Summer Camp is the best way to excite your kids

As you may know, Chef Koochooloo is working with SAP on a program of corporate social responsibility that benefits the Foundation for College Education. FCE’s mission is to engage both students and parents in intensive, personalized programs that provide information and resources that encourage students to succeed in obtaining college education.

As part of this program, Chef Koochooloo will mentor kids ranging from middle to high school. The kids will participate in content development and provide input on history, geography, science and math concepts. This program runs through the summer and provides a way to keep kids engaged and involved. The kids benefit by developing a new skill for themselves as well as a sense of increased self-esteem.

Are you looking around for something that will engage and excite your kids this summer?  Besides Chef Koochooloo, Summer Camp Galileo is a place where kids can have fun while innovating and learning. This camp is not only convenient for parents, but also educationally engaging for kids. Summer Camp Galileo differs from the rest of the summer camps in two main areas: curriculum and their staff.

Galileo Camp

Summer Camp Galileo combines art, science, and outdoor activities around weekly themes.  This year, Camp Galileo has four fresh themes to incite innovation:

  •  Adventures Down Under
  • Galileo Road Trip
  • The Incredible Human Body
  • Leonardo’s Apprentice

I truly believe that Summer Camp Galileo is an extraordinary summer camp for any kid who has an appetite for adventure and innovation.

Use the code 2014INNOVATION when you sign up for Summer Camp Galileo for $30 off (limit one per camper, Camp Galileo and Galileo Summer Quest) Expires: July 13, 2014.  Also, I want to thank Galileo for their support to make this blog possible.