Summer Adventures – Curious Creatures (Ages 3-4)
June 26th – July 27th
Led and created by teaching artists in the field of early childhood, this play-based camp integrates drawing, sculpture, dance, movement, theater, and music.
Over six weeks children will strengthen their social-emotional awareness, executive functioning, and communication as they participate in an emergent curriculum centered around story, music, and art and their unique strengths.
- $450 per week
- $340 for weeks with federal holiday (Juneteenth, July 4th)
- $100 off if you register for all five weeks!
Each day will also include snacks and water play in our beautiful and shaded backyard garden. In fact, weather permitting, all activities take place outdoors!
Each week parents will receive a weekly recap of photos and videos of our creative projects, silly dances, and delightful discoveries. Some past projects included creating homes for animals using large blocks, creating instruments out of recycled materials, inventing animal dance moves, and painting birdhouses.
Daily Camp Schedule
- Arrival and Exploration
- Clean Up
- Morning Song and Movement
- Story, Dance, or Performance
- Playful Inquiry/Water Play
- Reflection and Goodbye
This is a drop-off program led by teachers with experience supporting children and families with separation.
Our teachers create a nurturing and safe environment for taking safe risks and approach children with a gentle child-led approach. We aim to be an inclusive program and make space to check in with families about the particular needs, learning styles, and strengths of their children.
Questions? Call 212-242-4770 or email: email@example.com
Brenna Fisher is a social practice artist interested in how artistic expression can be used to foster empathy, connection, and community. Brenna works in drawing, painting, and writing. During the […]
Equally passionate about performing and teaching, Leslie Frost is a composer, pianist, music educator and singer based in NYC. With specific training in music pedagogy through play, listening, and movement […]