Seven one-week summer camps for boys and girls ages 5 - 13
Drop off: 7:30-8:30am Pick up: 5:30-6:00pm
Location: Taylor Hall, Parking Lot A (corner of Tucker and Forsyth Roads
Weekly cost for one camper: $195
7-week cost for one camper: $1,160.25
Discounts available for multiple children in the immediate family.
Playing is how children enter a subject and make it their own. This guiding principle will be at the heart of each week’s content. The overall theme for our camp is learning through play. Each week campers will be tinkering and playing within various themes. The inclusion of interactive tablets and app-based technology on a weekly basis will allow campers to apply newly learned skills in fun and innovative ways. You don’t want to miss these unique learning opportunities!
The camp operates on a positive house-based model where each participant will become part of a caring and supportive group of peers all driven to achieve positive goals and bond under a common theme. Weekly team building experiences will create powerful connections to help promote positive self-esteem and participation. Daily classes in physical education, technology, art, and theatre will develop gross and fine motor skills in conjunction with the weekly academic themes and lessons.
Weekly focus/content of instructional blocks:
Select the one-week experience (or as many as you like) that you think your child would enjoy or send them for all seven weeks.
Please note… There will be a one-week break during the Fourth of July holiday week.
Make it a SUPER summer and be your own hero as Kid’s College merges some of the talents and skills of your favorite Super Heroes into academic and STEM based challenges! With the inclusion of the Seven Habits of Effective Students embedded throughout the camp, this is shaping up to be the best summer ever!
(JUNE 4-8) Elements of iron, structures, magnetism, and more will be discovered as we explore this fascinating metal. Habit 2---Begin with the end in mind.
(June 11-15) Create some unique bat themed devices; learn about sonar location and of course…we’ll be learning about BATS! Habit 5---Seek first to Understand.
(June 18-22) Exploring emotions, all things GREEN, and what makes things STRONG! Habit 4---Think Win-Win
(June 25-29) Shields, the military, and American pride will prevail in this fun-filled week! What better way to head into our 4th of July break? Habit 6---Synergize
(July 9-13) We’ll be exploring Holograms, big cats, and all things Africa this week! ‘Show them who you are! ‘
(July 16-20) All things spiders will be the focus this week…developing webs and identifying spiders will perfect your ‘spidey sense’ for sure! Habit 1---Be Proactive
(July 23-27) What do you ‘wonder’ about? We’ll get into some creative writing and explore the 7 Wonders of the World! Maybe even learning to choose kindness as a Super Trait! Habit 3---Put First Things First
For more information, contact Hannah Doan at email@example.com or (478) 757-5233, or register below.
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