Q300 shared the additional resources for summer activities in 2020. See the previous posting on the same topic here.
More online summer programs
- Virtual summer classes from Varsity Tutors: Check out free, online summer classes for students in kindergarten through college in subjects including art, computer science, languages and more. (https://www.varsitytutors.com/virtual-summer-camp-catalog)
- Virtual summer camp from Camp Kinda: Students in kindergarten through 8th grade can enjoy free weekly activities from Camp Kinda until Sept. 1. Activities can be done on your family’s schedule and won’t keep kids glued to a screen. (https://campkinda.org)
- STEM and literacy-building projects from Camp Wonderopolis: Kids of all ages and their parents can enroll in Camp Wonderopolis for free, online summer-learning activities that explore music, literature, STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and more. (https://camp.wonderopolis.org)
- Weekly law workshops for high school students: The New York City Bar Association invites high school students to free, online workshops from 4 to 6 p.m. every Wednesday. These workshops will cover topics of interest to students considering a career in law. (https://nycbardiversity.typeform.com/to/Ev5fIo)
- Fresh Air Fund. Virtual camp for children ages 7 to 13: Fresh Air Everywhere offers fun, small-group activities and interactive theme projects on topics like nature, art, time travel and more. Kids will be mailed an activity box full of goodies to help them participate. (https://freshair.org/summer-2020-programs/fresh-air-everywhere/)
- Fresh Air Fund. Outdoor activities in New York City parks for children ages 5 to 13: The Fresh Air Summer Spaces program offers two-hour drop-in sessions at neighborhood-based locations with supervised outdoor activities such as arts and crafts, games and dance parties. (https://freshair.org/summer-2020-programs/summer-spaces/)