Summer Comedy Camp Programs For Kids
Stand Up For Student Well-Being has helped countless kids across Canada find the funny all around them with our unique, virtual comedy camps. Designed with games, activities and interactive lessons to help children write and perform their own stories, and most importantly, meet friends and have fun!
We are now taking registrations for our Virtual Kids Comedy Camps that are available over the months of July and August. They are one hour per day, for five consecutive days, between Monday to Friday, facilitated by our outstanding line-up of professional comedian coaches.
Fees are $250 per child/teen for a 5-day small group instruction camp and $500 for a private camp for one child/youth.
Choose Your Own Camp
Want a different week or time of day than what is available in our featured camps? Simply complete the online registration form and choose your camp, your preferred week and your ideal start time.
Private Comedy Camps
Want a private comedy camp for your kids & their friends? We are pleased to offer private reservations. Simply complete the online registration form and let us know what *private camp you would like for your kids.
*For private camps with only one child the registration fee is $400 (CDN), that includes two comedian coaches online at all times.
Need more info about our comedy camps? Contact our Program Manager Lisa Gervais at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-894-9622.
Our Line-Up of Comedy Programs
StandUP Comedy Camp for ages 11-14 and ages 15-17 – our original camp still going strong! This is the basic starting place. Help your child uncover their unique voice with this online, five-day stand-up comedy camp! This program focuses on exploring self-expression through fun activities, exercises and guidance from our trained coaches to help each camper develop and perform their very first stand-up comedy routine. The program culminates in an online show hosted by the coaches where our campers make their stand-up comedy debut!
Improv Comedy Camp – for a group of kids to play together while learning improv for ages 11-17
This energetic, collaborative and fun camp teaches important improv philosophies that translate into positive life skills, such as the “Yes And” approach. During this five-day online program, campers will have opportunities to perform in many different short-form improv scenes, and develop their unique sense of humour in a nurturing and collaborative environment. The camp culminates in a class show where students perform a selection of improv games for their friends and family!
Sketch Comedy Camp – write and perform comedy for a small group of kids from ages 11-17
For the budding writer, our five day Sketch Comedy Camp walks campers through the process of creating their own sketch scenes. Fun and engaging activities will help our campers discover how to structure sketches, populate them with memorable characters, and explore topics that are relevant to their interests and comedic voice. The camp culminates in a showcase where campers perform their sketch creations for friends and family!
Meme Comedy Camp – Internet memes have helped us connect with each other, express ourselves, and get through a global pandemic. They’re also hilarious. This course explores what exactly memes are, beyond a picture on a screen, what makes them work & how they spread. We use classic meme templates to explain joke-writing principles and formulas that can be used in all areas of comedy writing. By the end of the week, students will be able to create and share their own memes with each other and the world.
Puppet Camp: Make a Puppet Show – For kids ages 6 – 10 and for teens ages 13 to 18. A working simple puppet show, basic writing, basic design skills, learn to work constructively with others in a creative environment.
Our Comedian Coaches
We are pleased to introduce you to our line-up of professional comedian coaches. Get to know them by reading their biographies and watching their introduction video.
Learn more about Stand-Up For Student Well-Being
Want to learn more about Stand-Up For Student Well-Being’s mission and approach to working with kids? We invite you to watch our video.