Summer camps bring back lots of memories for adults, but they are still here for our children. There is a relatively new kind of summer camp that you will want your kids to join this season, though, and you have to act quickly to make sure you get a slot.
Apple Camp, an initiative of the company, is a three-day workshop which targets children from age 8 to 12.
The main goal? Tap into their creative side early.
There will be two workshops in the summer of 2014:
Stories in Motion with iMovie
Campers will learn everything they need to create their own movies. They’ll storyboard ideas, shoot video, create an original soundtrack in GarageBand on an iPad, and then edit it all together in iMovie on a Mac
Interactive Storytelling with iBooks
Campers will create their own interactive books. They’ll draw illustrations using an iPad, then add sound effects and Multi-Touch features using iBooks Author on a Mac.
The not-so-good news is that Apple Camp is available in select countries only: U.S. , Canada , China , France , Hong Kong , Italy , Japan , the Netherlands , Spain , Switzerland , and the U.K.
The awesome news is that Apple Camp is totally free, but the slots are limited.
One last thing: Apple requires that kids be accompanied by a parent or a legal guardian during the camp.
What are you waiting for? Give your kid a special summer (if only for three days). Register here.