LUV Virtual Summer Camps

Come join one of our great virtual camp experiences!

Run a virtual camp in-house or join one of our global experiences.

Global Virtual Camps Pairing your Classroom with a Classroom around the world

Would you like to try our Global Virtual Connections and connect with students all over the world? During the month of July, we are offering one-week global exchange classes! In these courses, your students do similar great at-home STEM projects but then get to interact with global partners all over the world via video letters! This course requires an in-house teacher to interact with students via Zoom conference at least once a day.

$125 per student

Please note: All students will be paired by group

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

Harness the power of fairytale and myth to learn the fundamentals of engineering! Students listen to folk tales, stories, and myths from different cultures and explore how they can engineer solutions to rescue storybook heroes by building spaghetti towers, boats, Bristlebots, and more. They share and compare their design challenges with their global partner class through a series of video exchanges and learn about each other’s lives and cultures in the process.

Available weeks:
June 29th – July 3rd
July 6th – July 10th
July 13th – July 17th
3rd Grade – 5th Grade

Students will explore ecological threats* to our environment and will conduct a survey and present their findings about these issues. They will also learn from a global partner about issues in their community and will exchange ideas on how to affect change in their communities.

* Supplementary materials related to COVID-19 as a global ecological threat will be provided as an option for those who wish to include this in their learning.

Available weeks:
July 20th – July 24th
July 27th – July 31st
6th Grade – 8th Grade

Students will explore ecological threats* to our environment and will create a Public Service Announcement about this issue. They will also learn from a global partner about issues in their community and will exchange ideas on how to affect change in their communities.

* Supplementary materials related to COVID-19 as a global ecological threat will be provided as an option for those who wish to include this in their learning.

Available weeks:
July 20th – July 24th
July 27th – July 31st

Virtual Camps for your own Classroom

One week of activities. Three hours per day.

Our activities let students explore fun and engaging STEM projects from home. Your students can connect via our Communication Platform to show their work and send video letters back and forth to their own classmates! This course requires an in-house teacher to interact with students via Zoom conference at least once a day.

$95 per student

The three courses below are all available during the following weeks:

June 29th – July 3rd

July 6th – July 10th

July 13th – July 17th

July 20th – July 24th

July 27th – July 31st

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

Take students and their global partners on a hands-on journey through the science of sound as they learn to build their own guitar, spinning drum, and pan pipe and establish an understanding of vibration, pitch, and volume in the process. They listen to and learn to appreciate culturally diverse music by exploring different world sounds – from Japan to Spain to Ecuador – further enhancing their musical experiences from a global perspective, all while exchanging video messages with their partners.
3rd Grade – 5th Grade

Access to clean water in many countries is a significant global health issue. In this course, students learn about the water cycle, aquifers, water-borne illnesses and water filtration to better understand how water systems can be polluted and purified. Through a variety of water chemistry experiments and activities, students collaborate by exchanging a series of video messages and learn how to design their own water filter.
6th Grade – 8th Grade

In this course, students explore whether the environment or DNA determines who we are as individuals and how we live our lives. Together with their partners, students will learn about genetics and epigenetics while discovering how environmental and social conditions around the world can influence those things for better or worse. They will conduct a variety of experiments and participate in activities such as making Punnett squares, building molecular models and delving into case studies of genetic traits and mutations.