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Weekly Themes

Ages 5- to 12-years old

Summer day camps at the St. Charles Children’s Learning Center put fun into your child’s summertime and allow parents to continue to work on their own educational, career, and family-related goals.

Each program engages, educates, and entertains through hands-on activities provided in a safe, caring environment where students feel free to explore.

Weekly themes chase away school-year doldrums by helping students test the boundaries of their knowledge, discover fascinating facts and new areas of interest while realizing their learning potential and making life-long friends.

Day Camp 2019 Weekly Schedule: 

Camp Dates

Camp Theme

Brief Camp Description

June 17-21

Wood Work Week

Campers will have the opportunity to work with their hands creating 3-D projects that they can take home with them. We'll be experimenting with structures, tools, and decorations to have a challenging, hands-on week!

June 24-28

Paint Week

Campers will be able to explore different types of paint and texture techniques to create unique works of art - using tools and imagination to find inspiration. We'll focus on practicing fine motor skills and our ability to experiment with different combinations to make memorable art pieces.

July 1-3*

American History Week*

*CLC will be closed Thursday, July 4th, and Friday July 5th in observance of Independence Day

This week we will be looking at the lives of the people who founded our country. We'll be trying to find new information about how different life was in the 1700's, and learning about historical events that shaped the way our country came to be.

 July 8-12

Under the Sea Week

There are lots of mysteries under the sea - and lots of beautiful things that need protecting! This week campers will create some aquatic inspired art. We'll be reusing and recycling plastic and other dangers to the sea to send an awesome eco-warrior message, AND we'll be making a difference.


July 15-19

  Puppet Week

This week is all about live entertainment. We'll find our inner stars to create and perform a puppet show for the rest of the center. We'll focus on parts of a story, creative character construction, and teamwork to put on some awesome pieces of performance art!

July 22-26

Cooking Week

Campers will take science to the kitchen to make some awesome treats for the whole center. We'll measure, mix, and decorate our way to some really creative cooking - while working on numbers, life skills, and taking pride in our work. This week we'll have our cake and EAT IT TOO!

July 29-Aug. 2

 Gooey Science Week

This week is all about slimy, sticky, and stretchy experiments. We'll be creating our own mad science lab to experiment with different ingredients and how they react together. We'll focus on getting messy and testing any ideas we can - challenging our critical thinking and scientific mindsets!

August 5-9

Move It Week

This week campers will have a chance to exercise their bodies through sports, dancing, yoga, swimming, and lots of movement! We'll get active and get our bodies moving, work up a sweat, and explore different ways to keep ourselves healthy.

August 12-16

Jungle Week

This week is about using our imagination and learning about the animals of the jungle. We'll be tying in lots of information about food cycles, ecosystems, and awesome animal features. We'll use our minds to take a trip to the Amazon, and get to know some of its inhabitants.

August 19-23 

Author's Week

This week is about our creative writing process. We'll start getting ready to go back to school with writing practice, parts of a story, and writing our very own books. Campers will have the opportunity to read their books to the preschool classes and take them home as their own keepsake this week.

August 26-29**

S.T.E.A.M. Week**

**CLC will be closed Friday, August 30 for a Staff Professional Day

For the campers' final week, they will have the opportunity to engage in some S.T.E.A.M. based challenges - using critical thinking, analysis, problem solving, and creativity as their tools. We'll have tons of bridge building and simple machine making challenges that campers will use to get their minds ready for the school year to come!


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