Summer Camp at Home Planner {with 9 Weekly Themes & Activity Ideas}

Summer camps and school holiday activities may be cancelled this summer but there are still plenty of ways for kids to have fun.

How about creating your own summer camp at home?

Just grab our amazing printable Summer Camp At Home Planner which has 9 fun weekly themes your child will love and plenty of amazing activity suggestions.

Creating your own kids summer camp at home isn't nearly as daunting a task as you might imagine.  

Just pick a theme for each week and plan some fun activities around it.

You could spend one week learning about something fun like pirates, then the next week learn about dinosaurs.

Sit down with the kids and ask them what they're interested in, or just take some of our ideas and plan out your weeks.

Summer camp is a great opportunity for kids to do something different, to learn about new things and discover new interests.

Here's how to recreate that at home.

There are 9 weekly themes featured in this pack, including spaace, superheroes, pirates and more.

Each theme has a list of activity suggestions which focus on learning, experiments, crafts, recipes, fitness activities and more.

There are lots of other suggestions, up to 14 for each theme.

The activities are divided into three categories:
  • Learn & Explore
  • Fun & Creative
  • Move
Suggested movies to watch and podcasts to listen to are included for each theme too.

A blank page is included for you to plan out your own themed weeks too if you wish.

A handy supplies and resources list is included so you can note down shopping lists and any other ideas you've found.

Then there is a weekly meal plan sheet so you can plan out all the meals and snacks for each week.  

Why not go the whole hog and plan some themed lunches, snacks and baking for the kids too?

This 7 page PDF printable can be downloaded over on our shop.

Grab this amazing printable and get your 9 week summer camp up and running today!

Just add in some fun wilderness adventures, maybe a camping trip, a regular nature hike, some sailing, and maybe a campfire or two and they won't even miss summer camp!

Have an amazing summer with your kids!

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