KidsU goes virtual for summer 2020!
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we will not be hosting our usual on-campus KidsU camps for children ages 5 to 13. We are excited to share our virtual opens so that your kids can still enjoy some learning and fun with DelVal!
Kids U! is hosting online mini camps, and to partner with Mad Science to bring online summer camp to your home! Connect with new and old friends from last summer for safe, innovative, fun led by pros.
Mad Science will send science and art activity packs to your home in advance and lead fun, hands-on, live online camps for kids ages 7-12, capturing the same awesomeness they bring to our campus. Choose from five exciting camps with multiple sessions this summer:
- Crayola® Wild World
- Super Slimy Smokey Science
- Radical Reactions
- Detective Science
Mad Science virtual summer camps are engaging, fun and interactive! Weeklong camps are Monday through Friday, with half-day morning and afternoon options, $135.
Black Rocket will lead live STEAM camps for kids ages 8-14 like:
- App Design
- Video Game Animation
- Mario Kart®
- Pokémon™ themed coding
- game design courses, and more
Design, build, experiment and play with your own creative team. Connect with new and old friends from last summer for safe, innovative, fun led by pros. Campers benefit from participating in the wider Creator Corps™ community, but also have small group breakout sessions with coaches. Experience the same super cool experience they bring to our campus. Choose from over 20 weeklong camps this summer, Monday through Friday, with half-day morning and afternoon options, $149-$159.
These online mini camps will run from June 22 through August 7. Online camps run for just a few hours a week and will be conducted via Zoom and led by expert instructors. These mini camps focus around the topics of music, gardening/nature, and art! Online camps are available for ages three through 14!
"My daughter had the best time at camp she really enjoyed it. Brandon and Dr. Bobrin were excellent. They really did a lot in just the one week."