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From day camps to overnight camps, in OKC and beyond, our handy guide has the best summer camps for every age and interest.

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  • Spark your kid’s creativity and build their confidence with a new Camp Invention® program, Explore! Children in grades K-6 will collaborate with friends in hands-on, open-ended STEM adventures. They’ll dive into ocean research, develop inventions for space exploration, build a…

  • Full-time care for infants through age 12 as well as short-term drop-in options. Summer programs for school-age children include field trips, educational tours, art classes, crafting and more. Immediate openings and no enrollment fee. $150/week. Locations: Acorn Children's Center: 3601…

  • FAMcamps at First Americans Museum will provide learning experiences for youth entering grades K-8 in a uniquely Indigenous-centered environment. From Health Protectors and N8V Fashion to Color Lab, there is a FAMcamp to fit any interest. Each weeklong, thematic course…

  • Summer Quest at Francis Tuttle is a great opportunity for students ages 11-15 to enjoy fun, engaging, hands-on classes. Participants can take multiple classes throughout June, exploring everything from cooking to engineering and everything in between. Enrollment opens April 4.…

  • Little Spanish Bridge is a Spanish full-immersion (100% Spanish) studio where you can find the perfect enrichment program for the entire family: baby, toddler, school age kids and adults. Their method is based in the Montessori methodology which develops independence…

  • Every summer for more than 80 years, the Metropolitan Library System has offered a Summer Reading Program to keep kids and their families reading all summer long. Because reading is a fundamental skill and a gateway to success in life,…

  • Provide educational enrichment, field trips and meals Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  One-time $60 registration fee required. Drop-ins and aftercare available. Call for more information or visit the website www.okylpOKC.org to register. Mailing address is P.O.…

  • With one-time events, week-long series and recurring programs, Pioneer libraries have something for everyone, including activities in STEAM, health, literacy and more! Registration requires an active library card number but there is no cost to register. A Summer Learning Challenge…

  • dyslexia, autism, ADHD, and other learning disabilities

    Founded in 1961, Trinity has evolved over the last decade to educate children with learning differences such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. Trinity also serves students with auditory and sensory processing issues, anxiety, and developmental or intellectual delays.…

  • Academic language therapists trained in dyslexia and other language learning differences use a multi-sensory approach to improve reading fluency and comprehension as well as writing and math skills. STEM camps also available. For kids in grades 2 through 6. 2022…