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Perfect Match
Summer camps to fit every child’s personality.

by Staff

 Not all camps are suited for all kids, and that’s OK! If your child has particular interests, perhaps one of the options below would allow more in-depth exploration. After all, part of being a kid is finding out what you like, and summer camp is a great opportunity.

If your child likes to move around:
Dance Craze summer program is an excellent, affordable, non-competitive session perfect for dancers to experience a warm, encouraging environment where students can improve on technique, socialize with friends, stay flexible and strong and prepare for the coming dance year. Family-owned and -operated for 32 years, Dance Craze is the hidden gem of dance schools for boys and girls ages 2-18!
Dance Craze
Mulford Dance Studio Summer Dance Camps are the perfect opportunity for your dancer to continue their dance education or try something new! It has camps for all ages, 3-18. Space is limited so sign up early.
Mulford Dance Studio
DanceCAMP is an exciting program offered to the youngest dancers, ages 3 to 8 years old. It includes ballet, tap, jazz, acro, performance, snack time and crafts. Students ages 3-5 will take classes that include ballet, tap and tumbling. Students ages 6-8 will take classes that include ballet, tap and jazz. All students will participate in performance, snack time and crafts.
Lowe Dance Studio
If your child likes the campus experience:
Hermits Summer Programs at St. Augustine Prep are geared to introduce your child to an engaging, in-person academic or athletic experience. Whether his or her interest is in academic or athletic development, new social interaction opportunities or just the chance to get on campus, we have something for everyone!
St. Augustine Preparatory School
If your child likes computers and science:
Robotech offers a unique opportunity for your child to engage in STEM activities using robots and small machines to explore and see the direct effect of their coding skills. Club and camp members have the opportunity to build, modify and code their own robot to compete on our official competition fields.
Robotech Educational Services
If your child likes to be in the kitchen:
Michelle’s Healthy Cooking’s focus is healthy eating! Your child will learn how to make delicious food, the nutrition behind the food and how to make better choices. Michelle’s Healthy Cooking is so lucky to be at the Burlington County Agricultural Center where campers will do activities
in the gardens and learn about how food is grown.
Michelle’s Healthy Cooking
If your child thrives in an education-based environment:
Lightbridge Academy of Mount Laurel’s FLY into Summer Program is designed to meet the needs of parents and chil­dren! Children will socialize, build new friendships, learn through exploration and enjoy old-fashioned fun! Flexible schedules and the Gold Standard for health and safety with air purification and filtration provide parents with the peace of mind.
Lightbridge Academy of Mount Laurel
If you're child is interested in field trips:
From Toddler, Junior to Senior summer camp, Future Scholars Learning Center's summer programs offer activities for kids from two to 13 years old. Senior camp includes outings for ice skating, movies, swimming and more. The Junior and Toddler summer calendar is loaded with something for all kids from painting, yoga, cupcake decorating to field trips. With something for everyone, this summer camp program involves learning, exercise and pure fun.
Future Scholars Learning Center
If your child is interested in team sports:
Kids need summer camp more than ever. At Nitro1 Sports Camp, certified teacher leaders provide a fun, supportive and encouraging experience which allows kids to find success in learning new sports while building their own self-confidence and leadership skills.
Nitro1 Sports Camp

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 11, Issue 12 (March 2021).
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