The camps are being offered by mega tech company Microsoft.

As we make our way through one of the weirdest summers ever, you might be like most parents who are struggling with finding things for your kids to do during the school free months. If that's you, Microsoft is now offering a bunch of virtual camps that could be extremely helpful for your kids in the future.

According to News 10, some of the camps that are being offered are designed for kids from ages 6 years old, up to 18 with camps ranging from, learning how to code and make your own football video game, learn to design and code apps, beginners fun with computers and coding, to taking tours of The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

The age requirements vary based on each camp, with the first camp starting Thursday, July 23rd.

If you would like to sign up for one or multiple camps, you might need to create a free account through code.org and once that's complete you will be able to access a bunch of different camps for your kids.

The camps are set to run for a few weeks this summer and if you want to see a full list of everything that is being offered, you can check out Microsoft virtual camps online here.

If your kids attend any of the camps at anytime this summer, please let us know how the experience went for them so we can share with other parents across the Hudson Valley. You can do that by texting us through the Wolf mobile app.

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