This summer join us on a safari adventure at our Indoor Safari Kids Learning Center. Join and experience the wonder and amazement of our large indoor facility. We are offering multiple week-long Safari Summer Camp program in our indoor facility.
This unique indoor safari summer camp will be a fun filled educational experience for children ages 4 to 13 years. Campers will participate in hands-on activities, learning about nature, animals and their environment. They will participate in science projects where they will make solar cars, robots, etc. This will be complemented with crafts, games, stories, projects, music and songs.
We are also introducing children with some of the basic Montessori educational program where younger children will learn to read, spell and write using Zoo-phonics. Zoo phonics integrates all aspects of language arts (phonological awareness, the alphabet, print information and oral language) with math, art, music, science, social studies, nutrition, sensory motor, physical education, grooming and self-care.
Week 1: May 29 to June 1
DISCOVER NATURE (IT’S A WILD AND FASCINATING WORLD FOR US TO DISCOVER)
This week of our camp will be dedicated to learning about nature (plants, animals and their environment). Some of the highlights of this camp will be hands-on projects educating our campers about butterflies (see butterfly metamorphosis up close and witness nature’s most spectacular transformations), and the fascinating world of ants (watch as ants explore, communicate, discover and develop new territories). We would also venture into ladybug land – and watch the small larvae eat and drink from special gels, form cocoons, and emerge as adult ladybugs. We would watch the tadpoles metamorphose into little frogs and learn more about the fascinating world of animals. Make crafts, bird houses and more. Learn about importance of plants in our lives. Learn about gardening and even try to grow herbs and vegetables.
Week 2: June 4 to 8
CULNIERY ADVENTURE (EXPLORING FOOD FROM AROUND THE WORLD)
Put on your chef’s hat and get ready to experience the world from your taste buds. We will measure, mix, blend, beat, or whip up a variety of edible concoctions and learn about food from around the world. This unique culinary adventure will provide a great opportunity for our children in promoting healthy eating habits and creativity while building and reinforcing basic life skills. This program also allows our children to explore and learn about all five senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste). These culinary activities will reinforce the basic knowledge gained in relation to math and language. Besides cooking and tasting food this program will help improve a child’s attention span and memory.
Week 3: June 11 to 15
EXPLORING MUSIC AND DANCE FROM AROUND THE WORLD
During this week children will be exploring their artistic talents. Our young budding stars will travel around the world singing, dancing, drumming, ringing and creating art from many different cultures. A week long activities will be centered on this theme.
Week 4: June 18 to 22
EXPLORING ARTS AND CRAFTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Spark up your creativity and produce your own masterpiece to cherish and enjoy for the lifetime. We will guide you and provide all the materials. Let your creative juices flow to create your masterpiece. We will learn about various arts and crafts from around the world.
Week 5: June 25 to 22
BUDDING ENGINEER’S CAMP
This camp is designed to get your engineering brain cells growing. Children will explore and learn about basic architectural concepts using Lego and other simple building materials. Children will be encouraged to build structures, large or small, and above all from their own imagination. Thinking outside the box, children will design, build and compete in races with their own cars and sailboats. Working cooperatively, they will develop problem solving skills and understand teamwork.
Week 6: July 2 to 6
This week we will be devoting ourselves in learning about our great country – America. We will learn about our history, geography and our culture. We will explore the rich culture of all the 50 states and learn what is significant about each of them. We would make crafts – red, white and blue style. We would learn about popular foods of each state and even try to make some in our brand-new kitchen designed for such activities. It is going to be a perfect way to kick off Americas’s birthday the week of July 4th.
Week 7: July 9 to 13
TRANSPORTATION (CARS, TRAINS, PLANES, SHIPS & ROCKETS)
This week is devoted in learning about transportation. Various age appropriate activities and projects are specifically designed to make it interesting and fun.
Week 8: July 16 to 20
We will introduce our children to the fun of science through simple hands on experiments. They will experience how science works in the real world. Children will learn about electricity, circuits and even build their own working radio. They will be introduced to physics, chemistry, biology, robotics and engineering through simple experiments. We will also be exploring renewable energy – solar and wind power.
Week 9: July 23 to 27
WATER FUN ACTIVITIES (LEARNING ABOUT BEACHES, OCEANS, LAKES AND RIVERS)
This week we will learn anything and everything about water – the reason life exists on our planet. We will learn about various forms of water (liquid, solid and gas), ice and snow, steam and clouds, lakes, rivers and oceans. We have planned a lot of fun activities related with water all throughout this week.
Week 10: July 30 to August 3
DINOSAURS (EXPLORING OUR PAST)
This week we will follow the footsteps of archaeologists and paleontologists to learn about dinosaurs – the giants which roomed the earth millions of years ago. We will excavate dinosaur bones, assemble these bones and learn about these animals. Various other fun activities are planed related with this topic.
Week 11: August 5 to 10
WEATHER (LEARNING ABOUT TORNADO’S, HURRICANES & BLIZZARDS)
We will create our own spinning, twirling, whirling tornado and learn about the awesome force of nature. We will discuss ways to keep themselves safe during these weather conditions. We will make snowman with artificial snow and learn survival techniques during snow storms and blizzards.
SAFARI SUMMER CAMP 2018
Our safari summer camp consists of 11 weeks of fun. We have planned different themes and activities for all the weeks.
5 DAY: $200 per week ($175 if registered before May 25)
3 DAYS: $ 170 per week ($150 if registered before May 25)
Daily Rate: $ 60 per day
HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday to Friday 6:00 am to 6:30 pm.
A onetime $100.00 registration fees is required for the Safari Summer Camp 2018.
Sibling Discount: $10 off the oldest child’s fee. There will be additional charges for field trips.
The fee includes nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack.
HURRY SPACES ARE LIMITED!
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