Apple normally holds Apple Camp sessions for kids at its Apple Stores but the current coronavirus situation means that simply isn’t possible.

While some companies might just throw their hands in the air because they just don’t care, Apple has instead launched Apple Camp at Home.

It’s similar to the in-store events, but catered for those at home right now. Apple Camp at Home is designed for kids aged eight through 12 and includes an easy-t-follow Activity book. Kids are encouraged to create via video, art & design, and coding.

This summer, Apple Camp gives kids ages 8–12 free, fun, digital programs to experience from their favorite spot at home. Our easy-to-follow Activity Book shows your Camper new ways to create in video, art & design, and coding. We offer live virtual sessions for valuable guidance and to answer any questions you may have to make the most of your time at Apple Camp.

Sessions run for around 30 to 60 minutes and the Activity Book is distributed via the Pages app on iPhone and iPad. Signing up to be notified when the camp goes live is a simple case of giving Apple your email address and waiting.

If you’ve a kid and need some way to keep them entertained and educated this summer, this might be a good place to start, so head on over to Today at Apple here.

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