At camp, all projects are hands-on, and kids are free to choose what activity they want to work on. Every day, we hold a morning meeting where the counselors announce what activities they’re doing, and children are invited to add their own activities to the schedule.

 

We provide 8 – 10 activities per day for kids to do. These are ways for kids to learn the basics of making things, and for us to inspire campers to start making their own creations!

 

Children are free to do our activities, play on their own, or work with available materials, like art supplies, LEGOS, machines for taking apart, computers for making animations and games, or electronics.

Activities Include:
  • Science
  • Electronics
  • Robotics
  • Making Computer Games
  • Photography
  • Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream
  • Drawing and painting
  • Music making
  • T-shirt Making
  • Animation

Daily Schedule (Non field trip day)

8-9: Check-in. Campers play on the playground after being checked in.

9-10:30: First rotation—outdoor sports/games.

10:30-10:45: Snack and bathroom break.

10:45-12:15: Second rotation—STEM lesson and project.

12:15-1:15: Lunch and playground.

1:15-2:45: Third rotation—arts & crafts.

2:45-4: Specialty Instructor (Ex. Yoga, Soccer, Chef, Juicing, library)

4-5: All-camp outdoor game.

5-6: Check-out and indoor playtime in the game room with toys, puzzles, cards, etc.

*Rotation order may vary. Campers are put into groups of eight campers and one counselor. Two groups (sixteen campers and two counselors) rotate together rather than having all campers and counselors at each activity at once. This gives campers more space to play and create!