Part time rates available upon request Camp-Only students will be accepted for ages 3–6.
BEFORE CAMP CARE
7–8:30 AM (Available for all campers)
AFTER CAMP CARE
3:30–6 PM (Available for all campers)
(Available for all campers)
Camps will have access to our state-of-the-art splash pad each week!
Each camp will have age-appropriate activities for your child's age group
May 30–June 2
ON THE GO
This is a 4 day camp due to Memorial Day
0–6 YEARS: It's time to get going! Children will be transported to the world of all things on the move. This camp about planes, trains, and automobiles will use tactile materials to find out what makes them move. Children will experience, and hear stories about, many modes of transportation. Next, they will create their own with art supplies and their imaginations!'s time to get going! Children will be transported to the world of all things on the go. This camp about planes, trains, and automobiles will use tactile materials to discover what makes vehicles move. Children will encounter, and hear stories about, many modes of transportation. Afterward, they will use their imagination and art supplies to create their own!
7–12 YEARS: The students will explore the history and mechanics of the vehicles of today. We will create a timeline highlighting the progress from invention to modern transportation.
UNDER THE SEA
0–6 YEARS: Children will enjoy learning about sea creatures, how oceans move, and ways we can save our oceans as they join our Wonderland Divers to explore the wonders of the sea. As your young explorer travels the seas, your young explorer will engage in hands-on activities, crafts, and dig deep into how ocean animals move, eat, and interact with one another.
7–12 YEARS: Students will learn about the formation of coral reefs and the beautiful ecosystems beneath the sea. They will research their favorite tropical animal and make a shoebox habitat to showcase to their classmates.
COOKING & GARDENING
0–6 YEARS: This week focuses on educating children about food, nutrition, gardening, and food culture in a fun and interactive way. The week culminates with a picnic prepared by the children, where children will learn where their food comes from, what they enjoy, and how food nourishes their bodies.
7–12 YEARS: In this week's class, students will learn about food, nutrition, gardening, and food culture in a fun and interactive way. In addition to following recipes, students will practice math skills as they double or half them. Each day, we will learn different cooking techniques, and students will come home with their own cookbook at the end of the week.
AROUND THE WORLD
This is a 4 day camp due to Juneteenth
0–6 YEARS: As your camper embarks on an adventure around the world, wish them bon voyage! They will learn about well-known landmarks, various flags, regional animals, national cuisines, music and instruments, and different cultural aspects of different countries. Make sure their passports are up-to-date, time to go!
7–12 YEARS: The students will have fun doing a variety of art activities inspired by other cultures and sample some tasty treats as they learn about food, culture, history, and economic resources of their chosen country.
0–6 YEARS: Our class will learn about community helpers who provide us with safety, transportation, building, health care, farming, and cooking. We will explore vehicles, uniforms, and tools used in some professions, and become more familiar with these everyday heroes. Students will find that each of us has helping hands. We will discuss the ways in which we can help others as well.
7–12 YEARS: The students will explore what it means to be a civic helper and will create a service project that will benefit their community. Together they will discover how to help others, and use their current skills set to become an everyday hero.
FOURTH OF JULY
Camp not in session July 4
0–6 YEARS: There will be many patriotic activities for children, including flags and star-spangled art! We'll engage in a science activity to discover more about fireworks, and prepare red, white, and blue foods to mark Independence Day. A fun, festive parade will be held for children to celebrate the 4th.
7–12 YEARS: This camp will introduce campers to the history of the United States and the importance of the Declaration of Independence. The students will discover the history of the national anthem and flag. We will complete patriotic art projects together and explore the science of fireworks through fun experiments.
0–6 YEARS: The week will be filled with physical activity and games based on the Olympics. This week will be fun and inspiring as they learn about the history and culture of this worldwide competition, and they will hear stories about famous Olympians who overcame great odds to achieve their goals.
7–12 YEARS: The week will be filled with physical activity and games based on the Olympics. This week will be fun and inspiring as they learn about the history and culture of this worldwide competition, and they will hear stories about famous Olympians who overcame great odds to achieve their goals.
IN THE WILD
0–6 YEARS: The focus this week will be on animals and their habitats. You will discover the world of backyard birds, observe insect behavior, create art inspired by mammals, discover the life cycle of amphibians, and explore the depths of the ocean to learn about sea creatures. This animal adventure is not to be missed!
7–12 YEARS: Through games and activities, campers will gain an understanding of carrying capacity, adaptations, and food chains as they study a variety of animals.
0–6 YEARS: Children's literature will serve as a source of inspiration for students this week as they explore art techniques and themes! Students will hear a story and use it as inspiration to create their own unique art. The children's work will be displayed in the art gallery at the end of the week. The exhibit will be open to parents, and their children's masterpieces will be available for purchase.
7–12 YEARS: Students will study famous artists and their most notable works, and then practice their style as they create their own masterpieces. This camp culminates in your student binding their own portfolio.
July 31–August 4
0–6 YEARS: Through Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math projects and activities, your child will develop critical thinking skills and problem solving skills. The use of STEAM activities allows children to bring advanced concepts to a comprehensive understanding and practical application by building a framework.
7–12 YEARS: Through Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math projects and activities, your child will develop critical thinking skills and problem solving skills. The use of STEAM activities allows children to bring advanced concepts to a comprehensive understanding and practical application by building a framework.