All Summer 2020 sessions of Day Camp have been canceled.

 

Online Resources for Campers

Looking something to do this summer? Campus Recreation has compiled a list of resources and suggestions for campers and their parents.

Note: Participating in any of the activities below is completely voluntary. The websites listed are suggestions to help you plan summer activities for your family. We recommend that you view them first to make sure they are appropriate for your child.


Try a theme day! For instance, Make-It Monday (Crafts/Artwork), Take a trip Tuesday (virtual field trip, walk/bike ride), Wet Wednesday (water activities/games), Thinking Thursday, Friend Friday (connect with a friend virtually)


Active Opportunities/Games

Scavenger Hunt Child-Friendly Yoga
Minute to Win It Games "How-To" Activities
Water Games Indoor Active Games

Virtual Field Trips

San Diego Zoo Aquarium Cams
Museum of Natural History Metkids
Boston Children's Museum NASA Trip to Mars
Stargazing Great Wall of China
Visit Dubai  

Other Fun Activities

Learn to Draw Read-a-Thon
Trick Shot Challenges Tye-dying
Backyard Camping -

Kid's Dances

Easy Kids Choreography Can't Stop The Feeling
How to do the Floss Kidz Bop Dance Along
Welcome to My Gym Fit Factor Kids

Virtual Summer Camps

45 Virtual Summer Camps 30 Best Virtual Summer Camp Ideas
Free Virtual Summer Camps  

Additional Resources

Brooklyn Public Library Epic! Library
National Geographic Kids NASA
The Nature Conservancy Camping with Babies

 

Please note: all sessions for Summer 2020 Day Camp have been canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How many sessions can I register my child for?
A. You can register your child for as many as you would like. 

Q. What age groups can attend the camp?
A. Campers must fall within the age range 7 - 12 years old as of the first day they intend to attend camp to be eligible to participate. Due to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Minimum Standards for Recreational Camps for Children, there is a required ratio of supervisory staff to campers for children under the age of 7. In addition, in consideration of the safety of the children enrolled, the structure of the camp activities is specific to children in the 7-12 year old age range.

Q. Do you offer junior councilor positions to current high school students?
A. No. Each of our camp councilors is required to be at least 18 years of age or a high school graduate, provide a resume that includes the past 5 years of work experience (such as childcare, nanny experience, education majors), three (3) positive letters of reference from individuals of no relation, and passing of CORI/SORI background checks.

Q. Does your camp qualify as a flexible spending account (FSA) or dependent care expense?
A. 
The cost of the camp may qualify as a tax deductible dependent care expense. Please contact your tax consultant. For further questions, contact Member Services at 617-552-0797.