Camp Google trains kids to utilize the company’s services as early as possible — starting from the ages of 7-10 years old, specifically. The program seems to focus on online project-based science lessons.
Everything in Camp Google takes place online, and while it’s also totally free, the company notes that some of the activities as part of Camp Google will require the use of common household items. Thankfully, though, Google says the activities will remain open indefinitely so your child can just come back to them.
The program, which first took place in June 2015, is roughly four weeks long, and each week is broken up into different themes. Those who participate can earn badges for each week they complete, although these look like they may just be digital items and not real badges — the website isn’t specific about this either.
The content for Camp Google was created in collaboration between engineers at Google, educational organizations like Khan Academy and content specialists like National Geographic Kids, NASA and National Parks.