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It’s that time of year when parents start to wonder what they should do for the summer. Keeping education fresh and keeping kids engaged in activities that are both fun and offer enrichment is helpful, and it keeps them from getting bored, too!
We homeschool year-round, so although we homeschool through the summer with our regular schedule, I have definitely been looking at summer camps now that our children are older. It can enrich our homeschooling as well! There really are so many benefits!
So what are you doing this summer? Well, the Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center offers summer camp options for Pre-K – High School. There are classes for theater, visual arts, and Pre-K.
The first classes begin Monday, June 9th with the last available class beginning August 18th. You can enroll in one or a few! With so many classes there is so much flexibility! Because some classes have such a broad age range and more than one class runs at the same time, you can work it out so all children go at the same time! See the full summer camp schedule.
As you can see, there is quite a variety! Your kids can really stretch their creative muscles! Whether they like art, stories, theater, or even behind the scenes theater work, there is something for everyone! I love that it focuses on fine art because I feel like that is one subject we don’t work on enough!
Are you ready to get started? Visit the KVPAC Website to get registered today! Some classes are already full, so be sure to register before they all fill up! Class prices vary.
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