Our summer program begins on June 11 this year.
Camp activities: 9:00a.m. until 4:00p.m.
Extended Hours: 7:00a.m. until 5:45p.m.
The Summer Camp preschool offers some of the same Montessori experiences as are offered during the school year, but it is a more relaxed “camp” environment. Preschoolers will follow and explore the same weekly themes as the older campers, but they are scaled down and adjusted for a preschooler’s temperament and abilities.
These younger children join older campers for many camp projects and field trips, swimming and picnics.
Preschool Camp is limited to 10 preschool age campers.
The Children’s House Day Camp provides weekly themed activities in a relaxing environment free of competition. Day Camp activities include art, drama, games, recreational swimming, field trips and many outdoor activities. Campers may also participate in the library’s summer reading program.
Day Camp is limited to 25 campers.
This was a big hit last summer! Campers will have the city and surrounding area playgrounds to explore. We will compare and contrast, review and report, and rant the best and the worst places a kid in our city can play.
We’ve combined the best of two of our most popular camp weeks! Campers will explore animal tracks while studying indigenous birds of Indiana
The students set contracts for class attendance with their homeroom teacher to guide their required work, to balance their general work, and to teach them to become responsible for their own time management and education.
Campers will learn about styles of music. They will play guitars, drums, xylophones, and keyboards, creating their own songs. We will wrap up the week with a group performance. (No camp on July 4th!)
This week we will learn about the animals we share our world with, particularly in Indiana. We will visit the Nature Center at Eagle Creek. We will also take a field trip to the Children of Indiana Nature Park, in Centerville, Indiana
This whole week is dedicated to playing sports. We will also spend time learning the rules for various sports, some famous athletes in each sport, and which sports are most popular in different parts of the world. But mostly, we will be playing and winning at all of the sports!
A favorite for many! Campers will learn a wide variety of different games, including, card games, dice games, board games, and video games, during this gaming extravaganza!
We peer into Indiana’s past this week. We will explore important events and notable people from our state’s history, from Eugene Debs to Larry Bird. We’ll discover important contributions Indiana has made to the nation, and we will visit the Indiana State Museum, along with some other historic sites around the city.
Campers will re-purpose trash and recycling items to create a variety of truly original art projects, including musical instruments!
Together, campers will explore the basics of theater, film, and television, and the history of entertainment in the American culture. We may visit art galleries, take in a movie, view a documentary, or watch a live band perform.