The Lab School invites children ages 3 through 6 to join us this summer to build, experiment, explore and learn while playing with friends indoors and out.

 

Critter Creature Camp (Ages 4-6)      

Led by Master Teacher Monica Shire

Do you love bugs and anything that creeps, crawls and hops? We do! Use your five senses to explore the habitats of worms, bugs, frogs and more! With their trusty explorer’s boxes, campers will examine critters of the great outdoors. From the forest to the creek to the meadow, we will study creatures of all kinds. We will even build a worm farm! We will read books about critters, observe and take data and learn from real “bug doctors”. Get ready to be a zoology explorer!

June 17- July 19 (closed the week of July 1), Monday to Friday, 9am-12pm, Cost: $625

 

 

Nature Explorers Camp (Ages 30 months – 4 yrs.)

Led by Master Teacher Debbie Torbert

What can children learn by splashing in puddles? In rolling down hills? Watching the movement of clouds and tall trees while lying on their backs? Adventures in our meadow, trails, woods, and hills provide opportunities to learn to observe nature up close, wonder, question, imagine, create and build their knowledge of nature. Nature Explorers Camp offers children a world of opportunities to develop a sense of wonder and become explorers and stewards of the natural world.

June 17- July 19 (closed the week of July 1), Monday to Friday, 9am-12pm, Cost: $625

 

 

Read It Again Please! –           I Can Be Mindful 2019 Camp (Ages 3-6) –     Camp is FULL 

Led by Master Teacher Laura Morris

& Camp Leader Alexis Holzmann

Children love being read to and reading aloud to children is one of the best ways to build early literacy skills. In its 5th year, the I Can Be Mindful Summer 2019 Camp will focus on using classic and new pieces of children’s literature to teach and build mindfulness concepts and techniques.  To be mindful means to pay attention to the here and now with kindness and curiosity. It entails learning to bring awareness to our thoughts, emotions, and body sensations as they relate to what we are experiencing in a given moment; learning to approach these experiences with curiosity and to embrace them. Through mindfulness activities children learn to harness and maintain focus by staying present, to engage in creative problem solving and to cultivate compassion for themselves and others. Each day campers will explore these concepts through the lens of characters and experiences found in that day’s read aloud. Activities will be planned to help children make connections and to build the skills listed above.  Camp activities will include daily yoga sessions and other mindfulness-based practices, community field trips, water-day Fridays, outdoor learning experiences, and more.

June 17- July 19 (closed the week of July 1), Monday to Thursday – 9:00 to 2:00; Friday- 9:00 to 12:00, Cost: $850

 

To register, complete the form below (one per child) and submit a $200 deposit (per camp). We accept checks payable to the UD Lab School. You may hand deliver the deposit or you may click here to pay online. 

 

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Camp paperwork and payment in full are due on or before, Tuesday, May 1, 2019. Click here to access paperwork.

 

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