Ithra launches virtual summer camp for children
The summer camp is targeted at children ages 4 to 15…
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) has launched a virtual summer camp targeting children of different ages where they can explore cultures, art, inventions, and much more – all from the comforts of home.
The theme ‘Travel the world and explore diverse cultures’ was picked to help enrich children’s experiences and cross-cultural perspectives.
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The summer camp is targeted at children ages 4 to 15 which is the perfect age to help them develop their passion and get them thinking about their future careers.
There are five topics to choose from: World Inventions, World Arts Lab, World Game Maker, Children with Disabilities, and World Filmmaking.
However, they all will introduce children to new concepts, cultures and much more via various mediums, such as live streams, DIY videos, podcast and PDF kits.
There are three sessions for each topic and they will run from July 5 to 16, July 19 to 30 and August 9 to 20.
Each session cost SAR250, but before you book your slot, do take note of the language specified on the ticket as this is what language it will be in.
Certain sessions will need you to put together a list of items beforehand and to help you prepare, a list is already available on the site in addition to a timetable of what to expect from each session.
The activities last two to four hours a day in addition to the live broadcast which takes place on Zoom. There’s no fixed time, so the little ones can do the activities any time during the day with the help of a parent or caregiver.
Spots are limited so book your spot here before they are all gone.
Ithra Virtual Summer Camp, from July 5 to August 20, SAR250 per session. Tel:(800) 122 1224. ithra.com