Science Technology Engineering Art & Math
Preparing students for the careers of the future
Summer activities in a fun, inspiring, and nurturing environment for children 6-14 years old.
Summer STEAM Week 2: June 18th-22nd - Growing Minds
Morning Program Runs: 9:00-1:30 M-F
Afternoon Play Program: 1:30-3:30 M-F (must be enrolled in morning program)
Weekly cost for morning program 9-1:30: $185
Weekly cost for afternoon play program 1:30-3:30: $50 for M-F or $15 per day.
Special discount pricing for siblings and multiple week enrollment. Contact us for more information.
LEGO: Grade school students will build and design machines with LEGO Motorized Mechanisms.
Middle school students will build LEGO EV3 Engineering and Coding projects
Gardening: Learn planting techniques and tricks like what plants attract birds and butterflies and the benefits of companion planting.
Transplant seedling to larger pots.
Participants will take their own transplanted 4" plants home to care for throughout the summer.
Environment and Art: Nature walks and Plant identification. Identify plants by their leaves. Leaf art projects. Bug Art, eww! ;-)
Survival: Children will work in groups, with a guide, to create a water filtration system.
Food: Yummy snacks from around the world. Try a new food challenge.
Graphic Design: Logo design. Turn natural elements into digitized graphic art.
Games around the world: Children will learn several fun and challenging games played throughout the world.
Morning and afternoon snacks are provided, gluten and dairy free options will be available, but Please pack your child a lunch each day.
We strive to maintain Low Ratios which means lots of attention for each participant!
Children will have opportunities to work together in small and larger groups. For certain activities like LEGO builds, children will be grouped by grade/ability/interest level.
All professional Summer STEAM leaders are experienced in childcare and child education, and all have gone through DOJ and FBI background checks.
Our diverse group of leaders have a wide variety of professional specializations that they are excited to share. They include multiple fields of science including biology, chemistry, physics, nutrition, environmental studies, and computer sciences. Multiple visual and performing arts areas are also represented within our staff like drama, cartooning, anime, ceramics, drafting, graphic design, painting, dance, music, and much more! All leaders have many applied skills like woodworking, craftsmanship, metalworking, cooking, and engineering, just to mention a few.
More about other Summer STEAM Camps:
This week will focus on building projects with LEGOs, woodworking, fort creation, compost making, and, best of all, friendship building! Gardening, art projects, computer design, and games will be mixed in throughout each week.
Week 3: Everyone's a Character
Make animated characters with computer programing, make moving characters with LEGO robotics, sculpt impossible characters with clay, we'll even make fun characters out of snacks. To wrap it all up, children will put on a play to show off their amazing character.