While summer can mean vacations and outdoor activities, it can also create challenges for parents who now have to keep them occupied during the day. According to a recent story by Fox 5 news, many of the camps have been books for months, but there are still some options available if you are looking for activities for your kids. For example, the City of Henderson has spots open in their Summer Kids Zone camp for ages 5-12. It is $112/week or $27/day.
"Another thing people can do to keep their kids busy is have them volunteer. There are a lot of volunteer organizations that kids can help out in. Goodness Gracious Ministries serves the homeless food all throughout the week. Kids 11 and up can help in the food truck while younger kids can help outside handing out waters and playing games.
Bounce U is a creative way to get the kids out of your hair. They have a camp Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm for $100 per week or $39 per day. Anyone who mentions FOX5 can get a week for $99. On Saturdays, they offer Parents Night Out from 6:00 p.m. -10 p.m. Anyone who signs up by the Thursday before it’s just $20 for the 1st child and $15 for every child after that."
Here is a list of opportunities available: