Win a Week of Camp from Creative Difference


Spring Break is practically right around the corner, and summer will be here before we know it. For many parents, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep the kids engaged and entertained during the breaks from school. Yep, it’s time to sign up for camp. If you’re still researching options, here’s one to consider — you could even win a free week for your child!

The Creative Difference is an educational enrichment program, focusing on out-of school opportunities for children to broaden their learning experience through hands-on and creative activities. Hosting camps during the summer, school holidays, after school, and even parents’ night out, camps are offered for children ages 3-10 years old. Programs are designed to inspire children in creative thinking, problem solving, self-direction, discovery, higher-order thinking skills, and the courage to create something different.

And something unique about Creative Difference from many other camps is the flexibility in registration. You aren’t obligated to enroll by the week; you can sign up your child for individual days.

Sessions have different themes, catering to a variety of interests. Star Wars, Mixed Media, Art Extravaganza, LegoTopia, The Way of the Jedi, Wacky Crafts, and Up-cycled Art are just some of the concepts that campers can focus on during their sessions. Rates vary by week, and half-days are available during some sessions, as are early and aftercare.

You can read more about Creative Difference camps on the registration page. And for a chance to win a free week, simply enter the giveaway below.

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Creative Difference LLC, however, I only promote events, services, and activities that I truly believe in and/or think would appeal to KFDC readers.


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2 Responses to Win a Week of Camp from Creative Difference

  1. Glory

    Fun! Can I sign up, too?

  2. Jennifer

    It’s in Arlington! Oh well.

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