Whidbey Island Summer Camps and Activities Guide

June 9, 2021

Here's are some summer camps and activities to look forward to, on Whidbey Island and beyond:

Take a look!

To add your camp or activity to this guide, please fill out this form or email

This guide will be updated frequently, as new information is received,

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**Some of these camps and activity hosts have not yet published their 2021 information - but they may have plans in the works. 

 ** Looking for upcoming events this summer?  Click here for our Whidbey Island Summer Events Guide

FREE Summer Meal Programs:


Oak Harbor's FREE Summer Meal Program runs June 28, through August 20, at five locations

The program is for children ages 18 and under.  No paperwork or registration is required.

A breakfast meal will be included with lunch every day.  

Meals are served for roughly 30 minutes and do not need to be eaten on-site.

Locations and Schedule:

Oak Harbor Roller Barn: 12 p.m. to 12:30 p.m., 98 NE Barron Drive

NASWI Boys and Girls Club:  12 p.m. to 12:30 p.m., 380 NE Regatta Drive

Broadview Elementary: 11:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Crescent Harbor Elementary:  11 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Olympic View Elementary:  11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

For the lunch menu and more information:


Whidbey Island Nourishes Summer Meal Program delivers FREE healthy, lunch-based grocery items each week to South Whidbey children and teens in need of nutritional support.

Register today: or call 360-221-7787

Summer Camps and Vacation Bible Schools:

Whidbey Children's Theater - Langley

Who:  We offer training for youth ages 4 - 19, including shows and classes specific to teens, middle schoolers, and elementary kids as well as our Little Players and Creative Dramatics programs.

How: Please visit our website - - for complete camp and class descriptions! Registration is open until spots are filled. Register online at or by calling our office at 360.221.8707 (As always, please leave a message if we don't answer - all messages will be time-stamped!)

Living Word of Oak Harbor Kids Camp

When: June 29 - July 2, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Who: All children in grades Kindergarten through 4th Grade

What:  Each day will include games, music, crafts, learning from Bible stories, etc. - all with a fun science theme!
Don’t forget to invite others to this fun week! Volunteers needed.

Cost:  FREE

How:  Register and Information:

Life Church of Oak Harbor:

When:  July 6th - 9th at 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Daily

What: We’re turning up the volume at Kids' Camp, to remind each child that they can have confidence because of Jesus. When children begin to see themselves the same way that Jesus sees them, then real confidence begins to take root and grow. They will get to spend a fun, memorable week learning foundational truths to begin understanding the base of their confidence.

Who:  All children entering 1st - 5th Grade
Cost: FREE!
Where: Life Church Campus, 1767 NE Regatta Drive, Oak Harbor
How: Please complete a registration form for each child.

Family Bible Church "Mystery Island" Vacation Bible School

When: July 12 - 16, 9 AM to 12 PM (Oak Harbor)
Who: Ages 3-Years through 6th Grade
Cost: FREE
How: Register and information:

Registration open until spaces are filled.

Sylvan Learning of Oak Harbor:  

"Monday Mess Makers", MathEDGE" and "Rockin Robotics"

Limited seats are available, so reserve your spot now by visiting our website or calling us at (360) 639-8314.

Website: Sylvan Learning of Oak Harbor 

Rockin' Robotics: Recommended for students entering 1st-4th grade, this camp focuses on transforming ordinary Legos into robots that can move and make sounds with the touch of a button. Students can sign up now to discover how gears, levers, pulleys, and belts can breathe life into their designs!

Mess Makers: In this creative, hands-on camp, the students will take on four maker "missions" to explore exciting science concepts in speed, motion, chemistry, gravity, and sound. Each session has a clever, theme-based challenge to inspire the kids' creativity. Students will spend a portion of this lesson inside to learn about the WHY, WHAT, and HOW of each science experiment. Then, they will take the fun outside and apply their learning to hands-on experiments such as vinegar volcanoes, Oobleck, or in-bottle tornadoes!

MathEDGE:  Say goodbye to SML or Summer Learning Loss with our MathEDGE program! Edge uses a variety of brain-boosting activities to help your child solve problems in cool and engaging ways. With each math lesson, your child will develop problem-solving skills, as well as math proficiency, speed and accuracy. You’ll love seeing your child learn to think independently, build math confidence and have a lot of fun. Spend up to 4 hours per week reinforcing your student's math skills so that they're prepared for the next school year!

Oak Harbor Christian School: 

We are so excited to offer T.E.A.M. Summer Camp at Oak Harbor Christian School this Summer.  Where Together Everyone Achieves More!  T.E.A.M. camp is open to all children entering Kindergarten through 5th grade in Fall 2021.  Keep children busy and actively learning this summer with one or all three of these high-energy camps!  Each week offers different science and stem activities, games and outdoor fitness, crafts, music, Bible stories, and more.  The cost is $300 for non OHCS students or $250 for OHCS students per week. 

Register at 
T.E.A.M Camp 1:  June 21-25, 9am-4pm
Items needed:  Sack lunch and snack, sunscreen, water bottle, wear dirt safe play clothes
T.E.A.M Camp 2:  July 12-16, 9am-4pm
Items needed:  Sack lunch and snack, sunscreen, water bottle, wear dirt safe play clothes
T.E.A.M Camp 3:  July 19-23, 9am-4pm
Items needed:  Sack lunch and snack, sunscreen, water bottle, wear dirt safe play clothes

Music Together of Oak Harbor

Registration is open for classes which begin July 13:

Six weekly Summer Sessions include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. These activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences--developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers--regardless of their own musical ability. One CD, one digital download and a songbook are included!

Join our mixed age class for children from 0 to school age and their grownup! Be a family that makes music together with song, chant, instruments and movement. The mixed age allows siblings to participate together and for you to see music through the lens of beautiful young eyes. See the babies babble along with the music, the 1-year-old sit in wonder and then begin to find their own way to expressing what they feel. See your children learn to move to music and celebrate and rhythm and tones they hear. Be a part of the joy that comes with making Music Together.

Check out our photos in the gallery, or check out the Facebook page: musictogetherofoakharbor  
Registration and information: Click Here!

In Motion Co. Dance and Recreation of Oak Harbor:

Summer dance, movement, language, fun programs & camps!

CAM Ballroom Dance Studio of Oak Harbor:

Anyone Can Dance Ballroom Basics for Adults:  
Have you ever thought of trying out ballroom dances but didn't want to commit? Or, maybe, you didn't know which dance you wanted to learn?  This class is for you to learn the basics of 6 ballroom-style dances: Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba. Cha-Cha, Jitterbug/Swing, and Tango.  Try one, two or all six.
6 weeks classes for adults
July 12-August 20

Teens Can Dance! Six-week classes.  Dances they will learn:
Week 1:  East Coast Swing/Jitterbug(the good old stand by)
Week 2:  Merengue(Easy Latin Dance)
Week 3: Bachata( From the Dominican Republic)
Week 4: Salsa (Fast and fun)
Week 5: Night Club 2 Step(originally developed by a 15 year old)
Week 6: Waltz('cos everyone should learn it)
Teens: 14-18
Mondays: 12:00-1:00

More information and to register: (360) 202-2659

Find Instructor Colleen on Facebook - Click Here

Sno-isle Virtual Summer Events for Teens

 - Register Now While Seats Remain!

Planetary Geology with Pacific Science Center
Tuesday, June 22nd  ~  2:00 – 2:45 p.m.
Join Pacific Science Center on a wild virtual ride to explore the planets and moons that make up Earth’s neighborhood, the solar system. Explore these unique landscapes, and see deep craters, magma filled volcanoes, giant seas of methane, and icy oceans.

Inside the MoPOP
Thursday, July 1st
Multiple times: 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm & 3 pm.
You may have heard about its music, Minecraft, and science fiction exhibits. Now, explore one of Seattle’s most unusual buildings in this livestream architecture workshop! Take a virtual tour through MoPOP, the Museum of Pop Culture. Discover common design elements used by its architect, Frank Gehry, and more! Grades 5-12.

Islamic Pattern Making
Saturday, July 17th  ~  2  – 4 p.m.
Learn about geometric and Arabesque patterns with Amina Quraishi. Create this beautiful tile pattern from Tashkent, Uzbekistan with a step-by-step demo. Materials needed for this class include: a printed handout (this will be emailed with your Zoom link), pencil, ruler, tracing paper (parchment paper also works) and tape. Optional materials are a compass, watercolor paper, paints, and brushes (any medium of your choice also works).

Dance Makers with Pacific Northwest Ballet
Thursday, July 22nd
Multiple times: 10 am, 1 pm & 3 pm.
In this active, playful, and experiential workshop, you will begin by exploring foundational concepts of dance and choreography, watch an example of dance made under COVID restrictions, and then collaborate with a PNB Community Education teaching artist to create a brand-new group virtual movement piece. No dance experience necessary and all abilities welcome to join in this creative process!

Become a Video Game Designer with Stage 2 Studios
Tuesday, July 27th  ~  2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Learn how to become a video game designer with David Board from Stage 2 Studios. Choose your role from 3D artist, character designer, sound engineer, level designer, programmer, and more! Together we’ll design a video game, learn about this exciting industry, and explore new technologies like virtual reality. 

Hiding in Plain Sight: Ethical Plant Foraging in the PNW
Tuesday, August 3rd  ~  2 – 3 p.m.
Did you know there is food and medicine growing all around you -- just at your fingertips -- hiding in plain sight? Even along cracks in the sidewalk? Join experts from Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center and learn useful identification and safe harvesting tips for local PNW common plants and weeds you can actually eat! 

For more information and to register,
Registrants will receive an email with a Zoom link to access the program.  

Sno-isle Virtual Summer Events for Kids

REGISTER Now while seats remain!

Inside a Whale with Foss Maritime Museum
Wednesday, June 23rd  ~  2 – 3 p.m.
Take a virtual tour on a basket lift inside a hanging whale skeleton at the Foss Maritime Museum. Learn about skeletal similarities between humans and baleen whales, baleen whale biology, humpback whale migration patterns and more.

A Hero's Journey with MoPOP
Tuesday, June 29th
Multiple times: 1:00 am, 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm & 3:00 pm.
Join the Museum of Pop Culture (or MoPOP) on a hero’s journey using pop culture examples like Black Panther, Moana, and more! Learn the three stages of the hero’s journey and use them to think about stories and other pop culture examples. Then create your own story inspired by images. Grades 3-8.

Drawing with Illustrator Sarah K. Turner
Wednesday, July 14th  ~ 2 – 3 p.m.
Sarah K. Turner, the 2021 Sno-Isle Summer Reading illustrator, will share the process of creating art for a book from start to finish. Plus, she will lead participants in a hands-on drawing activity. Bring your art supplies! 

Dreamer's Carnival: A Storytelling Magic Show
Wednesday, July 21st  ~  2 – 3 p.m.
Come on an adventure of Dreamer's Carnival, a virtual storytelling magic show! It is filled with stories, magic tricks and origami. Magic Story Artist, Yasu Ishida, will show us how to make and fold our own origami paper, so be ready with paper, scissors and your imagination!

Dancing Storytime with Moving Minds Dance
Wednesday, July 28th
Multiple times: 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm & 5:00 pm.
Join Ciara McCormack of Moving Minds Dance for Dancing Storytime! We will read This Way, Charlie by Caron Levis and create a dance inspired by the story. Join us as we move and dance about big ideas. Prior dance experience is not necessary. For children ages 5 to 10.

Virtual Farm Adventure with Oxbow Farm
Wednesday, August 4th  ~  2 – 3 p.m.
Oxbow’s Virtual Farm Adventure takes you to a real life vegetable farm, wherever you are! Step into Oxbow’s world and learn about how we organically grow food, the Snoqualmie Valley landscape where we're located and the plants that humans (and other critters!) eat.

For more information and to register,
Registrants will receive an email with a Zoom link to access the program.  

Whidbey Island Waldorf School:  

When: July 12-28, Mondays-Wednesdays for 3 weeks, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Who: For children who will be in grades 2-4 in the Fall
What: Nature and Garden Program with Whidbey Island Waldorf School Tutor Christa Straub
Cost: $405 plus $35 materials fee = $440
More info:
Bring simple backpack lunch.
Join us to explore nature through movement, stories, crafts and garden projects. The program will be mostly outside, including walks to and from the Whidbey Institute’s Westgarden, and time with Whidbey herbalist Jules LeDrew.
How:  Register via our website, - or directly on our summer camps page,
Questions? Email, or call (360) 341-5686

South Whidbey School District Kindergarten:

Kindergarten Readiness KinderCamp!
Tuition-Free KinderCamp!
SWSD Kindergarten Registration is also now open! Online or In Person:
Online link:
Camp: Sign up for tuition-free KinderCamp, Aug. 23-27, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Contact: K-4 Office hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday thru Friday, (360) 221-4600

More Whidbey Island Area Summer Camps:

 Camp Kirby -

 Lakeside Bible Camp (Clinton):  A Variety of Ages, Families Too!

Quaker Cove Retreat - Anacortes: "Day Camp" and "Culinary Camp" (Also seeking Teen Assistants)

Whidbey Golf Club:  


Boys & Girls Club of Oak Harbor: or 360-240-9273


Coupeville Boys & Girls Club:  (360) 678-5640

Full Moon Rising Farm - Freeland (Ages 5-15), Music, farming and other programs:

Warm Beach Summer Camps – Stanwood, Family & Youth Camps:

Calyx Community Arts School:  Closed for Summer Camps 2021

Willow Ranch of Oak Harbor:

Harmony Hill Stables of Freeland:

Der Kinderhuis Montessori of Oak Harbor

Ms. Ashley's Preschool of Oak Harbor:

Island Dance Theater and Gymnastics of Langley:  (Registering now:

Challenger Soccer Camps for ages 3 to 16:  Coming to South Whidbey Parks, August 2-6

Book Publishing Summer Camp:  Come learn how to write a book, get it professionally published,
and then sold in a real bookstore for money in Langley!  Call or email to sign up or learn more: (954) 551-6064 or

WSU Cascade Mountains Military Teen Adventure Camp: July, Ages 14-18, Registration Limited. Info: 

If you are a teen (age 14-18) that is dependent on Military Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, Retired, or Veteran personnel at regional locations around the U.S. and its territories, you are invited to spend 4 days and 3 nights in the beautiful North Cascades!  Camp Fee is $20, all other supplies/etc. provided.

  Mount Baker Cub Scout Council is proud to offer summer camps for ALL boys and girls, Scouts and non-Scouts, entering grades 2-5 in the fall.  This Year, In-Person and "Virtual" Camps.  More info:

Join a Club or Group for Fun This Summer, And Beyond!

Whidbey Volleyball Club "Open Gyms"

Who:  All Ages are welcome, masks required

When: Every Sunday beginning Sunday, July 11, through Sunday, August 15

1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Oak Harbor High School

Cost: $5 per week, or $20 to attend all events

Scouts BSA Troop 4058G
For girls age 11 and up
What: Camp, hike, kayak, backpack, bike, and more while making new friends
Learn outdoor and leadership skills
Volunteer in your community
Work your way to Eagle Scout, a nationally recognized achievement that can open many doors.
Scouts participate in the activities that interest them
Scouts lead the program, plan events and elect their own leadership
Adults provide mentoring, skills training, and support

When: Meets Tuesdays 7:00-8:00 pm in Coupeville
To Learn More: Visit 
Contact : Troop Scoutmaster Mike Tenore at michaeltenore1 at, 206-255-8712
Or Assistant Scoutmaster Heather Tenore at heathertenore at,  206-719-3599

Camp Fire Clubs

Who: Camp Fire Classic Club programs serve boys and girls, ages 3 through 18. 

What: They meet weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly throughout the year in both in and outdoor “classrooms.” Adult leaders and youth create a wide variety of exciting and educational activities, projects, experiences, and events. In fact, the activities are limited only by the members’ imaginations!

More info and to register:

More Hosts of Fun Summer Activities 

South Whidbey Parks and Recreation: Classes, camps, and fun events for all ages:

Readiness to Learn of Langley Summer Programs:

Oak Harbor Public Schools Summer Programs:

Free Art Supplies: 
For parents of Whidbey school children:
The Whidbey Island Arts Council has free art basic supplies if your child has a need.
 Please email for a contact-free pickup.

Fun Places to Visit and Things To Do This Summer:

Lam's Golf and Mini-Golf - Oak Harbor:

Lam’s is a par three, nine-hole golf course located on North Whidbey Island near Deception Pass Park.

Lam’s also has an 18-hole vintage mini-golf course, perfect for entertaining children and adults alike.

Our Par 3 Whidbey golf course is excellent for beginners and those seeking to improve their short game.

Lam’s is ideal for many occasions - including birthdays, anniversaries, family gatherings, first dates, private rentals or just enjoying some time off to relax and play a round of golf.

Preview the course and get more information:


The Clubhouse and Mini-Golf hours:

NOTE: Mini-Golf is open only during clubhouse hours.

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 

The Clubhouse offers an assortment of candy, snacks (nuts, chips, beef jerky and more), beer, hard cider, hard seltzer, soda, and teas.

Lam's PAR 3 GOLF COURSE: OPEN 24/7 Year-Round

Lam’s Golf Links often operates under an honor system for the PAR 3 Golf Course. 

If no one is in the Clubhouse, we have a pay booth available outside or payment through Venmo. 

The pay booth only accepts cash or checks, no credit or debit cards. 

The Roller Barn - Oak Harbor:

* Open Skate: Please Make Your Reservations at TheRollerBarn's Website

Friday - 7pm to 9pm

Saturday - 7pm to 9pm, 

Saturday: ADULT SKATE 9:30pm to 11:30PM

Sunday - 2:00pm to 4:00pm


* Learn to Skate at The Roller Barn (Teens and Adults)

* Book Your Party at the Roller Barn

How: More information and to Make Your Skating Reservations:

Pacific Northwest Naval Air Museum

 (Formerly the PBY Museum)

Where: 270 S.E. Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor

When: Open Weds-Sat 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sundays 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Cost: Admission $5, kids under 6 free
What: Beginning with the past and moving through to the present day, young and old alike will enjoy a memorable journey through history at the Pacific Northwest Naval Air Museum located in Oak Harbor Washington. From displays dedicated to all wars and conflicts from WWII to today, to impressive artifacts, flight simulators and more, the Pacific Northwest Naval Air Museum promises to educate and entertain!

More Information:

FREE Admission to The Pacific Northwest Naval Air Museum for Active Duty Families: 

The museum is pleased to participate in the "Blue Star Museum" program.  Now through Labor Day, they offer free entry to their museum for active duty and their families.  

Kids Bowl Free at Oak Bowl June 1 to October 1:

Ages 2 - 18 Years of Age

What: Registered Kids Receive 2 FREE GAMES Of Bowling Each Day Of The KBF Program All Summer Long!

Register here:

Following Registration, Weekly Free Bowling Passes are emailed, or can be accessed with the KBF app.

For the Adults to Bowl with their Kids: choose from a 2 Person Family Pass: Only $29.95, or a 4-Person Pass for $39.95.

Theses Adult passes are for the parents, older siblings, grandparents, etc. to bowl with the kids, during the "Kids Bowl Free" sessions, all summer long.

Shoe Passes:  $20, per person, for shoe rental for the summer. 

Enjoy a FREE Self-Guided Tour at Price Sculpture Forest

Where:  678 Parker Road, Coupeville

How: Enjoy a free self‐guided tour for you that encompasses the entire Sculpture Forest.  

It is accessible on your Internet/data-enabled mobile phone and does not require downloading an app.  

Quick instructions are at the entry kiosk sign.

What: This unique tour provides a new, educational, and fun way for you to experience a sculpture park. Every sculptor of every sculpture will talk to you via a short video.  They will each be standing right where you are standing, talking to you about their background, the concepts and fuller meaning behind the sculpture, and how it was created.  The tour will also show you text descriptions of each sculpture and sculptor, photos, how you can personally contact every artist, and other points of interest along the way.
Pet Friendly?:  No pets, please.

More Info: and

Keep Reading This Summer!

Sno-Isle Summer Reading Program: Summer Reading at Sno-Isle Libraries starts Monday, June 21! 

Who:  Kids and teens who read 10 hours will earn a free book.

What: There will also be weekly virtual events, a community scavenger hunt, and lots of booklists and activity ideas online all summer long.

How:  Go to

Cost:  FREE!

Pizza Hut FREE Summer Reading Program:

Track and reward your kids' reading for June, July and August in our digital dashboard. When they meet their monthly reading goal, they'll receive a free one-topping Personal Pan Pizza® from Pizza Hut! We'll also share fun activities and book recommendations each week to keep the fun going throughout the summer! Enroll today!  

Ages: Pre-K to 6th Grade

Money-Saving Mom FREE Summer Reading Printable Pack:

Looking for a fun way to encourage and motivate your kids to read more? Or need a creative way for your kids to keep track of all the books they read through summer reading programs this year?

Be sure to download our FREE Kid’s Summer Reading Printable Pack! It comes with a reading challenge, reading time tracker, and fill-in-the-blank summer reading list.

Barnes and Noble:

 Earn a free book through the Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program for kids in grades 1-6.

  1. Read any eight books this summer and record them in your Summer Reading Journal (PDF download). Tell them which part of the book is your favorite, and why.
  2. Bring your completed journal to a Barnes & Noble store between July 1st and August 31st, 2021.
  3. Choose a FREE BOOK from the selection on the Reading Journal list at the store.

Click here for details


Kids who read any eight books this summer can bring their list of books read to the nearest Amazon Retail Store to receive a Star Reader Certificate and their choice of a free book.

Kids Discover FREE Summer Reading Program:

Ready to beat the Summer Slide with us?
By spending 10-15 minutes a day on one of our Kids Discover Online topics, your students can stay academically engaged and thinking cognitively. Your students can pick a Topic from our diverse Science and Social Studies library that genuinely interests them. We will be providing a Reading Log to help them stay accountable and give you feedback on what they are reading each day. At the end of the summer, you can also present a Kids Discover created certificate to the students who have worked hard all summer long.

Our Free, 3-month At-Home Plan is ideal for parents looking to keep their kids actively reading over the summer. All of our 2,000+ articles come with read-aloud, translation, and dictionary tools built directly in. Parents and children will use the same login credentials. There are no virtual Classroom, Quick Quiz, or Assessment features available with this plan, which would allow you to track student progress.

Register and more information here:

More Reading Resources: Find FREE and "sale-priced" ebooks for all ages.  

Virtual Summer Camps and Activities

"Safe Kids Virtual Academy"

Who: Ages 3 - 18

Cost: FREE

Where: Online

When: Dates vary, see website to register for a specific event 

3-5-year-olds, June 19, 9am - 1pm
6-12 year olds, June 25, 12pm - 4pm
13-18 year olds, July 9, 12pm - 4pm
13-18 year olds, July 24, 12pm - 4pm
6-12 year olds, August 6, 12pm - 4pm
3-5 year olds, August 21, 9am - 1pm

CBIRT (Center on Brain Injury Research and Training) has partnered with Safe Kids Washington, Washington DSHS, and the TBI Council of Washington to bring this free summer activity! 

Teens aged 13-18 years old will learn car and driver safety, how to stay safe and keep their friends safe when biking, skateboarding, swimming, playing sports and much more, including how to pick the right helmet and how to wear it the right way. There will be fun games, a grand prize drawing, and lots of chances to win prizes like Starbucks and Amazon gift cards! Check the registration page for dates and times

NASA STEM Express: 

Keep up with the latest NASA STEM happenings by subscribing to the FREE NASA EXPRESS newsletter.

Each weekly email features at-home activities to inspire learning and exploration. Find crafting ideas, science experiments with household items and videos to watch as a family. Updates on workshops, internships, contests and student challenges are also included.

Activity Hero:  Live Interactive Online Classes & Camps for Kids
Live online classes, online summer camps, and after-school programs for kids provide engaging e-learning experiences from home. Variety of online teachers available from homework help to enrichment classes such as art, kids coding, math, music, science, LEGO, yoga, and cooking.

Creative, At-Home Activities:

Green Art Labs

Art Boxes, Virtual Classes, and More!

Green Art Labs connects us to our creativity and the Earth through reusable materials.

Art CSA Boxes - Community Supported Art - For Kids:

We call it an Art CSA (Community Supported Art) as a play on Community Supported Agriculture that comes from local farms. 

CSA Art Boxes are made with care, crafted of quality materials, and designed with intention.

Who:  Great for ages 5+, including adults! 

Art making is so healing and gives kids a healthy outlet during trying times. Our art boxes get the creativity flowing and guide you through three hands-on art activities per box. 

Joan of Green Art Labs, is passionate about connecting people to their creativity and the Earth through reusable materials. She has put lots of thought and energy into developing a quality product that minimizes waste and gives kids a fun, hands-on, creative experience.

What's in the Box?:  

A variety of creative boxes are available for individual purchase, including sewing, "Seasonal", sculpture, paper arts, and more. 

  • Materials you'll need for 3 engaging activities
  • Step-by-step instructions
  • A supporting instructional video

CSA Art Box Subscriptions: Receive a new Art CSA Box delivered to you each month such as sewing, sculpture, paper art, seasonal art, and more Each box comes with all the materials you'll need to make 3 art activities each month, and a link to a video with step-by-step instructions.

Kids will look forward to their monthly art box subscription, with a new art activity box arriving each month.

Learn More: and

View the art boxes and order at 

Virtual Events: Green Art Labs hosts virtual classes, camps, parties, workshops, and videos for all ages.

Virtual Event Info:

Outside the Box Creation:

An Art Project, in a box, sent to you with quality supplies, inspiration, and a book too!

Outside The Box Creation allows you the unique opportunity to connect and create with your child one-on-one, while also teaching them (in the most fun and imaginative way) what’s so wonderful about art.  

Who: Designed for ages 5 to 11.  No parent/caregiver art experience required - just the desire to have a fun, creative time with your kids.

We live in a world where art budget cuts are prevalent and our kids’ eyes are always glued to screens, and Outside the Box Creation wants to change that.

What's In the Box?:  

We thoughtfully design our boxes to ensure a fun and hassle-free experience from start to finish.  

  • Storytime: Spark your child's imagination by first reading the enclosed book together first.
  • Superior Supplies: Quality supplies, many of which can be used again and again.
  • Sharing is Caring:  Regular boxes include supplies for two people, large size boxes include supplies for 4. 
  • Easy Peasy: A booklet of easy-to-follow graphic instructions, no art expertise required!

Outside the Box Subscriptions:  Pre-Paid and month-to-month subscriptions are available.

Learn More:

"Wonder Box" with Wonder and Explore Learning

A Hands-On, Play-Based Early Childhood Subscription Box

The "Wonder Box" is a monthly subscription box full of learning opportunities for your child. 

Who: Created for children ages 3 to 6.

Your "Wonder Box" is full of materials for your child to explore and learn with. 

There are many hours of fun in each box. 

"What's in The Box":

Your monthly themed box has at least 5 lessons with materials:

  • A Book
  • Playdough
  • Sensory materials to be used with the playdough and/or in a sensory box
  • At least 5 activities:  These will include complete lesson plans and materials.  These lesson plans will be across the subject areas of STEM, Art, Science, Math, and Literacy. 
  • The included materials cover the lesson and can have many other uses for further fun. 

To see what's included in your "Wonder Box", Go To:

Learn More: and on Facebook

They also offer a monthly early childhood, at-home learning experience for preschoolers.

Do you have a favorite summer camp or fun activity that you don't see listed here? 

Please let me know at!