KidsCamp will run Saturday from 10am-3:45pm in Room 205.

WordCamp parents can now usher in the next generation of WordPress builders at KidsCamp! Parents attending WordCamp can bring their junior website creators along and enjoy a day of parent-child learning under the advisement of some of our WordPress Experts!

Kids illustrating their favorite things.

These special kid-friendly lessons will introduce your child to the wonderful world of WordPress and help them learn or improve upon WordPress development, design, and use skills! After the day is complete, your child will leave with their very own site up and running!

Picture of kid at WordCampInterested WordPress parents or guardians will need to have a general admission ticket purchased before signing up their junior creators. Parents will be responsible for staying with their child during KidsCamp, but may switch guardians during the course of the day if you are both attending. Each child will need his or her own laptop to work on.

Each KidsCamp ticket provides your child with their very own name badge and swag, lunch, and full-day KidsCamp on Saturday. If you’re child is ready to move forward, they are also welcome to join us for regular sessions on Sunday.

We are accepting children from ages 7 to 14 to participate in these special lessons and spots are limited to only 20 students (not including their parental sponsors). Also, if you have an older child ready to learn some advanced topics, they are welcome to join us for the full sessions and workshops with a regular ticket!



Q: I bought a ticket for my child(ren) – if i stay with my child, do i need to buy a ticket for myself?

A: Yes, this will help us cover the costs of all meals and other necessary expenses.

Q: Do I need to bring a laptop?

A: Yes, we do not provide laptops. Tablets can also work although they are slower for many young ones (and adults) to type on.

Q: What ages are appropriate?

A: The age range for this camp is 7-14.

Q: Who is teaching KidsCamp?

A: Sandy Edwards: Sandy taught her very first KidsCamp at WordCamp Orlando in 2015. Since then she has taught several more KidsCamp, including at Miami, Atlanta, and Tampa. She loves to give back by teaching kids about coding, WordPress, and other technical skills. Sandy is very active in the Orlando WordPress and owns CE Squared who specializes in Online Marketing, SEO, SEM, WordPress Maintenance and Full Scale WordPress Websites.

Q: I’ve got a question, who can I send it to?

A: Email us at