School is out. It’s hot. And now, what do you do with the kids? Starbucks has air conditioning, and coffee. But can you really stay there all day every day for 8 weeks? No, you need to find a way to entertain the kiddos and, more importantly, get them out of the house.
These camps are for children under the age of 5. Specific ages may vary.
Camp J Junior
Each week, this camp program at Camp J Junior features a different theme – from sports to dinosaurs, from art to making messes. In addition, there will be structured swim lessons, music, art classes, and outside entertainment brought to camp.
Location: 851 N. Maitland Avenue, Maitland
Phone: (407) 621-4049
Montessori School of Orlando
Montessori School of Orlando’s camp will encourage toddlers to think about the world, from the life of Walt Disney to butterflies. Using the school’s special toddler classroom, campers will spend time both inside and out, with art, music, and other activities. In addition, the camp will continue MSO’s educational focus, helping children who have never been in a classroom before adjust and learn about how to behave in a school setting.
Location: 1187 Florida Mall Avenue, Orlando
Phone: (407) 601-4247
First Touch is a weekly soccer camp, with both half-day and full-day sessions. Campers will get to practice skills, play games, and learn in a low-pressure environment. Full-day sessions will include indoor soccer games in South American style.
Location: Blue Jacket Park, 2501 General Rees Avenue, Orlando
Phone: (407) 754-6123
Orlando Science Center
Each week is a different adventure with the Orlando Science Center camps. The one-week programs will teach campers all about STEM, as they explore, have fun, and learn about the science of the world around them. Programs this summer will include weather, STEM in fairy tales, and space.
Location: 777 E. Princeton Street, Orlando
Phone: (407) 512-2112
Children will get to move and play at Bright Horizons, from the gym to the outdoor activities. In addition, campers will experience exciting games and activities related to the theme each week – from digging for dinosaur bones to taking pictures and making movies with digital cameras. Children will also learn about acting, play with water, and study STEM-related programs.
Location: 1700 Fire House Lane, Orlando
Phone: (407) 895-8339
Cranium Academy will have ten weeks of exciting programs for young campers, focusing on music, art, running a restaurant, and space. Four year olds will get to learn more advanced STEM topics, such as physics, engineering, and even learning to code.
Location: 4068 Winter Garden Vineland Road, Winter Garden
(Camp will not be running at the school’s East Orlando location)
Phone: (407) 294-6950
RDV Sportsplex Summer Camp
In addition to weekly themed activities, campers will spend time in the pool and exploratory play. RDV Sportsplex has an active sports center where children will get to experience a number of different sports, and build confidence as they learn how to stay active.
Location: 8701 Maitland Summit Blvd, Orlando
Phone: (407) 916-2442