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UPDATED WITH CURRENT PRICING: Machane Mishpacha: the affordable alternative to Jewish summer camp or online programming

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This post is for all Daily Cheapskate readers in Jewish families with young kids. 

If you are dreading the idea of having your kids home all summer-long, telling you how bored they are, please check this out. If you are tired of all the online programming that your kids have been subject to and want to get them away from the computer screen this summer, please read on. 

Please click on the image above to see the full-size flyer for Machane Mishpacha.  Ayelet Ribakow, whom I've known for 20 years, is Machane Mishpacha's coordinator. She has years of experience as both a Jewish educator as well as a camp counselor and is beloved by her students and their families here in Denver. 

The value is amazing (the price is per FAMILY, not per kid), and you won't be putting your children at a health risk in a social setting. You can do this in place of summer camp or as a supplement to summer camp. 

PRICING:  $200 for 5 weeks of camp for kids 3-10, or $50 for one week or $75 for 5 weeks of teen camp (girls only; includes 3-4 time-enriching activities per week) or $20 for one week.

Special bulk package rates are available to schools and summer programs.

Machane Mishpacha is available to you ANYWHERE you live.

"Each day we will visit another place around the world. Your child will receive a printable passport to decorate with stamps of each place you visit. You will also receive lists of arts and crafts, baking/food activities, water fun, and shiur sheets that your children will love! The crafts and activities will come with a supply list and step-by-step instructions for you to do with your children. The activities are geared towards younger boys and girls of all ages. Older boys are welcome to join the fun too!"

Questions, please contact Mrs. Ayelet Ribakow, Machanemishpacha@gmail.com

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