Welcome to Summer Camp
Create your own camp!
Summer is fun and flexible and your camp should be too! At Kid Zone, we invite you and your child to create your OWN camp experience. Choices we provide:
- Flexible Schedules: full day, 3/4 day, 1/2 day, early care and extended care
- Fun-centered, high quality curriculum
- Rotating class schedule
Workshops for Children, Kindergarten Ready – 2nd Grade
9:30-10:30 – Cooking, Performing Arts, Science
11:00-12:00 – Art, Sports
1:30-2:30 – Cooking, Performing Arts, Science
3:00-4:00 – Art, Sports
Workshops for Children, 3rd – 5th Grade
9:30-10:30 – Art, Sports
11:00-12:00 – Cooking, Performing Arts, Science
1:30-2:30 – Art, Sports
3:00-4:00 – Cooking, Performing Arts, Science
Workshops fill up fast and space is limited. If your class is full at the time of registration, then we will place your child in an open class.
What to bring and wear to camp:
- Wear close toe shoes
- Lunch (if staying all day) – Please, no food to warm up
- Bathing suit and towel (if staying through lunch)
For more schedule details, please read our brochure.
To register online:
- Step One: Fill out an information form for each child.
Fill out form HERE.
- Step Two: Fill out a weekly form with your schedule and class selections. Fill out a new form for each week and each child.
Click here to register online.
Kid Zone Summer Camp Class Descriptions
Art – Ancient Greeks created realistic sculpture and portraits of significant people using mathematics and geometry. This week artists will learn the art of portraiture and sculpture.
Performing Arts – Different types of dances were choreographed for different occasions. Learn about these dances and learn some of the most popular Greek myths, like Pandora and the story of The Trojan Horse.
Science – The science of physics was explored and truly understood by the Ancient Greeks. Discover how physics helped them engineer all their beautiful buildings.
Sports – The Ancient Greeks believed that the gods liked to see human bodies in good physical condition. Join us as we experience the original games of the first Olympics.
Cooking – The Greeks are known for baklava and gyros. This week campers will make their own gyros and baklava.
Art – Jade, obsidian, and other beautiful stones were used to create stunning sculptures. This week campers will use natural materials to make art like the Ancient Aztecs.
Performing Arts – Aztec dances retold stories of the past and always involved musical instruments. We will recreate these instruments and learn how to dance and play!
Science – The Aztecs developed two different calendars. Learn about how they created these calendars and make our own paper in the same fashion as the Aztecs.
Sports – Campers will learn and play the games commonly played by the Aztecs. Tlachtli was a game that involved two teams, rubber balls, and shooting baskets, but not at all like basketball.
Cooking – Make chocolate out of cocoa beans, make tamales out of maize, and make atole, a porridge-like dish to put together a feast fit for the Aztecs!
Art – Clay reliefs and pottery was what Mesopotamian art is most known for. Learn about the ancient writing system cuneiform, which was a series of triangular lines carved into clay.
Performing Arts – Belly dancing originated in Mesopotamia. The energetic dance involves dancing on toes, moving in rotating circles and lines.
Science – The Mesopotamians developed irrigation, and farming systems for plowing and seeding. This week we will create worm farms and learn how worms assist in decomposition, an important part of farming.
Sports – The Mesopotamians mastered archery and their own version of bowling. Campers will compete in archery and bowling games.
Cooking – From the farms of Mesopotamia, campers will cook their own vegetable soups, bread and pomegranate juice.
Art – The Lost Wax technique was used to create beautiful bronze work. We will learn about the Shang techniques and create our own designs using bronze and wax molds.
Performing Arts – This week campers will learn the relaxing movements of Tai Chi. We will also learn about the legendary Wong Fei Hong, a martial artists, and folk hero.
Science – During the Shang Dynasty many new medicines were discovered. Use natural herbs to make your own healing concoction commonly used in ancient times.
Sports – In the Shang Dynasty, board games were used to train and teach the military. This week we will stage a life size battle, using ourselves as game pieces!
Cooking – Campers will learn about traditional Chinese food and learn to use chopsticks. They will make fried rice, dumplings and more.
Art – Hieroglyphics are intricate carvings that made up the Ancient Egyptians’ written language. This week artists will create their own hieroglyphic carvings and jewelry.
Performing Arts – Many Egyptian dances were created to honor those who have died. These dances involve high leaping and skipping in order to get physically closer to the sky.
Science – The Ancient Egyptians had some amazing mathematical breakthroughs like geometry and the Pythagorean Theorem. These developments helped the Egyptians build an incredible architectural achievement known as the pyramids.
Sports – We all know about the famous pyramids, but can you build one yourself? Join us for a suspenseful game of “Junkyard Pyramid Wars”.
Cooking – The Ancient Egyptians brewed a drink similar to today’s root beer. Campers this week will work in the kitchen recreating some of the most popular dishes enjoyed in Ancient Egypt.
Art – The Romans were the first to refine the art of frescoes. We will be creating our own frescoes and mosaics.
Performing Arts – In Ancient Rome most actors wore masks when on stage. This week campers will play theater games, learn the art of pantomime, and create masks to disguise themselves.
Science – Learn all about plate tonics and how the flow of magma is responsible for the formation of mountains, earthquakes, and volcanoes like Mount Vesuvius.
Sports – Campers will form teams to show off their skills in their own gladiator style games.
Cooking – The Ancient Romans enjoyed many small meals throughout the day. Campers will make their own Roman burgers, crunchy green beans and columella salad.
Get into your life boat to be rescued by God. This week is for those 3 years old to entering 5th grade. Campers will learn about God and his teachings through: Fun activities and games, Bible Study, Arts and Crafts along with Songs and Dancing. We are always looking for volunteers too.
We are always looking for volunteers too. Campers will learn about God and his teachings through:
- Fun activities and games
- Bible Study
- Arts and Crafts
- Songs and dancing
Whole day and half-day schedule available. Click here for more information…