We are delighted with all of the creative projects you made for Camp Khan Kids this year. Everyone had so much fun learning, growing, and expressing their creativity. Take a look at the full show by scrolling through the page below. To be added to the show, submit a photo here. For questions, write our team at email@example.com.
Camp Counselor Lorraine ❤️
Music & Movement Week
Layla, we love this message!
If we are all brave together, just think of the things we can accomplish!
Ayesha created a candy-balance competition for Sports Day!
You're all winners in our book!
Layla is rocking out with Sandy's coloring page.
Congratulations on completing Music Week (and the whole camp!)
Srishti's medal includes a celebratory explanation - yay!
Anyone who sees this will feel like a winner, Srishti!
Ayesha made an award for her cat competition.
We see three cute kitties on your medal, Ayesha. It's purrrfect!
Elenore is coloring our dancing scene for Music & Movement Week.
It's turning into a magical creation!
Layla's dance moves are in full swing with her cheerful ribbon wand.
Ah, we wish we could join you. Looks like so much fun!
Srishti, great idea to use a stick as the base of this dancing ribbon wand.
Thank you for adding festivity & flair to Music & Movement Week!
Autumn's page shows the Khan Kids crew singing a song for Music Week.
What are they singing? Ed Sheeran, Autumn's favorite musician!
We think Ed is quite cool, Autumn, especially in the songs he sings with Taylor.
Layla lit up this coloring page with a burst of bright colors.
We get so excited seeing this level of creativity in the app.
Thank you for sharing, Layla!
Layla designed her own violin.
You look ready for a world-class concert, Layla. We LOVE it!
Korianna kicks off Music & Movement Week with a gorgeous homemade guitar.
Exceptional creativity, Korianna. You are strumming like a pro!
Elenore made a "rockin' star guitar" for Music Week.
Elenore, this rockstar instrument would definitely light up a stage!
Here comes Autumn to join our Music Week band.
Looks like she's about to step up as lead guitarist - oh yeah!
David built a rain stick using seeds, aluminum foil, a cardboard tube, stickers, tape, and a custom design. David, it turned out terrific! What a great idea to fill the inside with seeds.
The sound from your video was sensational!
Aliyah is completing the Music Week coloring pages.
We're so glad you're enjoying the camp, Aliyah.
The Khan Kids crew is so happy with their bright colors!
Mohamed really enjoys filling in the blanks.
We see how you added a picture to the guitar, too. Super, Mohamed!
Mucaad is reading along to Peck Plays a Tune.
We get so excited to see campers reading our stories.
We hope you like it, Mucaad!
Ayesha loves coloring and singing, they are her hobbies.
Here, Ayesha is composing and singing a custom song for Khan Kids.
We adore how it turned out. Thank you for creating this!
Layla is using the Create tool in the app to record a tune for Khan Kids.
We are having SO MUCH FUN listening to these songs.
Thanks for your contribution, Layla!
After singing time, Layla put on some music to get chores done.
Here she is making her bed. Thanks for pitching in to help out around the house, Layla.
The more we work together, the more we can accomplish. Love it!
Animals & Nature Week
Haniyyah topped off the week with the beautiful coloring page of Reya.
We adore your certificate, Haniyyah!
Aliyah colored and cut animals to put on the toy house.
Love that idea! It brings the house to life, Aliyah!
Muhammad found a green, smooth, oval leaf.
Looks like a perfect specimen, Muhammad!
David made a porcupine with paper and flowers from the garden.
David, this porcupine is divine!!!
Mohamed colored his nature scene with bright pencils.
Those mountains look glorious, Mohamed!
One of our projects during Camp Khan Kids was to weed the garden.
Thanks for pitching in Layla. Great job!
Layla, our team who designed these coloring pages are going to be so happy to see this photo!
Thank you for being such an inspiring part of Camp Khan Kids!
Yay! We have more app art coming through from Abisha.
Thanks for exploring our art tools, Abisha. Your nature scene stands out brightly!
Logan included multiple leaves and flowers in this leaf study.
Well done Logan, that's a diverse display of leaves!
Sol made her own mini terrarium with this baby plant.
Your plant looks happy already, Sol!
Look at the color of this rain cloud in a jar!
You've initiated a science learning storm, Logan. We love it!
Ayesha started writing nature names like Snow, and then thought of more like Grass, Sun, and Spring.
We love how creativity works. Those are beautiful names!
Ayesha created her own wildlife worksheet!
We love your attention to detail, and the smiling snail!
Autumn's seashell crab is named Olivia.
This creative crab looks so friendly, Autumn. Well done!
The bright smiling face on Natalie's hedgehog is delightful.
Great job on collecting and assembling those solid sticks, Natalie!
Elenore's nature name is Bug. Cute! She spelled it out of shells.
Sensational seashells, Elenore!
Shristi's nature word is inspired by kindness.
We love how you used chalk to explain your thinking, Shristi.
This is such a peaceful message to read!
Here is Shrishi's rain-in-a-jar experiment for Science Friday.
Looks like it's working! We see the condensation!
Elenore continued nature-inspired art with a picture of a garden.
It looks like rainbows and fruit trees adorn the scene. Lovely!
Our friends are enjoying the rain-in-a-jar science experiment today.
Science Fridays at Camp Khan Kids are sprinkled with fun projects like these!
Srishti made a seashell animal friend.
It looks like you painted the seashell and designed features like the eyes and mouth.
We love new friends like these!
Srishti continues making animal friends with the porcupine craft.
It's really coming together, and the eye gives it such a cute look.
Thanks for sharing, Shrishti!
Vaibhavi's nature art included drawings of all four seasons.
We love how there are hints of rainbow in three of them.
Can you see the colors in the caterpillar, the umbrella, and in the sky? So creative!
Vaibhavi shared her wild animal collection with us for Animals & Nature Week.
That's quite a collection, Vaibhavi.
We'd love to know how long you've been collecting them!
Autumn and her grandmother spent time together learning about mammals!
Check out their info-collage! It includes pictures of mammals from magazines, clearly labeled.
Now that's an enriching activity!
Rayvon did his study with a backyard leaf.
Yes, that's a long oval, Rayvon!
Ayesha made a homemade leaf study worksheet and discovered a leaf with a curved triangle shape.
Excellent analysis, Ayesha!
Korianna & Rosaleen had fun making their terrariums.
We see sand, and grass, and possibly a pet?
If so, that looks like a great place to be a pet!
Ayesha used her mom's pickle jars to collect beautiful objects from nature.
Thank you to Ayesha's mom for the loan of the jars! The terrariums turned out great!
Genesis, Ezra, Kylie, & Zeke are working on their leaf study as a group project.
They found leaves in the backyard.
We love seeing campers learning together!
Srishti added a leaf print and a crafted leaf to this leaf study.
Nice way to add creative details to the lesson, Srishti!
Srishti's terrarium has some prehistoric friends!
Our team loves the sun you drew for them too, Shristi!
Autumn's terrarium has birds in it so they can nest, plus some rose bushes.
What a festive idea, we think the birds will feel right at home!
Gracie's created an amazing animal kingdom for a wide variety of dinosaur friends.
We think your terrarium is terrific, Gracie!
Adeline started a terrarium that she had received for her birthday!
She planted the seeds, added leaves from the yard, and did the leaf study.
We agree that the leaf looks like a heart.💚 Great observation!
Layla's plants are prolific!
We're so glad you participated in the terrarium project today, Layla!
We're excited to see animal collages coming through!
Kodi is going to LOVE this bear, Shristi!
Harrison made a landscape painting with oil pastels on canvas.
This is breathtaking, Harrison.
We wish we could visit your nature scene in real life!
Layla made a turtle collage!
The pattern on your turtle's shell is bold and beautiful, Layla!
And we see you've colored the turtle in the dark night sky. Exciting!
David drew an elephant with crayons for his nature art.
Nice writing and spelling, too, David!
Rayvon continued creating and invented a nature lantern.
WOW. This really brightens our day!
We think we see a cilantro leaf on there—fun idea!
Arts & Crafts Week
Abisha completed all of the projects during Arts & Crafts Week, including this
delightful Thank You card for Mrs. Perez. That's so sweet, Abisha!
We loved your puppet show video, too!
Rayvon made a cereal box house painted with rainbow colors.
How beautiful would a town be if it had houses the colors of yours, Rayvon!
Shaanth made a toy house that is human-sized so that lots of dogs and animals can use it!
That's a great idea, Shaanth!
Layla decorated Ollo with a bold, beautiful blue for Arts & Crafts Week.
Ollo will be so pleased to see this, Layla!
Miller and Falon made scented play dough. What a creative idea!
Which scents do you think they used?
Vanilla and cherry. Nice!
Hello, Bonnie. Welcome to camp!
We hear that Bonnie made homemade slime, and then used it to make her hands
webbed like a frog. Froggie fun!
Nirvaan made a DIY craft to roll marbles.
This is a sensational engineering invention.
Wishing we could be there to roll some marbles too!
Nicky made a terrific and tall toy house, along with coloring page creations for Arts & Crafts Week.
Look at all those Khan Kids characters enjoying the scene!
Layla made shapes out of this outstanding orange play dough.
We see stars, hearts, and gingerbread pals!
Autumn used her play dough to focus on setting up
a treat-filled indoor picnic with Pink Poodle.
Looks so festive!
David made a piñata during Arts & Crafts Week.
Those cones and papers combine to make an incredible combination!
Well done, David!
If you look closely at Colin's house, you may see a furry friend!
Colin, great idea to share your homemade house with your hamster!
Ayesha, this neon green play dough will brighten up any art project!
Way to make it happen!
Anna chose light pink for her play dough.
Anna, look at your shaping skills!
You are a sensational sculptor!
Leah made mint green playdoh for Science Friday at Arts & Crafts Week.
Leah, you made an incredible batch.
We think you could lead an entire play dough factory!
Adeline made a bookmark gift and yellow play dough to top off Arts & Crafts Week.
The play dough looks like it turned out perfectly.
And we love the brightly colored card and certificate!
Layla, look at all of those coloring pages!
Plus, you included a thoughtful coloring page for your parents.
We adore this creative collection of artwork!
Layla's stuffed animals joined the celebration for Arts & Crafts Week.
We're so glad they could come, Layla!
It looks like you have two rainbow unicorn buddies. Fun!
Autumn made a photo flower for her grandmother.
We are certain your grandmother will LOVE it, Autumn.
The photo is special and the vase is so colorful.
Srishti made a pink paper flower vase.
This is a beautiful, bright, and cheerful gift, Srishti!
Ayesha made her own thank you card to give to her sister.
That is so sweet, Ayesha.
We love the careful detail on the flower, and the smiling eyes.
Colin threw a party for Stuffy!
They baked a cake and made party hats.
If you look closely, each hat has a unique name and story!
Today, Ibraheem threw a surprise birthday for Baby Buttons!
We were happy to see the whale in attendance!
Ibraheem is working diligently on his birthday sign, and is focused
on using a variety of colors for maximum joy!
Adeline celebrated the Khan Kids birthday with Pooh bear!
Winnie the Pooh - we love you too!
Otty built a country cottage, and Otty's dream is to have a farm house with
flower planters. You've got a great start, Otty!
Miller hosted a great Lego-themed party with lots of friends.
We love the setting, and the fancy seats!
Falon joined the birthday fun with lots of guests AND a piñata!
Parth made an airport runway during Arts & Crafts Week.
On Parth's runway, you can see airplanes, airlines, speeds, and destinations.
Time to travel!
At Elenore's party, monkey turned 4.
It's a birthday bonanza. Love the hats!
Elenore made a mid century modern house.
Can you see Duck? Duck likes it so much, they've already moved in!
Autumn's party included entertainment in addition to her stuffed animal friends.
We hear there was a dance recital AND presents. That's incredible!
Srishti's little table is designed to double as a piñata.
Anna invited everyone in the household to her stuffed animal birthday party.
Anna, great job recycling old party gear for this special event!
Here is Logan's tissue box house.
Love those circular tiles and grand roof!
Ayesha threw a party and made the birthday chair too!
That's quite an accomplishment.
The animal guests are certainly enjoying the attention!
Estrella built a toy house to look like the Encanto Casita.
WOW - You Did It, Estrella!!!
David made festive, bright, paper bag puppet creatures.
We love those feathers, David! Nice idea.
One of our camp counselors noticed some special crests on your puppets too!
Srishti joined us in making paper bag puppets today.
Look at those pretty gems and perky pink ears! Cute!
Billy made a toy house that is both a library and a treehouse. How cool!
Inside the house are cats Pippin and Pitch (in the windows)
and Sam the dog on a soft bed. So cozy!
Pallavi's toy house from cardboard and paper is an architectural gem!
The modern style, windows, and landscaping come together so cleanly!
Autumn made these puppets from paper bags based on printouts she found online.
Beautiful colors and way to be resourceful, Autumn!
Oh, is that a little puppy pet the princess has? Cute!
Ibraheem's toy house actually has a pipe for drainage and a garage
made from a milk carton. Very functional!
Charlene's house has several rooms.
We saw the closeup of the kitchen table and chairs—so well done.
It looks like a great gathering place, Charlene!
Em's toy house is made of cardboard.
We especially like the angled roof that is great for withstanding extreme weather.
So glad you had fun making this, Em!
Adeline made a chicken coop tower and a cereal box house.
That's a cool combination, Adeline!
We love how the picture shows teamwork, too!
Gracie! It's great to see you again this year.
Thank you for painting that beautiful house.
On your roof, if we look closely, it looks like there's a kitty!
Layla, your digital art is delightful!
Thanks for your multimedia leadership during Art Week!
Camila made a craft house!
It has a polka-dot floor and lots of life all around!
We loved your video explanation too. Great presentation!
Today, Miller made a military base.
Look at that connecting tunnel!
Miller, we salute YOU!
This house is made by Falon. Falon describes it as:
"Welcome to the Animal Friends House! There is squawky the boss, chicky (the cutest of the house), sprinkles the dog, and Denny, the world-famous dinosaur gamer! :) They all live here in peace!"
Srishti made a gingerbread house out of paper.
Look closely and you will see an accordion gingerbread pal in the top right,
and a candy cane on top. FUN!
Ezra and Zeke built their house out of tiles.
Friends, that looks like a very sturdy house. We'd love to know who lives there.
It's so majestic!
Autumn kicked off Arts & Crafts week by building two houses out of milk cartons.
Then Autumn asked if she could recycle another carton into a space shuttle.
How cool is that???
RunRun made a colorful sea world for the aquarium in a bottle project.
He hopes for an ocean full of color in a world with less ocean pollution.
We hope so too, RunRun!
Rayvon made a Lego blue whale for Water Week.
We love the colors, and its eye peeking out.
Thanks for sharing and joining Water Week, Rayvon!
Leon made a dinosaur mermaid from ancient times!
This is SO exciting, Leon!
Also, we see a cute kitty friend in this picture. What a pal!
Vaibhavi dove into coloring during Water Week with an incredible
page for each and every day!
Sewing with sharks.
We love it, 66!
Leah kept the mermaid tail theme going and made baby mermaids
for Water Week. SO CUTE!!!
Abisha, way to go with those sea animal counters!
We saw in your submission that you completed everything
in Water Week. Wow, that's a lot of learning - well done!
Layla made homemade popsicles from punch.
Great focus pouring, Layla, they turned out great!
We also appreciate that you completed your certificate with flying colors!
Julia's marvelous mermaid is such a cheerful display.
We love her peaceful smile.
Do you notice what's fun about Philip's baby shark?
It's a puppet too! Nice touch, Philip.
Julia, your whale fluke is so realistic!
And it looks like the mermaid and whale are pals. Super cute!
Autumn is cooling off with a homemade popsicle.
The flavor is chocolate strawberry fudgesicle.
Wow, does it get any better than that?
Charlene, thank you for participating this week!
We hear you're diving into learning all the way from Tanzania.
Love the colors you chose for Peck's hair!!!
Layla, your sun is shining brightly!
Thanks for making our summer day so colorful!
Adelina is teaching her pup about ocean life.
Our furry friends can be an essential part of summer learning!
Can you find the sea animal in Colin's tidepool?
Hello, little seal!!!
We heard that Autumn made her tide pool with shells she found at the beach, rocks from around the neighborhood, miniature sea creatures, and her mom's special "sea glass gems." We love hearing that Autumn played in her tide pool all day! How fun!
Ohanna drew a mermaid for Water Week to stay cool.
Ohanna is from Kinshasa - the Republic of Congo.
Charlene is coloring the scales on her mermaid tail so patiently.
Fabulous focus, Charlene. It's becoming a masterpiece!
Presenting Harper's musical mermaid!
She's the star of the show, Harper. Thanks for sharing!
Elenore, you found a way to fit baby shark into your aquarium!
Are those garden flowers too? Great idea!
Jennie, those beautiful blue waters are a treat!
Adelina, you have a whole ocean in your hands!
Korianna, you got this!
Your baby shark can't wait to play in the ocean today!
Logan, your white shark is the king of the seas!
Thank you for sharing - the teeth are invincible!
Wow, we've got baby shark, coral reef coloring, and aquarium in a bottle.
Layla has Water Week PRO status, right here!
Lillyx made her aquarium in a bottle with a dolphin in the middle.
Such a friendly crew of sea animal friends here!
Logan made "Paw Patrol" mermaid tails.
They turned out great! Love the color range too!
Autumn, your projects are amazing!
Her ocean in a bottle included seashells, mini sea creatures, and glitter (of course!)
Jennie, your baby shark is on the mark!
Looks just like Finny!
Watch out for Cousin Shark!
Miller, this picture is bold, bright, and epic!
Colin included a tale to go along with the artwork. Yay!
"It's a shining day with no clouds and the shark is chasing the free fish. The fish are saying, "oh no the shark" and they are swimming as fast as they can. Do you think the shark will eat the free fish? Or do you think the fish will swim away? The answer is ...! The fish will safely swim away!"
Ayesha, this Baby Shark artwork is splendid!
We love the two-tone blue colors.
Falon drew and colored Baby Shark.
Falon, those are super shark teeth!
Autumn made shark puppets and put on a show.
Way to create & sing, Autumn! Our friends at Super Simple will be so happy.
Isabella crafted the Crayola mermaid.
We adore the colors and her sweet expression. Glorious!
Jennie, we are impressed with the detailed scales on your mermaid tail!
It is brightly colored and carefully crafted. Lovely!
Colin has created a scene of a shark chasing a whale.
WOW, Colin - you have so many details in here. We love the labels.
(And look at the realistic gills on the Great White Shark!)
This is Autumn's sparkly mermaid tail.
Autumn, you're our very first art show participant this year!
We're so happy to have you. The seashell sequins are sensational!
These cute cardboard tube mermaids were made by Arisa, Riana, and their mom!
We love the curly hair on each mermaid, and the sea-themed library books in the background!
This mermaid tail is from Ayesha.
Look at those beautiful rainbow scales on a beach setting. Gorgeous!
Ayesha also made a cardboard tube mermaid.
She has a sweet smile and a bouncy blue tail. Love!!!
This is Adelina's artwork.
These colors are SO vibrant, Adelina. What a joy!
Gustav. Your creativity is endless!
This looks like a sparkling deep blue sea!
These cheerful mermaids were made by Faith and Hope.
Thank you for sharing. They've brightened our day!
Charlotte, these rainbow tails are a gem.
Way to go on writing your name, too!
Falon's mermaid tail is named Bakey.
Hi Bakey! We love your decorations. Welcome to Camp Khan Kids!
Miller named his artwork "The Legend."
That is so COOL! And your solid color background really stands out.
Adeline, thank you for sharing the coloring page!
We can see your colorful mermaid tail, too!
Golu's mermaid tail is diving deep into the ocean.
Golu, we see your written details "Khan Camp" - we feel so lucky to be on your drawing!
Keenu & Kana made these mermaid tails.
Each has its own color and pattern. Absolutely lovely!!!
Hi Layla! Thanks for sharing your mermaid tail!
We see yellow, blue, and red. Beautiful!
Olujuwon's mermaid is a gorgeous green.
She looks like the queen of the sea!
Avery made Finny the Shark.
Hooray! Our friends at Super Simple will love to see this!
Irfan had fun learning about the ocean today.
Thanks for completing the coloring page Irfan - we love your T-shirt too!
Here are some mermaid tails the Khan Academy Kids team made for Water Week.
Check out our submissions from last year's show. It was a blast!