Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd's virtual camp for children is hiring counselors

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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd launched a virtual camp called Camp Hello Bello.

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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard's brand, Hello Bello, is looking to hire camp counselors for their just-launched virtual kids camp.

Hello Bello sells diapers, bath products, and other baby care products. The brand launched a free virtual camp – Camp Hello Bello – on April 1, offering multiple activity videos a day on Instagram Live and Facebook.

Camp Hello Bello is posting videos through the month of April in an effort to keep kids stuck at home busy.

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Camp Hello Bello is posting activity videos multiple times a day through April.

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"It's always been our pledge to be a part of your village in life's messiest, stinkiest, most unmissable adventure of parenthood, and we are sticking to that pledge during this time," Bell said in the camp's first video

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Parents can access each week's schedule every Sunday in April on the brand's website. Activities include singalongs, storytimes, yoga, and cooking lessons. In addition to providing activities, the brand is also giving away prizes to campers all month.

Bell started off the virtual camp by reading the book "The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse," by Charlie Mackesy.

"Hello campers, I'm your camp counselor Kristen Bell," Bell said in the video before she began reading the book. "I see everyone has claimed their bunk and put up their underwear, so let's begin."

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Camp Hello Bello's daily activities include crafting and storytime.

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"Rule number one, do whatever the [audible beep] you need to do to stay sane," the star said.

She also discussed the difficulties of of parenting while in quarantine.

"Almost exactly one year ago today we created Hello Bello for one reason because parenting alone is hard," she said. "And little did we know how hard it could get, because parenting alone in quarantine is, um, well, it's impossible."

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