Summer Camps will run from June 4th-July 28th
Movement and Language
This program is full of language, sensory and motor to keep kids engaged and excited about learning. The thematic based activities are sure to entertain! Kids will participate in circle time, snack, fine & gross motor activities, music & movement, and sensory & social activities. Participants must be able to tolerate a 3-hour group setting with goals that include following a group plan and strengthening social skills.
• 2-4 year olds-Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30-11:30
• 4-6 year olds-Tuesday and Thursdays from 1:00-4:00
• 5-7 year olds-Tuesday and Thursdays from 8:30-11:30
Calling all picky eaters. We will explore and dissect foods and a variety of other ‘tactile sensory materials’ to encourage children to experiment and have fun with food and different textures.
• 2-5 y/o Monday & Wednesday 11:30-12:30
• 5-8 y/o Tuesday & Thursday 11:30-12:30
Music makes us want to move! This sensory rich environment stimulates our brains with multisensory activities to aid in our learning. This group is great for kids to learn to participate within a group as well as attend to a lead teacher.
• 2-5 y/o Friday 8:00-9:00
In this program, kids will explore and create masterpieces using their five senses while working with peers. The skills that will be targeted include flexibility, reaction size and cooperative work. We will be constructing and creating using tactile sensory based materials to make new things while promoting imagination and teamwork.
• 5-8 y/o Monday 2:30-4
• 7-11 y/o Friday 10:30-12
This program will use the Social Thinking and Zones of Regulation curriculum to improve emotional awareness and teach regulation strategies. During social interactions and activities, campers will have the opportunity to generalize these skills participating in fun and engaging activities.
• 5-8 y/o Mondays & Wednesday 1-2:30
• 7-11 y/o Fridays 9-10:30
Minute To Win It Social Group
This program will focus on social interactions with peers while enjoying age appropriate games and activities. Targeted activities will provide campers with the opportunity to improve executive functioning skills, team work, flexibility and perspective taking. Executive function skills are vital to social success as they allow you to manage time, attend, plan and organize, remember details, multitask and regulate emotions. This will be a fun environment to strengthen and generalize these higher level social skills.
• 10-14 y/o Mondays 4-5:30
• 7-11 y/o Wednesdays 2:30-4:00 • 5-10 y/o Fridays 12:30-2