Cupertino tech giant’s free program for children and families, Apple Camp will return to Apple Stores around the world. This year’s Apple Camp will be hosted in-person with a new 2-hour format for families to create their digital comic books on celebrating and protecting the planet, starting from June 20 through August 31.
Designed to engage 8 to 12 years old kids and their parents or guardians, Apple Camp includes sessions for the participants to learn from Apple’s experts and each other skills like taking photos, recording videos, drawing, creating podcasts, and more on Apple devices.
For the past two years, Apple Camp was held online because of COVID-19 precautionary measures. But this year, it will be in person at Apple Stores.
2022 Apple Camp introduces a new activity, “Comic Book Adventure with Your Family”
Apple Creative Pros will lead a new camp activity with families, “Art Lab: Comic Book Adventure with Your Family” on an iPad Pro. For the new outdoor activity, the participating children and their parents/guardians will think of a story about protecting the planet and will take pictures of their surroundings representing that storyline. With an Apple Pencil, they will add speech bubbles, drawings, and stickers to their photos to create their fun and collaborative comic book.
Campers and parents who can not participate in the in-person Apple Camp sessions can download a new Camp Field guide that includes 20 at-home activate for iPad. The activities are designed to educate and inspire creativity in young minds.
Registration for the fun, interactive and creative children’s summer program is open at apple.co/apple-camp. Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail + People said:
“We can’t wait for campers and their families to ignite their imaginations as they learn from our team members and each other during Apple Camp. This special program has provided a space for connection and learning in our stores around the world for the past 20 years, and we’re thrilled to be hosting these experiences again.”