Sign-ups began today for Apple Camp, a free three-day summer program for kids at Apple Stores across the globe.
The camps, designed to expose kids to the many ways to get creative with Apple products, run July 9 through 27. Reservations tend to fill up fast.
Camp programs include using Spero Robots to learn coding and design activities and games, creating beats and writing songs with GarageBand on the iPad and telling stories with video using the Clips app.
Check your local Apple store or visit the Apple Camp page on Apple’s website for dates and other details.
Apple has run camps for kids since 2003. Because of its efforts to encourage schools to make coding a regular part of curriculums, Apple began teaching kids, teens and college students coding by using the app language, Swift.