CH 3 & 4

These camps are for any Children’s House 3 & 4 year old child that 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 11-15

Story Book Island (9am – 1pm)
What are your favorite stories? Curious George? Cat in the Hat? Rainbow Fish? Come to Storybook Island and share in the wonder of stories old and new! We will play dress up and make fun art projects related to the stories we love!
Jill Stafford ($180)

Poki Mindfulness and Balance Camp (9am – 1pm)
What better way to restore balance and focus in a tiny body than by guiding them to relax through yoga, color, music, healthy food, and nature. Poki is Rapa Nui’s (Easter Island) language for children where this idea began.
Rachael Gaunce ($180)

Theater camp (1pm – 4pm)
What’s better than stories? Acting out stories! Experience what theater is all about while playing dress up, face painting, and learning how to make a play. We will perform the play on the last day of camp.
Jill Stafford ($150)

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, you are sure to have a whale of a time.
Karen Richards ($150)

Week 2: June 18-22

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)

Treasure Island (9am – 1pm)
ARGH, Mateys! All aboard! Raise the colors! Batten down the hatches! We’re settin’ sail to search fer Blackbeard’s lost treasure! Campers will explore pirate life through stories, dress up, and art activities. Campers will learn how to be a pirate and choose a pirate name. On the last day of camp, the pirates-in-training will go on a real treasure hunt!!! Where do YOU think the treasure could be?
Jill Stafford ($180)

Theater camp (1pm – 4pm)
What’s better than stories? Acting out stories! Experience what theater is all about while playing dress up, face painting, and learning how to make a play. We will perform the play on the last day of camp.
Jill Stafford ($150)

Growing Up Camp (1pm – 4pm)
Children will have the opportunity to learn about and explore different careers. Much of this camp will be guided by interests of children enrolled.
Kristin Walker ($150)

Week 3: June 25-29

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)

Camping Out (9am – 1pm)
Join us for a fun week of pretending to camp out in the woods. We will learn about camp safety and what to bring on a camping trip. We’ll make our own pretend campfire and telling stories around it! We’ll also do some fun art and games about camping.
Andrea Shapiro ($180)

Red, White and Blue (1pm – 4pm)
What is the Fourth of July? Who is Uncle Sam? Why do we celebrate it? Join us as we celebrate and learn all about the Fourth of July. We will make American Flags, Uncle Sam hats, and firework paintings. We’ll learn some facts about the United States and much more. This will be a fun filled week to get ready for this special holiday.
Andrea Shapiro ($150)

Where the Wild Things Are (1pm – 4pm)
Based on the book by Maurice Sendak, this camp will have activities and crafts that are especially wild and adventurous! We will read the book and explore our own imaginations.
Kristin Walker ($150)

Week 4: July 9-13

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)

Exploring Eric Carle (9am – 1pm)
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.
Andrea Shapiro ($180)

Making Sense of Your Senses (1pm – 4pm)
Campers will explore their five senses by tasting, touching, listening, smelling and looking at the world around them through crafts, activities and interactive games.
Andrea Shapiro ($150)

Wind chimes and Whirligigs (1pm – 4pm)
Take home several examples of this fun, hanging and moving art form. Campers will use wire, sticks, beads, bells and even kitchen utensils to create fun-floating sculptures!
Cameron Poole ($150)

Week 5: July 16-20

Mini Monet (9am – 1pm)
Join us as we explore and learn about many of the most famous artist in the world such as Vincent Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet, Andy Warhol and Pablo Picasso. We will look at their best paintings and create our own versions of those paintings. This will be a very fun and messy week with lots of hands on crafts.
Andrea Shapiro ($180)

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)

Exploring the Ocean (1pm – 4pm)
Dive down deep as we explore the beautiful oceans and the animals that live in them. Each day we will focus on one or two sea animals as we learn lots of new facts about them as well as participate in many sea animal crafts and games.
Andrea Shapiro ($150)

Week 6: July 23-27

Fairy Tales (9am – 1pm)
Castles, magic wands and crowns oh my! Join us for a fun filled week of make believe and lots of fairy tale stories, as well as making up a fairy tale of our very own. We will read some of the most popular fairy tales such as Jack and the Beanstalk, The Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, Humpty Dumpty and many more. It will be a magical week!
Andrea Shapiro ($180)

Super Science (9am – 1pm) [NEW]
Have you ever had the urge to mix a concoction or invent the next big thing? This is your chance to work with other budding scientists and put your brain to the test.
Cameron Poole ($180)

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)

Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1pm – 4pm) [NEW]
It’s everything that goes! Campers will explore planes, trains and automobiles during hands-on learning activities. Each day will be filled with activities that include exploring, creating and singing!
Cameron Poole ($150)

Week 7: July 30-August 3

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)

Animals (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)

Art Attack! (1pm – 4pm) [NEW]
Art Attack camp is designed for kids that love to create little masterpieces of art and get a little bit messy. We will explore different mediums and express our creativity through a variety of fun art projects.
Cameron Poole ($150)

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