Apple recently opened registration for its annual Free Summer Camp for Kids that will run for the next two weeks from July 20- August 7.
I signed up two of my children who fall within the target demo ages, 8-12, to attend one of the three day camps that are held at Apple Stores nationwide.
Parents need to simply go to Apple’s reservation website, select their state in the scroll down menu, then select among stores in their state closest to their location. Finally, if the class hasn’t already been filled or booked, enter their name, child’s name and a parent’s email and done!
The sessions are only one and a half hour long and include the following camps:
Stories in Motion with iMovie or Interactive Storytelling with iBooks.
The idea is to introduce the technology and products to children and also stimulate interest in technology, while giving them something to do intellectually during the Summer brain drain months.
Spaces are filling up! Register today!
h/t Chelsea Social via LifeHacker
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