Oak Learners offers a unique camp experience designed to engage naturally inquisitive and active children,
All Camps explore the Arts, Mindfulness and Community through activities that have been specially designed to inspire and ignite creativity and confidence in our campers.
Arts & Culture Camps are open for campers ages 4-8 / Youth Leadership Camps are open for campers 9-12.
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It was my son’s first time at camp (he’s 4.5 years old). He absolutely loved it and was a little sad it was over. I loved that they challenged him. Every day was an activity that incorporated art, music, movement, and fun. The teachers were AWESOME and the location is so welcoming. We can’t wait to return next summer. Highly recommended!Jacqueline H.
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rencontrer femme bouddhiste Arts & Culture Variety Camps (Ages 4-8)
Let’s get creative! A typical day for Arts & Culture Camp campers includes a morning meditation with yoga elements, camp songs and games, fun arts and musical activities throughout the day, and an outdoor adventure trip to a local park or nature trail in the afternoon. All camps at Oak Learners include elements of art appreciation and mindfulness.
A Day in the Life at Arts & Culture Variety Camps:
8:30 – 9:00 am Arrival/Free Play
9:00 – 9:30 am Yoga/Meditation/Mindfulness
9:30 – 10:15 am Camp Songs/Games
10:15 – 10:30 am Snack
10:30 – 12:00 pm Art/Music/Drama
12:00 – 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 – 3:30 pm Park/Nature Trail/Outdoor Play
3:30 – 4:00 pm Quiet Games/Dismissal
4:00-5:00pm Extended Day
Youth Leadership Specialty Camps (Ages 9-12)
All Camps explore the Arts, Mindfulness and Community through activities that have been specially designed to inspire and ignite creativity and confidence in our campers. Camper:Staff ratio is 6:1 each week, with a maximum of only 6 campers registered each week. Youth Leadership Camps are open for campers ages 9-12.
A typical day for the Youth Leadership Camp includes morning mindfulness activities, an outdoor adventure trip to a local park or nature trail in the afternoon and time to work on their camp-specific project throughout the day. Towards the end of the week, campers will embark on a field trip that has been selected to foster experiential learning and increase their understanding of the elements that have been learned throughout the week.
Features of our Junior Explorers Specialty camps include:
- Development of artistic expression and appreciation for the arts!
- Exploration of mindfulness and self-awareness techniques!
- Leadership skills development, including building independence and collaboration skills!
- Specialty teachers who are excited to instill a love of learning in our campers!
- Weekly field trips, specially designed to augment the theme of the week!
Camp Weekly Theme Descriptions:
Week 1: Summer Science Explorers: Eureka! Junior Explorers will gain an in-depth understanding of the world around them by engaging in a variety of experiments and hands-on explorations. It’s a week-long experience of discovery and wonder!
Week 2: Lights! Camera! Action!: Attention aspiring filmmakers! This camp will allow Junior Explorers to investigate all aspects of filmmaking from screenwriting, to storyboarding to editing. Family and friends will be invited to a special screening of all camper films on the final day.
meilleur rapport qualit prix site de rencontre Week 3: Adventures in Storytelling: Storytelling in the digital age has come to mean so many different things, but the main aspects of telling a story remain the same: identify the characters, setting and plot. During this week, campers will work together to create and narrate stories in a variety of different platforms.
Week 4: Picture Perfect: This camp has been specially designed for campers who need to scratch the photography itch! Junior Explorers will learn introductory concepts in photography, such as aperture, shutter speed, exposure and composition in order to complete a final photography project. Campers must have access to a digital camera (DSLR is encouraged, but not necessary)
Week 5: Summer in the City: If you have an interest in ecology or just being outside and learning about nature, you’ve come to the right place! This camp is an exciting mix of hands-on activities and outdoor exploration while learning a lot about conservation and sustainability in our community.
Week 6: Adventures in Art & Music: Let’s make music! During this week, campers will explore the connections between art and music, while exploring a variety of genres and instruments and collaborating on musical compositions.
Week 7: Summer Science Explorers: This week is specially designed for the budding scientists and future engineers! Campers will have the opportunity to feed their curiosity, as each day will be filled with exploration and invention. Sci-tech themes will be explored and campers will work towards a special project throughout each day.
Week 8: Future Changemakers: Attention leaders and change-makers! During this week, campers will have the opportunity to explore their own gifts and interests while learning skills that can help them make a positive impact in the world around them.
https://www.citadelrs.com/primerko/2104 Special Notes for all Camps:
Snacks provided throughout the day. Please pack a healthy, garbage-free lunch.
Please send a reusable water bottle and appropriate footwear for walking, as all camps involved an element of outdoor exploration.
All Summer Day Camps run from 9am-4pm. Campers may be dropped off between 8:45am-9:00am and must be picked up between 4:00pm and 4:15pm. Extended hours available if needed for an additional fee.
Our extended day options are: 8:00am-9:00am ($50 per week) and/or 4:00pm-6:00pm ($50 per week). Registration for the extended day is per-week to allow us to plan for regular staffing and supervision.
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All camps must be paid in full at the time of registration. Cancellation requests must be made in writing. All cancellations are subject to a $50 administration fee per camp session and per child canceled. Refunds for cancellations requested within 10 business days of the start date of your child’s camp session are subject to a cancellation penalty of 50% of the total fee. There are no refunds for cancellations requested after the start date of your child’s camp session.
Oak Learners Summer Camps 2019
|Week||Date||you can try here Arts & Culture Variety Camps (Ages 4-8)||Fees||Youth Leadership Camps (Ages 9-12)||Fees|
|1||Jul 2-5||Summer Science Explorers||$260||–||–|
|2||Jul 8-12||Lights! Camera! Action!||$325||–||–|
|3||Jul 15-19||Adventures in Storytelling||$325||Adventures in Storytelling||$400|
|4||Jul 22-26||Picture Perfect||$325||Picture Perfect||$400|
|5||Jul 29-Aug 2||Summer in the City||$325|
|6||Aug 6-9||Adventures in Art & Music||$260|
|7||Aug 12-16||Summer Science Explorers||$325||Summer Science Explorers||$400|
|8||Aug 19-23||Future Changemakers||$325||Future Changemakers||$400|
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