March Break is awesome at Oak Learners!
Week 1: March 12-16, 2018 (TSDSB, TCDSB, PDSB)
Week 2: March 19-23, 2018
Every day during March Break Camp will be themed, and all activities will be related to that theme. A typical day for all campers includes a morning meditation with yoga elements, fun arts, drama and musical activities throughout the day, and an outdoor adventure trip to a local park or nature trail in the afternoon.
For March Break 2018, our themes are:
Mondays: Animal Rangers (animal yoga, nature walks, art, music, drama)
Tuesdays: Junior Scientists (hands-on experiments, inquiry-based investigations)
Wednesdays: Kids Cuisine (cooking, nutrition, baking)
Thursdays: Maker Mania (mini-“Invention Convention”, engineering, crafting)
Fridays: Around the World through Music (making instruments, dancing, drumming, crafts)
Camp runs from 9am-4pm (Note: Extended hours are available, if needed, for an additional fee)
Healthy snacks are provided. Please bring a nutritious, waste-free lunch, a reusable water bottle and appropriate footwear for walking, as there are elements of outdoor exploration.
Cost: $330 (includes 5-day program and snacks)
To register, please call 416-820-5233 and specify the program and dates you would like to register for.
NEW for 2018: “Be the Change”: Earth Rangers Leadership Camp
Attention leaders and change-makers! Have you ever wanted to inspire other and/or make positive and significant changes in your school or community? Do you have an interest in ecology or just love being outside and learning about nature? Then you’ve come to the right place! This camp offers an exciting mix of hands-on activities and outdoor exploration while learning a lot about conservation and sustainability!
A typical day for the Earth Rangers Leadership Camp attendees includes a morning meditation with yoga elements, an outdoor adventure trip to a local park or nature trail in the afternoon and time to work on their camp-specific projects throughout the day. On Thursday, campers will embark on a field trip (TBA) that has been selected to foster experiential learning and increase their understanding of the elements that have been learned. At the end of the week, campers will have a positive conservation ethic, an increased awareness of the environment and a wealth of ideas for how they can make changes in their own lives.
Ages: Ideal for campers aged 8-12
Fees: $375 per camper (includes 5-day program, snacks and field trip)
Early Bird Rate (closes 02/15/18): $325