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Camp TV

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Fun virtual day camp experience inspires kids' curiosity.

TV PBS Educational 2002
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Created out of necessity during the COVID-19 pandemic, this educational series brings thoughtful, well-rounded educational content to kids. Each video is hosted by a different expert or professional in their respective field, so there's a lot of enthusiasm for the different subjects. While the quality of instruction varies a bit from one video and teacher to the next, Camp TV has something to offer just about any child's interest.

All of the presenters are very good at engaging the viewers, either by encouraging them to practice what they're learning as they go or by asking questions for kids to ponder later. Just like at in-person camp, there's always learning going on in a virtually hands-on way. Camp TV is a nicely packaged virtual educational experience that kids will enjoy watching and parents will feel good about letting them do so.

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