One of the best things about summer for kids in Oklahoma is there is no school, but one of the worst things about summer for kids the boredom they all encounter by week three. Luckily, AMC is hosting their annual Kid's Summer Movie Camp again this year.

On select days throughout Summer, AMC theaters will show a bunch of kid-friendly flicks each week at steeply discounted rates. Only $3+tax for each ticket during the week.

The movies.

Right out of the gate, these special matinee showings will be as follows.

June 24/June 26 – MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU
July 1/July 3 – THE LORAX
July 8/July 10 – SING
July 15/July 17 – SING 2

AMC Theaters
AMC Theaters

July 29/July 31 – MIGRATION
August 5/August 7 – DESPICABLE ME 2
August 12/August 14 – DESPICABLE ME 3

AMC Theaters
AMC Theaters

If you'd like to make this a summer theme for your kids, let them invite their friends. It's cheap, will give you time to do a little adulting, and they'll enjoy every bit of the freedom.

For tickets and complete details, like which AMC theaters are participating, click here to go to

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