This free camp lasts 1 1/2 hours per day on 3 separate days and is available at Apple Retail Stores throughout the country.
Note that a parent must stay with your child(ren) during Apple Camp.
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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!