We offer weekly camps. Our camps offer the perfect balance between self-directed exploratory play & structured projects that turns summer into an exciting exploration. It nurtures a child’s development by expanding on the basics of life and helping to make connections to the world around them.
These STEM activities will keep little ones busy and teach them the basics of STEM they’ll need to succeed later in life. Our preschoolers might just be the next best engineer, astronaut, or scientist. Let’s explore!
The outside world shapes children’s development through experiences that they have, which include using their five senses-hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch. Drawing a child’s attention to the five senses and discussing them increases understanding of and communication about the world around us. We give children the opportunity to play, learn, and discover in a way that is exciting, hands-on, and developmentally appropriate!
In the summer, many preschoolers and families go swimming at the pool or travel to the beach. We will explore the ocean and beach to celebrate these fun summer days!
Magnet play is one of the simple science activities that kids can experience because magnets are easy to use, and fun! What do you have on your fridge right now? Magnets! Kids will learn what magnets are? What is the magnetic field and what are the ends of magnets called? What is magnetic and What’s not? Hands on learning that is playful,fun and interesting too.
There are so many ways outer space can be a ‘blast’. Stars, moons, and planets are just some of the miraculous things that we can learn about space.
I Scream You Scream, We ALL Scream for ice cream! Who doesn’t love ice cream? Our kids will explore and discover all kinds of fun concepts, dramatic play, art, and much more
There is so much learning that happens on the farm. In addition to learning about all the animals, equipment, and farm activities there will be many opportunities for math, literacy, science, and physical development.
Community helpers are people who work together to make the community a better place for everyone. Kids will learn a list of community helpers and their duties to serve their city or town. This theme will increase their vocabulary, general knowledge and also prepare children with an understanding of how to interact with these community helpers in event of an emergency.
Before we say “goodbye” to the season, let’s have some more fun! We’ll be blowing bubbles, playing in water (or ice), exploring nature, playing outside games, drawing with sidewalk chalk