Apple invites families to create and learn at Apple Camp sessions around the world

Apple Camp — the popular free program for children and families — will return to Apple Store locations around the world, with sessions taking place each week from June 20 through August 31.

Now in its 20th year, Apple Camp returns in person with a new two-hour format for families, giving participants the chance to create their own digital comic book about protecting and celebrating the planet. Parents and guardians can register now at apple.co/apple-camp.

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“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,” said Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail + People. “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.”

A child draws on iPad while participating in Apple Camp with their guardian.

This year, Apple Creative Pros will lead a new camp activity — Art Lab: Comic Book Adventure with Your Family. After dreaming up a story about protecting the planet, campers and their families will take an iPad outside to find inspiration in their surroundings. Participants will use iPad Pro and Apple Pencil to take photos and add drawings, speech bubbles, and stickers to design their very own heroic stories.

Apple Camp is designed to engage kids ages 8 to 12 alongside their parents or guardians. The sessions will take place in stores and outdoors, and give participants the opportunity to learn from Apple’s experts and each other. Curious campers can participate in this family adventure with devices provided at the sessions.

An illustrated graphic titled “Camp Field Guide” shows children participating in Apple Camp. Captions on the image read “Make Videos, Music, and More,” “Explore and Create in the Great Outdoors!” And “20 projects to do as a family on iPad.”
An illustrated graphic shows the coding page from the Apple Camp Field Guide, which has sections that read “design a maze challenge” and “use code to make a plan.”
An illustrated graphic shows the music page from the Apple Camp Field Guide, which talks about recording sounds and producing a podcast.
An illustrated graphic shows the video page from the Apple Camp Field Guide, which talks about making a superhero trailer, creating a time-lapse video of nature, reporting on prehistoric news, and teaching someone something new.
An illustrated graphic shows the art and design page from the Apple Camp Field Guide, which talks about reimagining a concrete lot and making a garden come to life.

In addition to in-store programming, there is a new downloadable Camp Field Guide. This experience includes 20 at-home activities for iPad, which are designed to educate and inspire creativity in all kids and families around the world.