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KidzToPros Summer Camp Age Groups

KidzToPros summer camps are finely fine tuned to meet age-specific academic, social and physical develop needs of each camper.

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Ages 4-6 Grades PreK-K

We love introducing the camp experience to kids in PreK and K! Our focus is on helping kids develop important new skills that will prepare them for success in the classroom and on the playground.

Kindergarten girl
  • Participate in a mix of activities that introduce teamwork, coordination, and learning and following rules
  • Learn to make friends and interact with kids from diverse backgrounds
  • Improve fine motor skills with creative projects and sports activities
  • Build healthy bones and muscles, improve focus, and reduce stress with physical activities

On-campus and online Summer Camp activities include:

  • Makerspace hands-on science and engineering projects that mix in imagination, exploration and problem-solving
  • Wonder Robotics introduces kids to programming with Dash, an engaging blue robot
  • Play It All Sports brings a new sports activity as kids increase their physical skills, learn teamwork and good sportsmanship.

Ages 6-8 Grades 1-2

KidzToPros provides kids in grades 1-2 with new experiences that push their comfort zones and help them discover who they are and what they like.

Children coding
  • Engage in activities that are interesting, though-provoking and fun
  • Develop critical thinking skills with projects that require understanding and problem solving
  • Promote creativity by encouraging unique ways to solve problems and build one-of-a-kind projects
  • Learn to work both independently and within a group to develop friendships and teamwork skills

On-campus and online Summer Camp activities include:

  • Makerspace hands-on science and engineering projects that mix in imagination, exploration and problem-solving
  • Wonder Robotics introduces kids to programming with Dash, an engaging blue robot
  • Play It All Sports brings a new sports activity as kids increase their physical skills, learn teamwork and good sportsmanship
  • Basketball, Soccer, and Tennis camps that allow kids to focus and improve on a single sport

Ages 7-11 Grades 2-5

The focus for campers in grades 2-5 is on adventure, discovery and expanding campers view of the world.

Children playing baseball
  • Continued development of social skills and awareness of others
  • Develop creative skills with activities across multiple art disciplines
  • Learn to think independently and use their ideas to strategize and collaborate with fellow campers
  • Promote adventure and discovery with innovative, hands-on projects and sports activities

On-campus and online Summer Camp activities include:

  • Makerspace hands-on science and engineering projects that mix in imagination, exploration and problem-solving
  • LEGO Robotics combines LEGO building blocks with a programmable brick, motors and sensors to create robots
  • Scratch Coding focuses on the foundational computer coding concepts
  • Roblox and Minecraft use popular games to introduce coding and game design
  • Play It All Sports brings a new sports activity as kids increase their physical skills, learn teamwork and good sportsmanship.
  • Basketball, Soccer, and Tennis camps that allow kids to focus and improve on a single sport

Ages 10-14 Grades 5-8

KidzToPros camps for kids in grades 5-8 (middle school) prepare them for the tech-centric world of tomorrow.

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  • Practice important skills, including critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication
  • Develop life skills in leadership, productivity, flexibility and initiative
  • Improve teamwork and collaboration skills and learn to smoothly resolve conflicts
  • Learn the latest technology and media thru project-based initiatives

On-campus and online Summer Camp activities include:

  • Python camp teaches campers one of the fastest growing programming languages
  • Web Design teaches the creation of dynamic and responsive multi-page websites
  • Unity Game Design is ideal for aspiring video game developers
  • Digital 3D Modeling introduces campers to the world of 3D models for games or movies
  • Music Production Camp + YouTube and Playwriters Guild + Film Studio for music and film creators
  • Digital Arts + Graphic Design combines graphics for digital outlets with printed art

Ready for summer?

We have more than 50 regional locations and hundreds of online courses

The KidzToPros difference

A camp for every kid

With dozens of camps in STEM, Arts and Sports, you're sure to find a camp that suits your child's interests and meets your criteria for learning, socialization and safety.

Teaching critical skills

Today's children are the innovators of tomorrow. Our camps help develop important life skills like creativity, problem-solving, integrative thinking and teamwork.

Passionate, experienced staff

KidzToPros experienced instructors and coaches are passionate about providing your child an engaging, inspiring and educational experience! They're also background-checked and COVID-tested.

World-class Curriculum

Camp curriculum that inspires life-long learning! By connecting learning and fun, we help students develop the necessary skills and qualities essential for higher education and beyond.

Partnerships with schools

KidzToPros has partnered with hundreds of schools to provide camps on their campus and to ensure we're meeting the education and enrichment needs of all kids.

Support for Parents

Our website and mobile app make it easy to manage your child's programs and progress, from registration to secure payments, check-in/check-out notifications and feedback. FAQ

A typical day at camp

Below is a typical schedule for what campers can expect each day at summer camp. Individual camps may vary the schedule based on activities.
Pre-care
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Start the day a little early at pre-care, available from 8 AM to 9 AM every day of camp.
Start camp & Warm-up
9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Hear what's in store for the day and participate in an engaging activity to get to know other campers.
Camp-specific activity
9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
Learning and fun start here! Dive into your camp's main activity with instructions and learning exercises.
Snack
10:30 AM - 10:50 AM
A quick snack break to get re-energized and socialize with other campers.
Camp-specific activity
10:50 AM - 12:00 PM
Re-focus on your camp activity. Work on projects or relevant drills and exercises.
Lunch
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Time to relax, grab your lunch and fuel up for a jam-packed afternoon! Half-Day camps end.
Camper choice activity
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
Unstructured play with fellow campers, supervised by instructors.
Camp-specific activity
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Team up and collaborate with fellow campers on projects or exercises.
Break
1:45 PM - 2:00 PM
A short break to relax and re-energize your mind and body.
Camp-specific activity
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Continue work on STEM and arts projects or participate in sports drills and games.
Project sharing & Clean-up
2:45 PM - 3:00 PM
Share your daily work, discuss projects and activities, clean-up.
Wrap-up & Post-care
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Day camp ends. Three-hour extended care begins with structured activities.

Parents love us!

Amazing camp! Our daughter loved it. She was so happy to participate in all activities, she couldn’t stop talking about all the fun things she did after we picked her up. Thank you teachers and organizers!

Play It All! Sports Camp

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Julia

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Instructor Kelly was friendly, professional, and my son only had nice things to say about her. She seemed very approachable and went the extra mile to help my child have a good experience at camp.

Wonder League Robotics Camp

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Tina

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Great instructor for the movie-making class. My kid learned a lot of techniques and made very creative, hilarious movies. Also very pleased with their COVID-19 precautions. Groups are small, activities are designed to keep kids apart, mask-wearing is enforced

Film Studio Camp

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Linsey

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Ready for summer?

We have more than 50 regional locations and hundreds of online courses