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$29.99 for a Six-Month Curious+ All-Access Online-Class Membership from Curious ($60 Value)

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Unlimited access to 17,000 online lessons covering topics such as coding, cooking, and marketing

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The Deal

  • $29.99 for a six-month Curious+ all-access membership ($60 value)

Members receive a consultation to customize their learning plans, as well as access to the site’s 17,000 lessons and mobile apps, ad-free.

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Online registration required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per order. To redeem, must register credit card with merchant. Subscription will automatically renew at regular price at the end of the subscription purchased, unless canceled with merchant. See merchant's terms and conditions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Curious

First there was curious.com

Curious.com was founded in 2013 on the premise of connecting the world’s teachers and lifelong learners. Seven years later, our apps have been used by millions of people in every country in the world (including North Korea) to put a little learnin’ in their daily cup. This is thanks largely to over 2,000 teachers who have built over 50,000 lessons and curios. 

Then we didn’t do this idea we had

While we dabbled in live learning experiences (see Curious Conversations) and school partnerships, curious.com has largely remained an “asynchronous” learning platform for adults. Efficient, convenient and profitable, yes. But ever since we had our own kids, we’ve wondered why there isn’t something like curious.com just for kids. Possibly even with a “live” summer component? Maybe we should build it? But we never did. 

Then there was a global pandemic

All that it took was a global pandemic crisis. With everyone on Zoom, schools going virtual, summer camps cancelled, and college kids internship-less, the table was set. Once we had the idea, and got buy-in from our Curious teachers, we knew the world needed us to build Camp Curious. Heck, our own kids needed us to build it.