FREE Apple Kids Camp at Apple Retail Stores For Ages 8-12 (Make Reservations Now)
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Apple stores are once again hosting the very popular Apple Camp for kids ages 8-12 throughout this summer!
This free camp lasts 1 1/2 hours per day on 3 separate days and is available at Apple Retail Stores throughout the country.
Space is limited and workshops fill up quickly so head on over here and sign your kids up now – just select your state and store and you will then be able to select the week you would like to sign up for (each child is limited to no more than one Apple Camp workshop).
Note that a parent must stay with your child(ren) during Apple Camp.
Check out these previous reader comments:
We did the Coding camp last week and my 10 year old had a ball. For the parents, they had a mini workshop for us on coding as well. This week we are doing the iMovie camp and same thing, the kids started theirs and the parents made their own too. I was quite proud of how mine turned out. We are having a great time with them.
My 12 year old son did this same Camp last week and loved it. I didn’t mind waiting after half way through the first class. I got to talk to other moms and grandmas there and it was a fun time. Instructors were awesome and kids are so proud of their creations.
I signed my son and daughter up for 2 different camps ( my son did coding and my daughter did the music composing ) so we went every single day for a week. I thought the staff was AMAZING with the kids and the program was really good quality. The fact that I had to stay ( with a younger child in tow ) did not bother me. The head instructor made every effort to include my in my children’s learning, asking for my feedback, providing me with a set of headphones to listen to my daughter’s music. They were at least 15 kids in each camp and I understand that it would be a big liability to Apple to keep everyone safe, and even make disciplinary decisions should they arise. The last day we took a big bag of candy and a thank you card for the whole crew.
My son went last year to 2 of the 3 classes, at age 11. A lot of the information he already knew, so he was a little bored, and he was practically the oldest one in the class too. Getting the t-shirt and the bracelet was a nice bonus though!