Summer at Willow
- GRADES: Campers entering PreK(ages 2.5-5) through Grade 8
- TIME: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
- COST: $300 per session, unless otherwise indicated.
Birds, Butterflies & Tie-Dye: Inspired by the artist Alexander Calder, our little campers will collect natural materials on our beautiful campus and use them to craft mobiles, make fun math games, tie-dye and more! These projects will help campers develop fine motor skills, learn basic math skills, and most importantly, encourage team-building and creativity. Teacher: Maggie Grabko FULL!
Mad Scientists: Learn about science through interactive, hands-on activities. Our Mad Scientist program turns children into junior scientists and guides them on a journey of exciting science adventures! Each day, following a theme, we will address different scientific concepts through engaging experiments and discussions. Daily themes include explosions, ooey gooey, and rainbows. Let your child roll up their sleeves and dive right in to a love of science! Teacher: Alexis Smith, Willow teacher
Bugs & Biomimicry: While searching for creatures in Willow’s pond, stream, and meadow, learn about the incredible technology that bugs use to communicate, fly, hop, breathe, navigate, see…and so much more! Copy bug technology in fun, hands-on, and creative science projects to create useful inventions to help the world! Teacher: Marissa Mizeski, Willow science teacher
Stories Under the Willow Tree: Play outside, use your imagination, and get creative! Little explorers will dig in the dirt, play, sing, dance, and make art. On the last day of camp, children will perform for their parents and caretakers. This camp will help your little ones prepare for school by socializing and learning partnership and collaboration. Teacher: Aneta Sakowski, Willow teacher
Little Scholars Builders: Calling all inventors, creators, builders and designers! Come build some awesome creations with us! We will create our own designs and make structures using recyclable materials, Legos and many other interesting items. Skills necessary… none! Skills gained: communication, problem solving, reasoning, developing creativity, and teamwork.
Living Plate Kitchen Lab: