Preschool Summer Camps 2023
July 10th-14th ~ Story Spinning
July 17th- 21st ~ Outer Space
July 24th-28th ~ Fairies and Magic
July 31st-Aug 4th ~ A Pirate's Life for me
Aug 7th-11th ~ Abenaki Culture
Aug 14th-18th ~ Animals! Animals! Animals!
Aug 21st-25th ~ Herbal Flavors and Delights
Aug 28th-Sept 1st ~ Wild Child!
To see the tuition rates and to register your child for a Preschool Camp, please download the registration form and send it to email@example.com or mail to ATN Preschool, 170 Cherry Tree Hill Road, East Montpelier, VT 05651
For additional information about our preschool summer camps, please email Mia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 10th-14th - Story Spinning
We all have stories to tell. We love listening to them and telling our own stories as well! We will strengthen our imagination by inventing stories together, and learn simple steps on how to create our own individual stories. Along with making our own books, we will work on acting out our stories too! And ofcourse will have some good old summer fun, swimming, walks, resting in the shade, picnic lunches and popsicles!! Taught by Jessica Goodlin
July 17th- 21st - Outer Space
This week we’ll explore the cosmos! Come learn about the phases of the moon, the reason for the sun, what the heck gravity is, and conduct some other fun experiments along the way. Each camper will be given an observation notebook and a chance to become a real scientist! Taught by Damarah Barr-Smith.
July 24th-28th - Fairies and Magic
Throughout this week-long adventure, we will connect to our inner magic, as well as the magic of nature! We will explore the world of magical creatures through faerie tales, music, meditation, and time outdoors. We will connect to the faeries and our own intuition while meditating with magical stones and crafting flower essences. We will make faerie art and houses from natural and recycled materials. Campers will express themselves with handmade faerie wings, nature crowns, gnome hats, and wands. There will be plenty of time to play, explore, and create amidst the beauty of nature! Taught by Brenda and Madeline Mooney
July 31st-Aug 4th - A Pirate's Life for me
Ahoy, mateys! This week we’ll become pirates, creating our pirate alter-egos, creating costumes, and making treasure maps. We’ll have scavenger hunts, pirate games, and learn the dramatic history of real-world pirates. Taught by Damarah Barr-Smith.
Aug 7th-11th - Abenaki Culture
Kwai Kwai nidôbak (Hello friends), are you curious about the people who lived with this land for thousands of years before the arrival of the Europeans? In this camp adventure, culture and language will come together to create a memorable learning experience. Backpacks that children can carry themselves are required for woodland adventures! Taught by Mia Leonard
Aug 14th-18th - Animals! Animals! Animals!
We all know animals can have a special place in our lives. We will learn about what animals can teach us about ourselves, play animal games,enjoy making animal art, decide what animals we would like to be for the day/week, and have fun with animal makeup! and ofcourse jump in the pool, relax in the shade, enjoy picnic lunches and snacks outside, and just have some good old summer fun! Taught by Jessica Goodlin
Aug 21st-25th - Herbal Flavors and Delights
What better way is there to experience the plant kingdom than with our senses? We will explore the gardens and local flora, looking for patterns, trying flavors, textures, scents, and sounds. Campers will create crafts and herbal delights into child and family friendly forms. Teachings are grounded in safety and respect. Taught by Adrienne Allison
Aug 28th-Sept 1st - Wild Child!
Embody the wild, and embrace nature. We will enjoy forest trails, nature crafts, survival skills, and cooking with wild edibles. Campers will create magical herbal medicines to bring home. Teachings are grounded in safety and respect. Taught by Adrienne Allison