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Club Lego Español, Jr.
The Brick House
Hola Amigos! Club Español will introduce students to the Spanish language by incorporating hands-on play and daily themes. Campers will practice their new vocabulary while building LEGO creations. Each lesson will teach basic Spanish words about a daily topic, and will present a brief overview of a Latin-American country. Themes include colors, numbers, animals, home and family, and community service. Taught by experts from The Brick House, students will get the best of LEGO education, with a Latin twist!
MORNING SESSION • Age 3 1/2 - Entering Kindergarten • Cost: $180
Forts and Clubhouses, Jr.Brandon Norris
Do you love to build forts, tree houses and clubhouses? This camp is your chance to take a whole classroom and turn it into as many forts as you want. Get creative and find new ways to make a fort or clubhouse. You might even go outside and make forts around the playground. Cardboard boxes, blankets, wood, string, rope, and plastic are just the beginning of the materials you will use to make your hideout!
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades Kindergarten-1 • Cost: $145
Teddy Bear Picnic, Jr.Carol Churches
Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear turn around. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear come on down! Come create a bear of your own. This week each camper will get to make their very own teddy bear and accessories to go with it. Spend time with your bear doing crafts, playing games and cooking treats for your Teddy Bear Picnic on the last day of camp.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades Kindergarten-1 • Cost: $155
Spa La LaMarie Talios
Ooh la la, a day at the spa! You will learn about inner and outer beauty. Each day will start with an invigorating yoga class, during which we will develop inner strength, balance and wisdom. Afterwards, you will learn about different hairstyles (hair accessories will not be shared), make and try out homemade beauty treatments such as facial masques and conditioners, and give and receive manicures and pedicures. Special attention will be paid to hygiene.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 2-4 • Cost: $155
The Big Three FavoritesPaul Beatty
This camp will combine three of the all-time favorite camps here at Summer at KEY: Nerf Madness, Building with Legos and K’NEX, and Water, Water Everywhere. Campers will spend the week doing activities from each of those camps. They will get to play on our inflatable water slide, cool off with a variety of fun water games, construct some fun Lego creations, and have lots of time to play with our large assortment of Nerf guns. It’s sure to be a great way to get the summer off to a fun start!
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 2-4 • Cost: $150
Mt. Jibbaroo AdventuresEmily Faber
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime. Come with us to discover the legend of Mt. Jibbaroo. Become a junior explorer and travel with us as we discover this mysterious, magical land. We will learn many fun facts about Mt. Jibbaroo as we work on experiments, cook Jibbaroo cuisine, play favorite games, and make crafts. We will learn what a jiball is and how they can help us on our adventure. Join us as we start this exciting journey. Each camper will get one jiball to keep to help guide them along the way.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 2-4 •: Cost: $185
Calling all dodgeball fanatics. Kids will have a blast running, ducking, throwing, and dodging around the court. Many variations of the game will be taught throughout the week. Good sportsmanship will be emphasized at all times. Excitement will build daily, culminating in a tournament on Friday.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 3-5 •: Cost: $135
So You Think You Can Dance?Spotlight Dance Studio
Do you like to watch the show “So You Think You Can Dance?”? Now it’s your turn to come and show your creative side and learn some new dance styles. You will learn hip hop, contemporary, jazz, modern dance, and more. Get moving while listening to the latest music, learning new steps, and having a great time. Create your own dances and let your star power shine! Proper warm-up and cool-down activities will be taught as well as basic dance positions. Be ready to dance, dance, dance! No experience is necessary.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 3-6 •: Cost: $170
Let's PaintCarlin Felt
Come paint! Experience the thrill of creating artwork as you explore light, shadow, color, and a variety of materials and techniques. You will learn basic skills and be exposed to many ways of thinking about painting, from still life and landscape to abstract expressionism and contemporary mixed media. Bring your imaginations and a willingness explore.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 4-8 • Cost: $170
Digital PhotographyAmar Shekdar
Digital photography is fast, easy and fun! Campers will learn the basics of capturing and transferring photos to a computer, as well as organizing and editing the photos to enhance projects with creative, individualized graphics. Please bring your camera if you have one. (Not required to take the class)
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 4-8 • Cost: $175
Gaming GuruTrevor Faber
Do you love to play video games? Do you have what it takes to be the ultimate gaming guru? If so, this class is for you. Come join our friendly competition and see what you can do. We will play non-violent, non-confrontational video games. We will have a FIFA tournament and a Guitar Hero jam session. We’ll play Mario and Zelda, and we will also throw in some racing and snowboarding. It will be all about family-friendly game play.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 5-9 • Cost: $150
Soccer Camp is designed to teach boys and girls individual skills and tactics in an enjoyable learning environment. The camp curriculum is tailored to the age and skill level of each camper with a great mix of learning and fun. Campers will also get many opportunities to compete in modified game situations throughout the week. Shin guards are required.
MORNING SESSION • Entering Grades 5-8 • Cost: $165
Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program - SESSION FULLBrian Michaels and Jonathan Oglesbee
Two Weeks, June 17-28
Full Day, 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
If you are an enthusiastic, energetic 14 or 15-year-old who enjoys working with younger children, and you want to be a camp counselor, you can apply to be a part of our CIT program at Key this summer! This program is a structured learning experience, designed to teach 14 and 15-year-olds the skills they need to become summer camp counselors. We will teach you about safety, leadership and responsibility. Each day will be filled with a wide variety of activities including team building, learning how to be a good role model to younger campers, problem solving, role playing, and discussion groups. You will spend part of each day assisting a Head Counselor/Assistant Counselor team with their group of campers. You will also become CPR and First Aid certified during the week. The second week, CIT’s will be assigned to one or two specific camp groups and will work alongside a head and an assistant counselor to gain more hands on experience and to have to opportunity to become more familiar with every aspect of a camper's day. This second week will give the camp directors a great opportunity to see what the CIT’s have learned and to observe them actually practicing these new skills.
Upon successful completion of the two week training, CIT’s will be eligible to work the remaining weeks of camp as a CIT. They will receive a weekly stipend for this work.
Space is limited. You must apply to be in this program and will be required to take part in a group interview. Contact the camp office for an application packet.
TWO WEEKS - FULL DAY - 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. • 14 and 15 Year Olds • Cost: $350