As summer approaches, it’s essential to prepare your child for camp so they can have a fun and memorable experience. Here are a few tips for what you’ll need to pack for Adventures on the Hill—and what to leave at home. Please label ALL ITEMS with your child’s full name. What to Bring Make sure your…Details
Adventures on the Hill is a special place for children ages 3-10 years old to have fun experiences, learn new skills, and build lasting friendships. Here are 9 amazing benefits of attending our summer camp Adventures on The Hill provides a unique learning opportunity where children can gain valuable skills and experiences. 1. The opportunity…Details
Summer camp is an exciting opportunity for a child to have fun, make new friends, and experience personal growth. However, as a parent, preparing your child for it may require some effort to ensure the best possible experience. Here are some tips from Adventures on the Hill to help you set positive expectations and prepare…Details
As we move into 2021, we want to thank all of the families that entrusted the Adventures on The Hill Team with their little ones this past summer. 2020 was a tough year for the world but we have learned a lot and are now more prepared than ever to bring an amazing summer camp…Details
During week 4: Air and Space Explores , we took a journey through space as we explored planes, stars, planets, and learn all about Mars. The children visited the Air and Space Museum this week, did a yoga session with Selene of Mindful Flow yoga, had a pizza party, and did various special activities for…Details
The week started off with a super fun visit from Mary’s Go Round petting zoo to our camp site. The campers at Adventures on The Hill summer camp had a chance to pet, feed, and hug lamas, bunnies, goats, and a variety of other farm animals.
Juiceislife came to visit Adventures on The Hill summer camp DC and teach our campers the importance of the vegetables we grow and the different ways we can consume them. This is all apart of Let’s Plant Our Food Week! The campers had an amazing experience juicing their plants with Mr. Dan of Juiceislife, a premier…Details
Yesterday we visited the U.S. Botanical Gardens. We used the Plant Passports (essentially scavenger hunts) to explore the Conservatory (indoor garden). We also explored the outdoor gardens (Native Plant/ Regional Garden)—there were lots of bees and butterflies to see. Additionally, Bartholdi Garden featured a fruit and veggie garden. The children got to explore, dig, plant,…Details
For the wrap up to public safety week, our campers and Adventures on The Hill Summer Camp had a visit from the United States National Guard. They brought an obstacle course and tanker to Adventures on The Hill and allowed our campers to fully engage in hands on learning experiences with our National Guard.
On Wednesday June 20th, FEMA came to visit Adventures on The Hill Summer Camp for public safety week. The did many hands on activities, drills, and emergency preparedness practice with our campers in Capitol Hill, DC. The children truly enjoyed the activities and drill.