Summer Fun Camps
We are excited to offer engaging virtual camps for a range of ages.
Links to register are below.
All fees are nonrefundable. In the event that the minimum enrollment is not met and a class is cancelled, monies will be refunded.
Please email with any questions.
Virtual Summer Fun!
Art Camp - Museum Masterpiece
It’s time to create your own “Mona Lisa” or whatever makes you smile! Ms. Nicole (and assistant artist Ms. Camille) will take you on a live Zoom step-by-step 2 session journey to complete your very own portrait painting, fit for a museum or better yet, your own home! On day one, you will share your portrait subject (you or a family member or a pet), then we will talk about composition, proportion and style. We will draw some practice sketches, choose the best and map out our canvases. On day two, we will prepare our paint palettes, talk a bit about color choices and then paint. For the final wrap-up, we will have a group sharing session and “ooh and ahh” over our masterpieces!
Ages: Recommended for rising Grade 3 and up (younger ages are ok, with older helper nearby)
Dates: Wednesday July 8 and Friday July 10
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
At-Home Supplies: a Photo of your portrait subject, Paper (for sketches), 1 Canvas (your choice of size - recommended approx. size 9x 12), Pencil, Black Marker (Sharpie or other), Set of Paints (acrylic is best), brushes (large, medium, small if possible), palette (or sturdy paper plate), Smock (or old shirt), Newspaper (to cover table surface)
Science Camp - Kitchen Science Kids
Turn your kitchen into your very own science lab! Ms. Nicole (and assistant scientist Mr. Owen) will host 2 live Zoom camp sessions all about science (you can play along or just watch along). We will talk about the scientific principles behind each experiment, enjoy observing how things change and asking “why?". Experiments may include Rainbow Rain, Volcanoes, Simple Slime, Ice Sculptures, Sugar Water and more! We will do as many experiments as time allows, at least 3 per session.
Ages: Recommended for rising grade K and up (younger ages are ok, with an older helper nearby)
Dates: Tuesday July 7 and Thursday July 9
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
At-Home Supplies: Ms. Nicole will email a list of basic kitchen supplies (such as bowls, spoon, water, oil, food coloring, vinegar, baking soda, salt, sugar, etc) needed to “play along“.
Let’s Cook and Bake with Ms. Maria
Stuck inside ? Make these precious days at home a time for new learning experiences . Join Our Virtual Cooking Camp this summer with Ms. Maria and keep your child engaged and inspired, all from the safety of your home.
Cooking is so much more than just cooking!!! Cooking with kids provides practical experience with many essential skills such as reading, following directions, creativity and measuring. Getting involved in cooking helps your child to develop fine motor skills, eye hand coordination, and even early concepts of math and science.
Day : July 7, 14, 21, 28
Ages: Rising Kindergarten +
**At-Home Supplies: shopping list with needed ingredients will be sent week before class to ensure time to have supplies**
Virtual Space Camp
During this two-week virtual space camp, campers will help Mission Control locate a spacecraft by identifying the planets the craft has recently passed. Campers will receive a letter in the mail requesting their planetary expertise, and receive their first clue! Once they have researched the answer, campers will email their findings to Mission Control. Campers will receive three additional clues via email from Mission Control, as the astronauts provide information about the next planet they are passing. The program will conclude with a ZOOM meeting to discuss findings and theories. Campers won't want to miss out on this engaging inter-planetary adventure!
Student age range: 2nd-5th grade
Camp Dates: July 20th- July 31st
Email Clue Dates: Wednesday, July 22nd, Monday July 27th, Wednesday July 29th
Zoom Conclusion Meeting: Friday, July 31st, time TBD
Additional information: Campers will be provided a list of reliable online resources so they are able to research the location of the spacecraft. After the conclusion of the program, campers will receive a final letter in the mail from Mission Control, thanking them for their expertise and help in locating the astronauts!