As much as kids love summer vacation, it’s not nearly as much fun for parents. After all, while the kids don’t have school, parents still have to go to work. If your children aren’t old enough to be left alone, you’ve got to find someplace for them to go. Even if they could be left alone, you might not like the idea of letting them spend the summer doing nothing productive or educational.
Summer camps are a great solution. They aren’t just a service to watch your kids while you work- they also provide a lot of enriching activities. Summer camps are fun, and usually have an educational/developmental component, too.
Studio North Academy of Performing Arts is a great example. They have summer programs for kids of all ages, beginning in June and running all the way through mid-August. This is a great choice if your child already works with them during the school year, but it’s not limited to current students. Anyone can sign up for the summer camps at SNAP and they also offer afternoon and evening classes.
These camps are ideal for kids interested in dance, since that’s primarily what they focus on. For older children who are involved in dance programs at school, the summer camps at SNAP can help them stay in shape and in form.
It’s also a great way to keep them active all summer long. Not every child is interested in the typical summer outdoor activities, and if your child prefers to stay indoors, you might want to consider the camps at SNAP. They could turn out to be the best way to keep your child active without forcing them to do something they don’t like.
SNAP offers summer camps for children as young as 3 years old, and each age group has camps that are designed just for them. For the oldest children, age 12 and up, the summer dance intensive is one of the best programs for learning dance, or for improving their existing dance skills.
Contact SNAP today:
414 Linden Ave, Wilmette, IL 60091 | (847) 251-7627 | studionorthacademy.com