AVOID THE SUMMER “LEARNING SLIDE”

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GRADES K-3

Our spin on Summer Camps are uniquely designed with your child’s passions and interests in mind.

We offer both full and half day options to meet the needs of all families. Students staying for both morning and afternoon sessions participate in a 30-minute supervised lunch at no addition cost. Students will need to bring their own snacks and lunches please; we are a nut-free facility.

Full payment is due at registration, and the price includes all materials. We also offer a 10% sibling discount. Use the discount code Sibling when registering the second/third child.

​Need more time at camp? Power Up My Day for an additional $20 (per day) for morning drop off at 7:30 am and afternoon pick up at 5:30 pm.

Balloons & Bubbles Stem Lab

$190
June 5-9 8:00-11:30
July 5-7 12pm-3:30
This STEM class bubbles over with science, engineering and math activities.

There is nothing more exciting than sculpting and engineering with colorful soap foam, and balloons. Kids in this class will enjoy engineering and experimenting with balloon boats, creating underwater volcanoes, exploring geometry by creating different shaped bubble wands, and learning about tensile structures by building 3-dimensional bubble wands and making inverted “tensile” bubbles. This STEM class will prove to engage your kids in rigorous thinking and lots of fun.

Circuit Crafting Jr

$195
June 5-9 12:00-3:30
June 26-30 8:00-11:30

Young engineers will light up when they learn about electric circuitry through hands-on activities and projects.
Kids in this Learning Adventures will learn about electricity, electrical circuits, power and how to light up the world, through hands-on crafting projects that they can light up, add sound, or buzz on and off. Who knows ? This may just spark your child’s desire to become an electrical engineer.

Physics Fun

$195
June 12-16 8:00-11:30
Aug. 14-18 12:00-3:30

In Physics fun, our young physicists will have fun learning about Newton’s Laws of Gravity and forces of motion through hands-on exploration.

This class will increase your student’s science vocabulary & fluency while they learn the scientific method through experimentation and physical experiences. There will be no summer learning loss happening in this highly engaging Learning Adventure.

Rubberband Engineering

$195
June 19-23 12:00-3:30
July 24-28 8:00-11:30

​Kids are naturally born engineers and scientists. There is no fear of failure and they are incredibly inquisitive. Combine these natural traits with a challenge, a goal, the engineering design process, some rubber bands, popsicle sticks, and straws and who knows what can come of it? This is a class where recycling meets engineering. Don’t be surprised if your rubber bands start disappearing around the house.​

Bridges to Engineering

$195
June 12-16 12:00-3:30
July 10-14 8:00-11:30

​Students will learn about the different engineering pathways such as Electrical Engineering, Architectural Engineering and Mechanical Engineering by constructing different projects each day. They will apply math skills and the Engineering Design Process to create and test exciting projects.

Who knows, this could be the spark that propels them to a chosen engineering career.

Projectile Lab

$150
July 5-7 8:00-11:30

​By definition, a projectile has a single force that acts upon it – the force of gravity. Kids in this class will have a blast learning about the science behind projectile motion. They will craft different types of fun projectile launchers and catapults. They will use the engineering design process to improve upon their fabrication to propel their projectile object further. This inquiry-based learning activity will be the type of Learning Adventure they will never forget. You might want to hide the cat. ​

Troll Tales

$190
July 17-21 12:00-3:30
Aug. 14-18 8:00-11:30

Our wee folks will be learning through the magical world of pixies, fairies, elves, dwarfs, and trolls. They will write and publish their own tale, create habitats and other crafts for selected mythical creatures and immerse themselves in their very own folk tale. Immersing a child in story contributes to a greater love of reading and reading comprehension.

Jr. Advanced Minecraft

$190
June 19-23 8:00-11:30
July 31-Aug 4 12:00-3:30

​Craft that diamond pickax and armor up, we’re exploring Minecraft! Venture into the Pocket Edition of Minecraft and mine for your favorite ore, fight zombies, and RUN from the Creepers while learning some essential skills to better survive. Setting traps to keep your homestead safe, building secret doors to hide your treasure, and arming yourself with homemade potions and tools are a few techniques you will learn to stay alive. Have you made your Nether Portal yet? It’s time for adventure!​

Minecraft Math

$190
July 17-21 8:00-11:30

This is the most fun your kids will ever have learning and applying grade-level math skills. Whether you little one struggles with math or is an advanced mathematician, all kids will strengthen their math fluency through this problem-based fun learning. They will apply skills by developing and drawing blue prints, playing math games and solving a problem that Steve will have for them daily. ​No Creepers Allowed!​

Spy Lab I

$195
June 26-30 12:00-3:30
Aug. 7-11 8:00-11:30

Welcome to the eXL Secret Service headquarters where kids will create the types of gadgets, tools and tricks of the Spy trade needed to defeat evil villains through a series of spy challenges. We are talking disguise, top secret decoding of messages and filling a spy case with all the gizmos and gadgets needed. We really can’t tell you more as it is top secret.

Castles & Catapults

$195
July 10-14 12:00-3:30
July 31-Aug.4 8:00-11:30

Damsels and knights will learn about life in medieval times through hands-on exploration of castle building and creating the weapons of mass destruction used to destroy them. Fairy tales, science, art, and history all combine to create a Learning Adventure that they will not soon forget.

Super Hero Science

July 24-28 12:00-3:30
Aug. 7-11 12:00-3:30 $190

“Holy science experiment Batman!” Students in this action-packed Learning Adventure will explore different scientific concepts by examining various Super Heroes super-powers. Not only will kids explore the super hero powers of Batman, Spider Man, Super Woman and Iron Man and the science behind them, but they will be able to discover their own super hero powers and super hero persona that they will be able to rely on when times get tough

GRADES 4-8

Our spin on Summer Camps are uniquely designed with your child’s passions and interests in mind.

We offer both full and half day options to meet the needs of all families. Students staying for both morning and afternoon sessions participate in a 30-minute supervised lunch at no addition cost. Students will need to bring their own snacks and lunches please; we are a nut-free facility.

Full payment is due at registration, and the price includes all materials. We also offer a 10% sibling discount. Use the discount code Sibling when registering the second/third child.

​Need more time at camp? Power Up My Day for an additional $20 (per day) for morning drop off at 7:30 am and afternoon pick up at 5:30 pm.

Flying Machines

$205
June 5-9 12:00-3:30
July 31-Aug 4 8:00-11:30

From DaVinci’s aerodynamic designs to drones. Kids who love seeing things fly will love this Learning Adventure. They will explore aerodynamics through the centuries by making hands on projects they can actually fly outdoors. Our modern-day DaVinci’s will explore the four forces needed to fly; weight, lift, thrust and drag to create and improve upon their aerodynamic designs. We will end this amazing week with the exciting world of drones. They will explore what it takes to make one and have fun learning how to fly them.

3D SciFi Fun

$200
June 5-9 8:00-11:30
July 10-14 12:00-3:30

​​Kids in this Learning adventure will explore science fiction and fabricate innovative responses to their own written and published short Sci-Fi stories. What does it take to write a good science fiction story? We are talking Zombie Apocalypses, robots, androids, alien invasion and more. Students in this Learning Adventure will use a 3-d printer and rendering software to develop their own characters combining creative writing skills with 3D printing. This could have been one of Ray Bradbury’s futuristic dreams!

Mazes & Mousetraps

$200
June 12-16 12:00-3:30
July 24-28 12:00-3:30

Kids will enjoy building and discovering, using the basics of classical mechanics in a playful way. They will learn the history of mazes while they create increasingly complex mazes of their own. They will also learn about the history of Rube Goldberg, the inventor, to design and play their own version of the famous game Mouse Trap. These young innovators will learn about simple mechanics such as levers, the wedge, the screw, pulley, the incline plane, and axle and wheels to construct their own complex mouse trap. Expose imaginative kids to perpetual motion and they will dream up infinite creative possibilities.

Survival Island

$200
June 19-23 8:00-11:30
July 10-14 8:00-11:30

​Survival Island is a class for adventurous inventors. Imagine being stranded on a deserted island with nothing but some common household items and your ingenuity. Students in this fun Learning Adventure will learn how to craft many items that would help them to survive the wild. From homemade compasses to crafted solar marshmallow roasters. Additionally they will learn some orienteering skills with map & compass providing skills they can use for a life-time.

Circuit Crafting

$210
June 19-23 12:00-3:30
July 17-21 8:00-11:30

​Kids in this Learning Adventures will learn about electricity, electrical circuits, power and how to light up the world, through hands-on crafting projects that they can light up, add sound, or buzz on and off. Add some basic soldering and reading of simple schematics and who knows? This may just be the class that sparks your child’s desire to become an electrical engineer.​

Gears & Gadgets

$205
June 26-30 8:00-11:30
July 24-28 8:00-11:30

​In this Learning Adventure, kids will learn how to use their gears to pedal efficiently and maximize the fun as we explore (off-road) on the Westerly Creek trails around Stanley Marketplace. They will build upon their bike handling skills, learn the rules of the road, fix a flat tire, basic maintenance and even more exciting…create a gadget in MindCraft Makerspace to trick out their bike. Adventure, bike skills, and invention. Summer doesn’t get any better than that! ​

Spy Lab II

$205
June 26-30 12:00-3:30
Aug. 7-11 8:00-11:30

Welcome to the eXL Secret Service headquarters where kids will create the types of gadgets, tools and tricks of the Spy trade needed to defeat evil villains through a series of spy challenges. We are talking disguise, top secret decoding of messages and filling a spy case with all the gizmos and gadgets needed. We really can’t tell you more as it is top secret.

LED Fashionista

$165
July 5-7 8:00-11:30

Enter the new and bold world of wearable electronics and fabric crafting. Students in this Learning Adventure will be able to learn how to stitch together hand-sewn, wearable electronics utilizing conductive thread, electronic circuits and LED Lights. Our fashion designers will be able to design and craft wearable fashions and fun plushies they can call their very own.

Dungeons & Dragons

$160
July 5-7 12:00-3:30

In this fun game-playing class players are characters in an ongoing fantasy story. The core of D&D is storytelling. Students in this class tell a story together, guiding their heroes through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring rescues, courtly intrigue, and much more. This is a great way to make new friends and break from your shell to live in a world of fantasy. This type of role-playing supports creative writing and stimulates the imagination.​

Makerbots

$205
June 12-16 8:00-11:30
Aug. 14-18 12:00-3:30

In this Learning Adventure, students will learn about some of the latest innovations in robotics. They will use common household materials, and other easily attainable parts and accessories to construct their own simple robots. No prior robot building experience is necessary. No kits are used in this fun Learning Adventure. Kids make their own fbots from scratch. To increase the excitement, they will be able to create a bot worthy of battle and send it into the ring to challenge other bots. Motors, electrical circuits, buzzers, buttons and LED lights are all part of this makerbot experience.

Tech-Tastic!

$205
July 17-21 12:00-3:30
Aug. 7-11 12:00-3:30

Kids in this hi-tech exploration will be exposed to the world of 3-d printing, Arduino, and Makey, Makey to invent, make, innovate. They will learn the softwares used for rendering/modeling in 3D printing and be able to create some remarkable projects they can boast making. This is an introductory class to some of the most current technologies available. No prerequisite classes needed.

School of Rock Electric Jams

$205
July 31-Aug. 4 12:00-3:30
Aug. 14-18 8:00-11:30

Students utilize circuit boards, alligator clips, microcontrollers and funky recycled materials to create their own musical instruments. Kids will love this unique musical invention camp!

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