Summer Sale! All classes have been reduced to $150 each for the month of July. There’s only room in one more, our Super Scientists the week of August 5. We are so excited about these programs! In addition to our veteran teacher, Debbie Smith, we welcome our teacher-intern employees, Erin Lafferty and Kara Conlon. All three are eager to apply their fresh expertise and love for kids. We came up with a variety of content that focuses on the arts and science. Email EllenatTOP@gmail.com with any questions. All classes are most appropriate for children ages 5-8.
The camps are all afternoon half-days, Monday thru Friday, 12:30-3:30. We will break for a healthy snack. Arriving at noon or staying till 4 is available for $5/half hour and can be scheduled that week. One week is $200/ child. Discounts applied when registering for two camps or for 2 siblings attending the same week. Full week registration is required to maintain continuity for the group. We cap at 10 kids per camp so every child gets proper attention.
SOLD OUTAugust 5-9 Super Scientists for For our Playhouse friends who are admirers of all things science. Campers will experiment their way to discovering their inner scientist, loving the wonders of science and nature. We’ll incorporate the Scientific Method to reinforce prediction, observation, and analysis skills, important practices for a true researcher.
SOLD OUT August 19-23 Exploring Cultures through Arts Integration Campers will “travel” the world and explore cultures through visual arts, music, theater, and dance. They will make real-world connections as they compare foreign cultures to our own through a variety of activities that promotes problem solving. Arts integration challenges kids to be creative thinkers and and takes away the limitations of identifying a single solution to a problem.
SOLD OUT August 26-30 Portrait of an Artist Each day we will explore a well known artist or art form. We’ll share visuals of their art and explore their medium. Our campers will become artists, as they create their own masterpieces. Come learn about Dale Chihuly and his amazing creations from glass, the Japanese art form of Gyotaku fish painting, and Georgia O’Keefe’s fabulous flowers. We’ll also design our own pieces of artwork after learning about Kandinsky and his circles, as well as others who have encouraged free exploration of color. There will be lots of opportunity for creativity during this fun filled week.