Weekday Nursery School is proud to announce the return of our Summer Camp Programs! Join us this summer for our “Summer Adventure Program”, a creative and enriching program for young children to enjoy the month of July among old friends and new. Throughout the day, campers will enjoy exciting, well-planned activities with daily games, songs, art and music led by established teachers.
Each week of camp is theme centered, energizing, and especially geared to the campers’ ages and interests. Children will participate in group time, enrichment time, snack, and outdoor time. Campers will enjoy daily water play as well as ample time on our amazing outdoor play space and our Nature Trail. Every Friday we will walk to Roosevelt Park and have pizza for snack when we return to Weekday. We are happy to provide a very flexible schedule for parents. You can choose days, weeks or even the entire month of July.
Weekday Summer Adventure is staffed with the same high quality teachers who work in our school during the school year. There will be a CPR and First Aid certified teacher on site at all times.
Please complete the registration form and choose your desired days or weeks
and return it to the office with the $15 registration fee.
Tuition for the Summer Adventure Camp is due in full by June 1st.
Potty training is required before enrolling your child.
We DO NOT allow any “swim diapers” during our water play.
Week 1: June 14-18
Herve Tullet: Press Here
Let’s DIVE into summer with a great author study: Herve Tullet.
Hervé Tullet creates fun activities that share the joy exuded on every page of each of his books. These books invite all the
little readers to play an interactive role in each story focusing on painting exploration, color mixing and other art methods.
Read. Get Painty and Messy…. The perfect balance of learning and self-expression on a summer day.
Week 2: June 21-25
Diane Alber: Sticks, Snippets and Rocks
Diane Alber became inspired to start writing and illustrating books because she saw a need for a book that inspired art
and creativity in children. We will read many of her books to inspire creativity and encourages children to become the best
that they can be! From Scribble Stones to Not Just a Scribble, Splatter and more- we will also explore some emotions
through her “SPOT” series of books that explore emotions that are difficult to explain to children. A special fellow called
“Stick” will be a perfect treat this summer. We will even develop our very own Kindness Snippets Jar!
Week 3: July 6-9
Fossils and Fun
Can I get a ROAR?? We will be archaeologists as we dig up dinosaurs on our HUGE sand pit! This is the perfect
opportunity for future paleontologists to do science in a whole new way. We will focus on dinosaurs and other cool
prehistoric creatures. Hands-on activities, arts and crafts, games, and explorations of Dinosaurs and fossils, children will
discover why dinosaurs are so captivating, and why birds are now considered to be living dinosaurs!
Week 4: July 12-16
Bubbles, bubbles and more bubbles!
A bubble might be a mere puff of air trapped inside a soap and water film but to a small child, it is magical and fascinating,
with its glistening rainbow of colors and peaceful, floating nature. Bubbles are fun to blow, watch and chase…
And fun to explore and experiment with too! We will make our own bubble solution and the possibilities for creativity will
Week 5: July 19-23
Into the wild jungle
Oh,my! Tigers, elephants, and monkeys! Jump on board this week to take an exciting tour through the jungle to learn
about these and other jungle animals, as well as many types of jungle plants. Your children will move like jungle animals,
learn jungle animal names, create jungle murals, and play jungle-themed learning games. Get ready to begin your jungle
Week 6: July 26-30
Ahoy Matey’s: It’s a pirate’s life for me!
Ahoy Matey! Are you ready to walk the plank? Maybe designing your own tiara is more your style? Treasure hunts, eye
patches, crowns and so much more! Fantasy, dress-up, stories, art and the 'Queen's Ball'. This week is sure to have it all!
Week 7: August 2-6
Calling all future engineers! We will spend the week making, tinkering and engineering with the concept of ROBOTICS
through many STEM challenges. Our engineers in training will participate in simple coding, snap circuits, gear painting,
bolt & screw building and exploration, creating Tube-Bots out of recycled tubes and creating loose Parts Robots. Kids will develop problem solving skills while having fun!
I am looking forward to another fabulous summer!
Niki Dial, Director