Hours: 8:30 am-5:30 pm
Ages: 5 years old and entering Kindergarten Fall 2023 through entering 5th grade Fall 2023
Price per week: $425
Early Registration Discount: $395 Register before April 1st
$50 non-refundable summer registration fee per child
$120 non-refundable deposit per week per child due at registration for those who register before April 1st, balance of $275 due one week before the program starts.
$150 non-refundable deposit per week per child due at registration after April 1st, balance of $275 due one week before the program starts.
*payment plans available for multiple children/weeks
Scholarships are available! Please contact Tracey Sacco to submit your application, firstname.lastname@example.org!
Daily curriculum blocks are loaded with fun and hands-on enrichment activities that keep students learning all summer long! The remainder of our days will be filled with play, movement, adventure, and creative activities to keep the day balanced with learning and fun! Swimming at Patton Park included in tuition.
All participants come with a water bottle, lunch and 2 snacks as well as swimwear, towel and sunscreen.
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Week 1: June 26-30
Cooking with Ms. Dale
Participants will learn the fundamentals of kitchen safety, filling their plate with nutritious foods, and learn culinary techniques and simple recipes, while making delicious treats and snacks they can also make at home.
Field Trip: New Hampshire Children’s Museum, Dover NH
Week 2: July 4th week, closed
Week 3: July 10-14
Young Scientists: Discovering the Science of Physics and Sound
Visiting Program: Discovery Museum
Field Trip: Discovery Museum: Acton, MA
Under the instruction of the staff of the Discovery Museum, students will explore concepts of force and motion while interacting with a variety of toys, balls, and vehicles. In part two of this program, students will explore the science of sound, creating unique sound makers with everyday materials.
Week 4: July 17-21
Young Scientists: STEAM Creations
Visiting Program: Wicked Cool for Kids
Field Trip: Museum of Science, Boston Ma
Join the STEAM movement – where science, technology, engineering and math collide with ART! Construct kinetic wind-powered sculptures, kaleidoscopes, and crystal solutions. Make squishy dough circuits to wire your own light-up creation and build a hydroponic garden. Get messy with colors, chemicals and creations to create cool rainbow slime, density tubes and sparkling salt crystals.
Week 5: July 24-28
Visiting Program: Buddhaful Souls Yoga
Field Trip: North Shore Children’s Museum, Peabody Ma
Kids Empowered will introduce your child to the beautiful and playful practices of yoga and mindfulness. Our program will be centered around the practice of loving-kindness (metta) to ourselves and all others. This is a camp where kids can be themselves- free from competition and pressure. Through yoga and mindfulness-based activities, campers have fun and they learn skills for reducing stress, fully accepting and valuing who they are, and respecting others.
Your child will come home with a full heart, a nourished body, and a calm mind.
Camp practices/activities include: positive affirmations (mantras), playful breathing exercises (pranayama), yoga postures, partner postures & group postures (asanas), meditation, journaling, games, crafts, relaxation (savasana)
Week 6: July 31-Aug 4
Superheroes in Motion
Visiting Program: kidSHINE OT (https://www.exershinekids.com)
Field Trip: Adventure Ropes Course and Ice Cream at Jordan’s Furniture, Reading Ma
Campers will channel their inner superhero while tackling daily physical challenges and obstacles facilitated by the professional staff of KidShine OT, Rowley, MA. The EXERSHINEKids Power Bootcamp Program is an engaging and creative, theme-based weekly program that helps:
- Build physical strength, balance, and motor planning
- Improve sensory processing skills for increased success in school and home
- Increase confidence and foster a sense of belonging- which enhances social participation and builds friendships
- Learn tools for self-regulation
Week 7: Aug 7-11
Visiting Program: Lego Engineering, Jo-Ann Gorrell
Field Trip: TBD
Students will race robots through a maze, launch balls, and play soccer using a wide range of robots; Cubelets, Hexbugs, LEGO Wedo 2.0, and Dot & Dash. Each day will feature a new game and challenge, as well as time to explore and build independently with robots and hundreds of thousands of LEGO pieces.
Week 8: Aug 14-18
Young Scientists: Oceanography Week
Visiting Program: Whalemobile
Field Trip: Maritime Museum, Gloucester MA
Campers will learn about critters who live in the ocean. They will spend one day examining beach artifacts to learn about what kind of animals inhabit the beaches nearby. At Maritime Gloucester, they will explore both plankton and live animals that would be found in tide pools and shallow waters off MA. Finally, the children will learn about the whales that come here in the spring, summer, and fall using the life-sized inflatable whale, Nile. With each topic, children will learn about adaptations and habitats. They will do crafts, play games, and have fun experiencing all these animals.
Week 9: Aug 21-25
Visiting Program: Lego Engineering with Jo-Ann Gorrell
Field Trip: Legoland Discovery Center, Assembly Row Somerville Ma
Campers will use LEGO motors and gears to build a new LEGO machine each day, including a conveyor belt, elevator, and crazy contraption. There will be time to customize and expand on machines and build creations with hundreds of thousands of LEGO pieces.
Week 10: Aug 28-30
Hours: 8:30 am-5:30 pm
Open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only
Price for 3 day program: $210
$100 due at registration
*Field Trips and weekly activities may change*
For more information, please contact Program Director Tracey Sacco 978-468-4818 x 14 or email@example.com.
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