Our day at SK-PreK begins as it does at Summerkids:
Just like at Summerkids, campers get a choice of activities.
cooking in the camp kitchen, using healthy and fresh ingredients,
and sample some of its bounty.
and many, many crafts to be made
Archery is a perennial favorite,
The SK-PreKers always manage to have fun!
Several of them were campers themselves, and all of them
and then it's time...
SK-PreK has its own dedicated area of our secure camp site.
The outdoor area provides ample opportunities to enjoy our setting
That might be in the exploration box,
at the SK-PreK fort,
On most days after nap, we have swim lessons for the PreKers.
It's lots of fun, too!
It's a camp tradition we call "Sibling Lunch"
The SK-PreKers also participate in a few special "dress-up" days
An SK-PreKer might climb a monster tire,
blow some bubbles,
But most important,
with "Campfire"--a chance to come together, sing, play games,
For the two morning periods, campers select from 2-3 choices.
or a sport (with age appropriate rules and an SK-PreK twist).
There are eggs to gather from our chickens,
as are hiking on our property's many trails
The program is overseen by a dedicated group
are skilled at working with 3- and 4-year olds. (Trust us. They are amazing!)
for more activities...
Four air-conditioned cabins (Blue, Red, Orange and Green) are our home base
and notice and learn about all of the natural beauty around us as well.
in the "messy play" area,
the musical fence,
They are divided into three groups: Guppies, Frogs and Sharks.
On Fridays, the SK-PreKers gather with their
and it's a chance for older and younger campers
that are sprinkled throughout the summer. (Counselors do too!)
build a sand volcano,
make some serious tie-dye,
we know that your PreKer
and most of all, an opportunity for all of us to get a little goofy.
The choices might include a game on the field, always fun...
SK-PreKers might take care of the camp garden, a favorite destination,
construction projects to undertake,
Traditional camp activities are a big hit, too.
and building forts in the Nature Center.
of counselors who are all both mature and zany.
Between 1st and 2nd periods, we stop for snack and more songs,
and more fun!!!
where campers do activities and nap or rest after lunch.
Everywhere they go, though, the PreKers find time and opportunities to play.
in the "Pre-Konstruction zone"
or in the mud box!
Our goal is for campers to be water safe and learn to love swimming.
older siblings and friends for lunch.
to get together and catch up on the week's fun!
Because we vary our activities, each day is filled with wonder and excitement.
become a chef,
or discover a hidden treasure.
will have fun at camp!