Sure, summer is a time where kids can sleep late and play all day if they want. But it’s easy to slip a little sneaky learning in when it’s as fun as these Education Camps! There’s also a wide variety to choose from that covers everything from chess to robotics to new languages. How cool would it be to head back to school in August even smarter than when you left?
Be sure to visit our 2014 Summer Camp Guide for even more options!
Mind Your Manners
FANCY THAT, ETC.
Ages 4 years – rising 4th graders
We live in a fast-paced world. Boys and girls are involved in so many activities today, that teaching good manners takes a back-seat to everything else. The manners classes offered are designed to give them confidence in most any social situation. The material covered will be age appropriate and is designed to grow with your child. Remember – Manners Matter!
Build a City
Ages K-8th Grades
Join us for the most enriching summer camp experience available! Camps at MindGear this summer include LEGO city building, stop-motion animation, Minecraft, young entrepreneurship, and video game development – and that’s just a few! Early drop off and late pickup is a convenient option for working parents. This awesome place also has a great maker space for young inventors, as well as classes for adults.
Explore ALL the Nature!
BURRITT ON THE MOUNTAIN
Ages Rising 1-6th grades
Burritt camps are back to provide your child with a summer full of learning and laughter! Each week of camp revolves around a different theme. These camps are open to children who have completed grades K-5 and are led by Burritt’s CPR-certified staff. Each camp day runs from 9:00 to 2:00 and is a great program for your budding naturalist.
For the Eclectic Mind
Ages 3-14 years
Join us at Solomon’s for small groups of five or less children per camp. Jump into the world of adventure through a wide variety of topics including: Fancy Nancy, Edison and electric circuits, food science, Middle Ages, rainforest, Civil War, farm, zoo, circus and math challenges.
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