CH 3 & 4

These camps are for any Children’s House 3 & 4 year old child who has completed at least one year of Children’s House at MSR or any non-MSR student ages 3 – 4 years. Please contact us if you have questions.

Early Bird (8am – 9am) – $40 After Camp Cool Down (4pm – 5:30pm) – $60

Week 1: June 10-14

Amazing Athletes (9am – 1pm)
Amazing Athletes uses sports to benefit children physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally. Our program introduces the fundamentals of 9 different sports (soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, football, baseball, and golf), 16 different fruits and vegetables, and 10 different muscles in the body that we use during our sports. Children in Amazing Athletes routinely gain greater confidence, learn to combine fitness with fun, and further develop 7 key motor skills: Balancing, Running, Jumping, Throwing, Catching, Kicking, Bowling.
Amazing Athletes staff ($180)

Adventures in the Deep Blue Sea (9am – 1pm)
Oceans cover more than 70% of the earth’s surface and scientists estimate that only 5% of the ocean world has been explored. That leaves a whole lot of exploration to be done! Come on an adventure to discover the fantastic biome that lies beneath the surface of the waves and prepare to be amazed! We will read stories, play games and make ocean themed crafts.
Babe Clawson ($180)

Adventures in Junior Science (1pm – 4pm)
Campers will be exploring matter – liquids, solids and gases – through cooking, crafts and experiments.
Michelle Gilchrist ($150)

Week 2: June 17-21

The Sights and Sounds of Dr. Seuss (9am – 1pm)
You could not, would not, should not miss our Dr. Seuss camp! Oh, The Places You’ll Go during this fun-filled week! With crafts, activities and games galore, this camp is sure to be a week that your child will remember.
Karen Richards ($180)

Ocean Art (1pm – 4pm)
Dive into the deep blue and learn about all the mysteries of the sea while creating your very own sea creatures. From jelly fish to sharks to sting rays we are sure to have a whale of a time.
Karen Richards ($150)

Week 3: June 24-28

I Dig Dinosaurs (9am – 1pm)
Do you know which dinosaur was nicknamed “long neck?” Do you know which dinosaur had the biggest head? Join us for a colossal journey into the world of dinosaurs. Build a dinosaur replica and have an archaeological dig just like a real paleontologist. Join us for a swamp stomping good time!
Karen Richards ($180)

Exploring Eric Carle (1pm – 4pm)
We will be explore the world of Eric Carle through his books, illustrations and hands on crafts and games. We will focus on some of Eric Carle’s books such as The Very Hungry Caterpillar, House for Hermit Crab, The Grouchy Ladybug, and Draw me a Star.
Karen Richards ($150)

Amazing Athletes (1pm – 4pm)
Amazing Athletes uses sports to benefit children physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally. Our program introduces the fundamentals of 9 different sports (soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, football, baseball, and golf), 16 different fruits and vegetables, and 10 different muscles in the body that we use during our sports. Children in Amazing Athletes routinely gain greater confidence, learn to combine fitness with fun, and further develop 7 key motor skills: Balancing, Running, Jumping, Throwing, Catching, Kicking, Bowling.
Amazing Athletes staff ($150)

Week 4: July 8-12

Buggin’ Out (9am – 1pm)
Sometimes the tiniest creatures make the biggest impact. Children learn about the fascinating insect world by making bug habitats, creating bug-inspired crafts and exploring insects through movement and music.
Cameron Poole ($180)

Holiday Hoopla (1pm – 4pm)
We will explore as many holidays from around the world as we can in one week! Your child will enjoy and learn about global traditions through art, food, games and music!
Cameron Poole ($150)

Week 5: July 15-19

Amazing Athletes (9am – 1pm)
Amazing Athletes uses sports to benefit children physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally. Our program introduces the fundamentals of 9 different sports (soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, football, baseball, and golf), 16 different fruits and vegetables, and 10 different muscles in the body that we use during our sports. Children in Amazing Athletes routinely gain greater confidence, learn to combine fitness with fun, and further develop 7 key motor skills: Balancing, Running, Jumping, Throwing, Catching, Kicking, Bowling.
Amazing Athletes staff ($180)

Come on Down to Seuss Town (1pm – 4pm)
Dr. Seuss is on the Loose! From Cat in the Hat to Green Eggs and Ham even Horton will bring a ‘Who’ if he can! We’ll have so much fun with paint and glue; come along and see what you can do! Join us for a fun filled week full of Dr. Seuss activities, stories, crafts, and more!
Cameron Poole ($150)

Week 6: July 22-26

Space Camp (9am – 1pm)
During Outer Space Week, campers will learn about the solar system. They’ll get to pretend to be an astronaut by decorating their own rocket ship and craft their own stars and planets necklaces and colorful sand art.
Cameron Poole ($180)

Kitchen Chemistry (1pm – 4pm)
Become a kitchen chemist! Learn the science secrets that allow you to transform common ingredients into uncommonly tasty snacks including ice cream, pudding and more!
Cameron Poole ($150)

Week 7: July 29-August 2

Amazing Athletes (9am – 1pm)
Amazing Athletes uses sports to benefit children physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally. Our program introduces the fundamentals of 9 different sports (soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, football, baseball, and golf), 16 different fruits and vegetables, and 10 different muscles in the body that we use during our sports. Children in Amazing Athletes routinely gain greater confidence, learn to combine fitness with fun, and further develop 7 key motor skills: Balancing, Running, Jumping, Throwing, Catching, Kicking, Bowling.
Amazing Athletes staff ($180)

Animal Kingdom (9am – 1pm)
Children will explore animals from many different habitats through stories, games, songs and crafts.
Babe Clawson ($180)

Adventures in Junior Science (1pm – 4pm)
Campers will be exploring matter – liquids, solids and gases – through cooking, crafts and experiments.
Michelle Gilchrist ($150)

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