Many sleepaway and day camps have canceled their programs this summer. That’s a bummer for kids and a problem for some parents. Many moms and dads of younger kids, even if still working at home, were relying on camp as child care.
From online summer camps to camps-in-a-box to good old hands-on camp activities, consider this your guide to summer camp salvation.
Kahoot! (free; kahoot.com)
With educational content geared to a wide range of ages, Kahoot! relies on kids’ competitive nature to make the learning fun. Interactive game shows, videoconferencing with other players and games that tune themselves to your kid’s pace go a long way toward making the lessons stick. In addition to the free resource, select apps are available for purchase.