Improve the quality of your kid’s screen time in three steps.
Improve the quality of your kid’s screen time in three steps.
Bust that quarantine boredom!
Break up the monotony with these at-home programs for kids.
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UW Summer Youth Programs

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Grades: 1–12

Let’s all Burke from Home!

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Ages: All

Communication: Key to success

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Ages: 9–17

FrogLegs Cooking School

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Ages: All

Kids learn coding by making video games

The scoop: Today’s computers are more like a box of crayons than a calculator. Help your kid get a head start on coding fundamentals. More >>
Ages: 7–13

SVA Kid’s Academy

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Ages: 7–17

Virtual classes that rock

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Ages: Various

Virtual Wolf Camp

The scoop: Virtual Secret Spot guides campers to become neighborhood naturalists. Farm the Yard helps campers become self-sufficient at home! More >>
Ages: All
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