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Course Description

Week 1: 6/19-6/23
Blast into Outer Space (9:30 am-11:30 am)
5-4-3-2-1- Blast off! Let your little astronaut explore space with us this week. Fun books will be used to teach your child about planets, stars, the moon, and more! They will explore space play dough, “moon sand”, and make their own alien goo and space slime! Each day will be filled with fun games, crafts, and activities that help us explore space.

Junior Zoologists (1:00 pm-3:00pm)
Become a Junior Zoologist as we explore all things animals! In this camp, you will be introduced to exciting animals from the world around us. We’ll learn about their lives, their homes, the important roles they play in nature and how to figure out what animals might be living in our own backyard! The program will include hands-on activities to complement what we learn, while arts and crafts time will provide fun and creative opportunities to make take-home projects.

Week 2: 6/26-6/30
It is Elemental (9:30 am-11:30 am)
Get down to the basics exploring the elements! Your budding chemist may enjoy attending a chemistry camp through experiments; chemistry camps help kids connect real-world situations with science. Campers learn the fundamentals of chemistry and laboratory safety. Learn what makes a volcano erupt, or make your own bottle rocket through knowledge of chemical reactions. Campers will create several other wacky, wild and crazy concoctions!

Energy Story (1:00 pm-3:00pm)
Energy is one of the most fundamental parts of our universe. Students will explore different forms and sources of energy and how they work.

Week 3: 7/03,05,06,07
Celebrations
In life, there are so many things to celebrate. This week we do them all including one of our favorites – Early Independence Day. Come to camp prepared to celebrate birthdays, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day and all the others!!

A-E Alphabets & Etiquette in Actions
School’s out! Now is the time kids head off to summer camp.
We do not live alone on a desert island like Robinson Crusoe. We live with other people, and good manners help us all get along. Etiquette & Life Skills are taught in engaging and memorable ways during this 5-day summer camp! Both social and dining skills are incorporated.

Week 4: 7/10-7/14
Jr. Entomologists
Calling all Budding Bug Enthusiasts … BUGS ARE COOL! We will have a terrific week being junior “entomologists”. We will study some of the more familiar insect friends and learn some unusual ones as well. There will be art and sensory activities as well as stories. We will sing “buggy songs” and enjoy other literacy experiences. We will make our own ‘bug houses’ and go on some bug hunting adventures.
F-J Alphabets & Colorful World of Eric Carle
Calling all Budding Bug Enthusiasts … BUGS ARE COOL! We will have a terrific week being junior “entomologists”. We will study some of the more familiar insect friends and learn some unusual ones as well. There will be art and sensory activities as well as stories. We will sing “buggy songs” and enjoy other literacy experiences. We will make our own ‘bug houses’ and go on some bug hunting adventures.

Week 5: 7/17-7/21
Med School: Body Beautiful
Our Med School series camp programs will bring medicine, science and the importance of health to children in an entertaining, exciting and fun way. The human body is an amazing machine. Learn more about it through movies, crafts, articles, and more. Read some fun human body facts for kids and find out more about bones, skeletons, eyes, blood, muscles, the brain, heart and much more. Children will love the cool information featuring weird did you know facts, crazy trivia, funny truths and other interesting information that will help them learn about the amazing beautiful human body.

K-O Alphabets & Rhythm and Rhyme
“Get Loose with Mother Goose” Rhymes are an introduction to children’s literature and are found in many cultures throughout the world. Mother Goose verses are classics and excite a young child’s auditory mode and help to promote good listening skills, a prerequisite for beginning reading and writing. They are short and filled with action! A true treasure not to be forgotten!

Week 6: 7/24-7/28
Wacky Science
Become a wacky scientist by joining us for a week of weird, crazy, and mysterious experiments. Learn how to combine everyday items to create amazing reactions and conduct edible experiments. This is a fun way to get started in science.

P-T Alphabets & Dr. Seuss-Ville
Come discover the exciting and colorful world of Dr. Seuss with us! Campers can enjoy a week-long of quirky fun as we dive into some of Dr. Seuss’ most notable, well known stories. Each day of the week we will focus on a different Seuss masterpiece. So come one, come all, as we explore these amazing Dr. Seuss stories in a camp where we get to learn and have the time of our lives!

Week 7: 7/31-8/04
Disney Jr. Camp
Do any of these friends sound familiar…. Miles from Tomorrowland, Sofia the First, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, and Sheriff Callie? If you love Disney Junior, then this camp is for you. We will be going on some great adventures with some of our favorite characters. We will have special games, toys, and crafts that will put us right into our favorite Disney Junior episodes. From Sofia’s amulet, to solving a problem with Mickey and his friends, each camper is sure to have a blast-tastic good time celebrating all things fun!!

U-Z Alphabets & Once upon a Time–Story Telling
There are so many stories to be told! And who better to tell them than the children who hear them every day? Our activities will include choosing

Week 8: 8/07-8/11
Spy Kids
You are a spy and you have a mission! But the first you need training……Beat boredom this summer by doing a spy school summer camp! Explore forensic science, learn finger printing and join the CSI team! At end of the week, the campers will receive the spy certificate and become a secret agent.

Time Travelers
Each day within this week, we will travel back in time, into the future and everywhere in between through activities, games and research. However, the first all, we will design our own time machine first! Having fun and let us travel together!

Week 9: 8/14-8/18
Lil’s Chef Cooking Camp
At Lil’ Chef Cooking Camp some of our youngest chefs get to learn all about the world of cooking!!! We are going to make main dishes, appetizers, and of course the greatest desserts on the planet. Campers will get to help make recipes and learn all about measuring tools that are used to create our meals. We will decorate some pretty tasty treats as well as work on our weeklong cookbook. If your child loves to help you out in the kitchen, then they are going to love cooking with us at Lil’ Chef Cooking Camp.

Great Scientists and their Inventions
It’s not just Greek mythology that tells tall tales about heroes. The annals of science and technology are filled with accounts of similar tales of dedication and bravery. Except, the heroes in the latter are very much real.
Mankind would not have progressed to the zenith of advancement it currently enjoys if not for the tireless work of these heroes. Here’s a brief sum-up of the Pantheon of science and technology. Kids will learn about some of the most important scientists and inventors who, through their inventions, have made the lives of scores of generations a lot easier.

Week 10: 8/21-8/25
Magical Garden & Campus Explorer
We are going to enjoy the soil and see what we can grow. Children will get to decorate flower pots, plant seeds and seedlings, as well as enjoy gardening related music and stories.

Summer Send-Off–I am going to Kindergarten now
Cool Down with a final farewell. Come join your friends for a final week of fun, games, and memories that will last a lifetime.
While having fun in this week, each day we also will focus on different skills that your child will need for starting kindergarten- writing their name, learning their letters, numbers, colors & shapes, and of course using their imagination for art! Kindergarten is awesome and our camp will give your child a glimpse of what is to come.

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