Together We Camp is a virtual camp that puts
kids in charge
BROUGHT TO YOU BY CHICAGO'S TOP ENRICHMENT PROVIDERS
At Together We Camp, we dance.
We meditate. We paint. We cook. We perform. We crack jokes.
we empower kids to lead the way
AUGUST 10TH – AUGUST 28TH
Built for 1st – 6th Graders
With only light guidance from caregivers, Together We Camp empowers kids to take their agendas and hit the ground running. From stuffing their mouths with as many marshmallows as possible to meditating in a patch of sunshine, each day strikes of new balance of virtual and old-fashioned fun.
Created by Chicago’s top enrichment providers, we’ve designed this virtual camp to require as little parent participation as possible.
Just set your kids up and then set them free, they can handle this.
SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE
Expect a diverse set of live and at-your-own pace activities that bring your favorite parts of summer home to your living room. Here, there will be:
costly or difficult-to-source supplies
What are families saying about Together We Camp?
“I wanted to say thank you! You guys made a difficult situation FUN! My son has been having a blast so far. I keep forgetting to take photos of the food he has made before we eat them. Thank you so much! He has even started to do his own art work and I think it is because of this camp!”
'“I want you to know that you are bit-by-bit restoring my kids’ faith in online classes, which rapidly declined in the early days of lock-down. Since we are not yet out of the woods, it’s still important work. What I am overhearing is heartwarming, how much enthusiasm you are putting forth. My kids had lost interest in art, and are now making a huge painting mess in my basement. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.”
Here's How it Works
Sign up for as many weeks as you want
Check your email for daily agendas and activity guidance scheduled for that week!
Set your kids up and set them free to lead the way in their summer experience
& Refund Policy
Refunds may be requested (less a processing fee if paid through Paypal) by 5 p.m. Wednesday, August 5th. Past that deadline, no refunds will be provided. Please note the deadline for refunds for the June and July camps remains June 5th, 2020.
During registration, you will choose which specific weeks you would like to join.
Want to sign up for just one week? Cool.
If you decide to add weeks as we go along, simply email with the subject line Re-Enroll
and we will automatically re-enroll your family for the dates you specify.
HOW TO PAY:
Please complete the Registration Form before making payment.
For PayPal account or credit card payments, please select the number of weeks below to complete payment. For Venmo payments, please remit balance to @TogetherWeCamp. For registration and payment questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sports: Yoga and meditation classes by Mission Propelle, Dance by Design Dance
Performance Improv Comedy by Knuckleball Comedy
Performing Arts by Dream Big
Arts and Crafts by Unicoi Art Studio
Cooking by iCook After School
STEM Coding Classes (Scratch) by iCode After School
All programming will be provided in digital format. The Sunday before camp begins, you will receive a downloadable PDF of the weekly agendas and instructional guides along with login codes for live classes and workshops on Zoom. Here’s an example of a daily schedule:
All live classes and videos can be accessed via smartphone, tablet, PC, or Mac; no special equipment is required.
Once you register for the camp you will receive a list of all the supplies needed for the camp. Supplies are not included in the price of the camp but will not be costly or difficult to source.
Supplies may include ingredients for live cooking classes, supplies for art projects etc. Supplies are kept to a minimum and many classes and activities do not require any additional supplies.
Missed live classes cannot be made up at a later time. Pre-recorded videos and downloadable activities can be accessed at any time during the camp.
The vast majority of camp will not require parent participation or involvement. Depending on your child’s reading level, they may need more assistance with some projects. Note some activities require parent supervision. For example, if a cooking class requires use of an oven, parents will be asked to put the dish in and take it out of the oven.