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Jewish Nevada offering virtual summer camps

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Posted at 1:37 PM, Jul 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-06 16:57:08-04

With many summer camps canceled, parents are scrambling to find fun and safe activities for their children.

To give parents a much-needed break and to offer fun, educational activities to area children, the nonprofit Jewish Nevada has launched a plethora of virtual activities for kids staying at home.

From online storytelling time to virtual travel expeditions and science lessons, kids will be able to enjoy a virtual summer camp experience from the safety and comfort of their homes.

From July 6 - 10, the camp will be offering Lego building for STEM concepts. They will build projects such as catapults, helicopters, and grappling claws.

The cost will be $95 per camper.

From July 13-17, Art Attack Vegaswill virtually guide you in the joy of painting on canvas and other art projects. Kids will get to experiment with acrylic paint, mix a personalized color palette, and more on your path to painting perfection.

All art supplies will be brought right to your doorstep for this week-long camp.

The cost will be $140 per camper.

To register, click here.