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The Ultimate List of Summer Camps for Kids in Nashville

The thought of summer vacation and the warm weather is exciting, but for you parents, it can be a bit frustrating. The kids are on vacation and you may not want them in the house all the time. It can be too much of a good thing, so maybe now is a good time to think about taking your kids to summer camp. At camp your kids may have a wonderful time and may even learn a few things. Here are the top summer camps in Nashville:

iD Tech Camps

Do you have a tech savvy kid who is interested in everything tech? Then this may be the camp for them. iD Tech Camps is a leader in the summer STEM education programs for kids from age 16 to 18. The camp has over 50 cutting edge courses that help your child learn more about technology and they even learn how to code.

Here, they learn game development, robotics, design and other subjects. The kids are empowered with industry standard tech tools and learn the skills they need in the tech world.

A New Leaf

If you have smaller kids, from the age of 3 to 12, this summer camp is ideal for them.  Summer camp themes at A New Leaf range from The Storytelling in Art, Outdoor Living, The Playmobile Movie, Flight and Space among many others.

This is a preschool that believes every kid is gifted in their own way and each of them has a right to explore a rich, fun and safe learning environment.

Camp Davis

Camp Davis is ideal for kids entering grades K-10 and incorporates six core values to help create an incredibly amazing summer camp year after year. They believe in fun, love, growth, nature, holy community and righteousness.  Camp Davis tries to make sure the students have fun in a safe environment.

Adventure Science Center

We know school is over, but Adventure Science Center brings it back in some amazing ways. The camp encourages kids to discover and examine different concepts in a fun way. Making new friends through teamwork is done using fun science projects. There are activities for children where they get the opportunity to build creative problem solving skills. Students participate in hands on science activities that increase their exposure to knowledge and build eagerness to discover new things. There are sessions where the campers get to hear from guest speakers, watch educational films and much more.

Checkwood’s Summer Camp

Children from Nashville can come and make masterpieces, explore Checkwood’s gardens and engage in various fun and educational activities. Checkwood Summer Camp has a newly renovated First Learning Center where the kids enjoy interesting and educational activities on the beautiful property in a setting fit for kids ages 4-15.

In Nashville, your kids have the opportunity to have fun and learn at the same time. Don’t let the summer pass by with your kids indoors. Get them to a summer camp and enlighten them.

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