Friday, July 29, 2016
12:45 PM - 2:45 PM
Parents are invited to join campers on the field and participate in activities. Events include: dunk tank, giant bubbles station, glitter tattoos, gaga, Aqua 5-in-1 and water slide inflatables, Extreme Air Jumper, sprinklers, selfie station, and Kona Ice.
Kreative Kangaroos (Unit K)
- Kreative Kangaroos must be four years old by September 1, 2016 and will be entering a PK program in the Fall 2016.
- The Kreative Kangaroo program is one six-week session offered from June 27 - August 5, 2016.
- Campers must be toilet trained prior to starting camp.
To promote a nurturing environment, we keep the activity groups small—typically six children. Campers are introduced to the wonders of summer camp. The camp day is a creative mix of indoor and outdoor activities and a balance of free choice and structured time. During the morning each camper fills his/her activity period with an activity available in the classroom or one from a Special Subject. Each week features a different theme (Sports, Under the Sea, Outer Space, etc) and campers rotate through four theme related activities which change each week with the new theme. Campers have instructional swim in the camp pool five days a week. Our certified instructors accommodate each camper based on his/her level of comfort in the water.
The Unit is led by a Unit Leader with a Head Counselor, one counselor, one CIT, and one student service learning counselor assisting. A counselor will accompany his/her group throughout the camp morning to ensure continuity for the children. Campers bring a lunch daily; a healthy snack, milk, and water are provided. The lunches are not refrigerated. We also offer hot and cold lunch selections delivered to camp through the Smart Lunches program at www.smartlunches.com.
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Campers embark on a musical journey into exploring rhythm and melody and creating new songs of their own. We start by learning to sing and move to a song, and then isolate specific parts to use in creating new compositions of our own. Campers enjoy creating rhythms to play with different instruments and making their own melody patterns. Campers have fun playing new rhythms on different instruments and forming a band with overlapping rhythms. On the rhythmic front, campers used three different percussion instruments in groups to create a rhythm ensemble that included different patterns that all fit together into a unified whole. Being part of a group like this is a wonderful way to experience the music and see how each member adds to the whole!
The Kreative Kangaroo room opens right onto a playground featuring a large sandbox, a ship to climb on, and extensive play areas with swings, several play houses, and numerous climbing structures and slides. It is shaded, too!