COVID-19 March 18, 2020 | 0 Comment

To help support our amazing Camp Pringle community we have compiled a list of resources for kids, teens and adults who are at home affected by school closures and social distancing precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have suggestions to add to our list please email so we can grow our list of resources and support each other. Together we are strong! 

Yours in Camping,

Claire Friedrich
Camp Director


Daily Live Steams:

  • QuaranTime with Science Mom – This awesome online stream featuring home science experiments, crafts and math is live weekdays from 8am-10am PST. You can also catch up on past episodes on her page
  • TheGoProject Virtual Camp – Every weekday from 8-9am PST kids in grades 1-6 and their parents are invited to share in an hour of virtual camp featuring storytelling, crafts & games –
  • Center for Puppetry Arts – inspiring imagination, education and community through the global art of puppetry! Live storytelling online via zoom. Shows start every hour from 9am-2pm EST (6am-11am PST) –
  • Enchanted Fables Princess Parties – Enchanted Fables from Victoria, BC is offering free virtual video messages for your kids at home. And be sure to join them through Facebook Live on Saturday March 21st at 1pm PST for a free story time session with Sleeping Beauty –


Virtual Tours:

Faith & Spirituality

Mental Health Support

If you or someone you know is struggling to cope with depression, loneliness or anxiety while isolated at home, you are not alone. Check out some free services to support you and your loved ones as we navigate COVID-19.

  • Kids Help Phone & Crisis Text Line – Free, confidential, Canada-wide service available 24/7 that offers support for kids, teens & adults by text, phone or online chat –
  • BC 211 – Free, confidential telephone and texting service available in British Columbia 24/7. This service provides referral information to a full range of community, social and government services
  • Pixel Thoughts – a 60 second meditation tool to help ease worry and clear your mind
  • MindShift App – strategies based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help you relax and be mindful and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.
  • Quiet Kit – guided meditation for beginners –

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