Yourself in the Garden for grades 2-5
- Roll On: Skating and More for grades 4-7
- Let’s Move It, Move It! for grades 3-5
- Mindful Moments: Find Your Happy for grades 3-5
- Pedal Power: Tackle the Trails for grades 6-8
Much like messy art projects, giving students the freedom to cook in the kitchen – especially when learning to cook – can sometimes be better left to an expert … or at the very least, somewhere other than your own kitchen!
- Cooking American and Japanese Cuisine for grades 6-8
- Culinary Challenge: All Things Candy for grades 6-8
- Culinary Challenge: Baking Bread for grades 6-8
- German Cooking and Culture for grades 6-8
We hope this round-up of camps is a good resource for you to use with your student to identify some areas of interest and related camps. Registration is open until a week before the camp begins, and you can view the entire schedule broken out by dates and grades at BrightLights.org.