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
- Summer School pick up at selected locations
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 if full at the time of registration, we will put you in a class that is open.
2015 Kid Zone Camp Tuition Rates (click here)
Kid Zone is looking for summer volunteers.
For more information, click here.
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:
- Fill out an information form for each child.
Fill out form HERE.
- 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
Cooking– Long ago, there were many different kinds of dinosaurs. Contrary to popular belief, most dinosaurs were herbivores, not carnivores. Like herbivores, we’ll try seaweed salad and other unique veggie treats.
Sports– We’ll transform the Kid Zone gym into a Jurassic playground, and play games like Feed the T-Rex, Prehistoric Swamp Relay, and Move Like They Did, and join in the fun as we do the funky Caveman Shuffle.
Art– Cave painting was a form of communication and expression. We will try our hand at this earliest art form and make realistic fossils and other artifacts.
Science– Discover the earth long ago with a hands-on introduction to dinosaurs and paleontology. We will recreate basic tools modeled after the ones used by the earliest humans.
Performing Arts– Imagine what the world would be like if dinosaurs and humans met! Taking inspiration from our favorite dinosaur movies like The Land Before Time and Ice Age, we’ll create a roaring performance.
Join us in a time when ideas in scientific thought, art, and culture were expanding more than ever before! We’ll expand our own minds this week as we make connections from hundreds of years ago to our modern lives.
Cooking– Believe it or not, this was the first time in history that bread and pies became popular foods. We will make bread and pies from scratch. We’ll also make other popular sweets from the time like cannoli and gingerbread.
Sports– Medieval knights participated in tournaments to gain wealth, esteem, and skill training. Join us for our own medieval tournament. Activities will include crossbow and archery, horseshoes, jousting, “skittles,” and an early form of badminton.
Art– Like members of the noble court, we’ll design our own jeweled crowns and swords. We’ll create our own stained glass and illuminated manuscripts. Also, we’ll try painting upside down, just like Michelangelo when he painted the Sistine Chapel.
Science– We will learn about amazing inventions of the time, like the mechanical clock, windmill, and astrolabe. We’ll discover the magic of chemistry and its beginnings with alchemy. We will also have fun exploring how the Scientific Method can be used.
Performing Arts– We’ll invite characters like King Arthur, Lords and Ladies, Princes and Princesses, and the Knights of the Round Table as we create a performance fit for a king!
Set sail on an overseas adventure and discover new worlds as we follow the legendary voyages of explorers like Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, and Captain James Cook.
Cooking– To prevent scurvy, we’ll cook up some healthy fruit recipes packed with vitamins and lots of flavor. All aboard as we travel to the Spice Islands and make some zesty recipes inspired by the unique flavors of these newly discovered islands.
Sports– Kid Zone will hit the high seas! We’ll practice our seafaring skills with games like Walk the Plank, The Captain is Coming, Pass the Pirate’s Parrot, and capture the flag.
Art– We will create our own treasure maps as we learn the skill of cartography. We will also design our own pirate flags and build a ship or galleon.
Science– Become an explorer as we navigate the seas. We’ll learn about astronomy and discover the geoscience and ecology of the oceans and islands.
Performing Arts– Comedies like the Pirates of Penzance and Muppet Treasure Island will be our inspiration to create our own performance about setting sail and discovering new worlds.
This was an age of excitement and change! Travel back to the early 20th century when things like cars and chocolate chip cookies were brand new!
Cooking– Many of our favorite treats were developed over 100 years ago, like Hershey’s chocolate bars, Pepsi-Cola, waffle ice cream cones, and boxed cereal. We will use these ingredients to make some delicious treats.
Sports– The early 1900s brought many exciting new things to the world of sports. We’ll play games to commemorate the invention of basketball in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1891, the first year women competed in the modern Olympics in 1900, and the first World Series in 1903.
Art– Cubism, Dada, and Art Nouveau are just some of the important art movements of the era. We’ll paint like Picasso, make works of anti-art like Duchamp and Dali, and decorative art inspired by Mucha and Klimt.
Science– What was it like to be the Wright Brothers? What did the first radio transmissions sound like? How did the first automobile engines work? And how was the structure of the atom discovered? These are just some of the questions and ideas that we’ll explore.
Performing Arts– This was a time of great change in the entertainment industry. Jazz became all the rage, the Disney Company started making cartoon shorts, and vaudeville took audiences by surprise. We will incorporate all these skills into a performance to remember.
The 1940-50s were the beginning of the modern American Dream. Families worked hard to create new opportunities and advanced technology for the promise of a bright future. What did the American Dream mean to people at that time, and how do we still share many of the same values today?
Cooking– This was a time of simple comfort food in America- we’ll make classic 1950s diner food and our own homemade TV dinners. We’ll celebrate the 1947 invention of Betty Crocker Cake Mix and the Pillsbury Bake Off with our own baked goods. Last but not least, we’ll make Kid Zone’s version of the Happy Meal, inspired by 1955’s opening of the first McDonald’s.
Sports– While many men were away fighting in WWII, women began to play a role in professional sports. Just like A League of their Own we’ll play baseball and softball. We’ll also honor the first African-American professional baseball player, Jackie Robinson. The 1940s also saw the first NASCAR and Formula One races, we’ll try our own Kid Zone races with scooters and bikes.
Art– Let’s get messy as we create fun projects inspired by famous artists like Jackson Pollock and William deKooning.
Science– Many modern developments began in the 1940s, we will do hands on experiments and build models to experience important concepts such as the “Big Bang Theory,” DNA, and solar power.
Performing Arts– Get ready to shake, rattle, and roll just like Elvis and other musical greats as we create our own Kid Zone classic rock-n-roll band.
Kid Zone will be totally far out this week as we learn about life in the 1960s-70s. These decades were a time of independence and expression for young people all around the world. We’ll learn how these young people paved the way for our lives today.
Cooking– The 1960s were a time of Pop Tarts and fondue. Vegetarian dishes became popular too. We will learn to cook like Julia Child as we make some of her famous recipes.
Sports– Many new and “alternative” games became popular. Activities like Frisbee and footbag, or “Hacky Sack,” were invented. Football became important with the first Super Bowl and the beginning of Monday Night Football.
Art– Get ready to be bright, bold and colorful! We’ll make art inspired by peace signs and flower power, as well as make our own tie-dye. We’ll make “Flux Boxes” inspired by the alternative art movement “Fluxus,” and Pop Art inspired by Andy Warhol.
Science– Suit up astronauts, as we explore space travel and learn about the moon. In addition to outer space, our environment also became important. We will learn about caring for our environment with hands-on experiments.
Performing Arts– All You Need is Love this week. Our performances will be inspired by the music and movies of the Beatles, as well as classic rock and disco!
Cooking– Television cooking shows became popular in the 1980-90s. We’ll have our own Iron Chef competition, complete with a secret, exotic ingredient and make other dishes made popular by television shows. We’ll also make flash-back after school snacks like pizza bagels and customized rice crispy treats.
Sports– The 1980-90s brought about many Basketball greats like Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jordan, and Magic Johnson. We’ll do drills just like our B-Ball heroes. We’ll play indoor hockey in honor of 1982’s Miracle on Ice. Lastly, we’ll play games inspired by 1990s game shows Double Dare, Wild and Crazy Kids, and GUTS.
Art– Don’t forget your sunglasses because we’ll be all about bright neon colors! We’ll customize our own fashion accessories (for girls and boys) with neon and bling and make our own Pop Art as we do a project inspired by Jeff Koons.
Science– Science enters the digital age! We’ll build working circuits just like the ones inside home computers, video games like Pac Man and Atari, and even smart phones.
Performing Arts– Mash up! We’ll combine MTV stars like Madonna and Michael Jackson with popular Saturday morning cartoons like Transformers, Duck Tales, The Smurfs, and Thundercats. This will be a silly salute to pop culture of the 1980-90s.
Everest- Take it to the limit! Embark on an icy adventure where kids overcome obstacles with God’s awesome power! We will explore Bible stories, play adventurous games, eat yummy snacks, participate in cinema, and create awesome crafts.
Whole day and half-day schedule available. Click here for more information…