The field trips, fun themes and even some slime in the name of science are what makes summer camp so fun, but the thoughtful programming at regional schools also allows for lots of learning and skill-building, which complements the educational process.
There’s nothing like summer in Colorado, especially for our kids. Here’s a breakdown on some seriously fun activities and camps our kids can get involved in.
By the end of summer, most parents can’t wait for their kids to go back to school. We asked Jen Nelson, M.Ed., a Community Health Worker at Mental Health Partners, for ways that families can make the most of summer without getting on each other’s nerves.
Rock climbing has boomed as a sport for kids. Here’s where to send your kids to climbing camp or lessons this summer.
Growing Gardens Peace Garden Programs Cultivate Meaningful Summers
Attending artistic performances may be as important for kids as personally creating art.
Boulder County is rich in artistic opportunities for all ages, from camps and classes to theater and aerial dance opportunities.
The growing popularity of racket sports gets full court press while winning the hearts and minds of players across multiple generations — from baby boomers to school-aged kids.
Exploring yoga and martial arts this summer can offer multiple advantages that will pay off now and in the future.
Activities like sewing, pottery and cooking allow children to exercise their creativity and generate projects they can feel proud of. Check out some of the many creative arts opportunities for kids in Boulder County.
While traditional summer camps have tended to offer a more outdoorsy break after months in the classroom, a new wave of academic and leadership programs have emerged to help students carry on the learning they receive year-round.
A new year is a perfect time to consider the habits you want to keep and the ones you’d like to develop. One resolution to consider is helping your children develop a growth mindset this year.
Parents in Boulder County have plenty of options when it comes to connecting their preschoolers with summer camp environments that cater to this unique time in a child’s life.
If you’re interested in giving your child a chance to spend time with animals on a regular basis this summer, there are several local resources worth exploring.
Called Grover, the EV’s job is to market and bring awareness of the global conservation and sustainability work of the Katie Adamson Conservation Fund, a Denver-based nonprofit that provides wildlife protection and conservation training,