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 closed 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
Grab a vine and swing on over for some fun in a rainforest.
Art- Embrace all the colors of the rainbow when we paint tropical flowers and listen to the sound of the rain from our homemade rain sticks.
Performing Arts- Join us for a “Rumpus in the Rainforest” with games and performances inspired by Tarzan, and more!
Science- Discover what makes rainforest plants and animals so unique and build a model of the rainforest to take home.
Sports- Practice your climbing and swinging skills and get ready for a rainforest survival game.
Cooking- Take a seat at the Kid Zone Rain Forest Café where campers will learn where chocolate comes from and taste a variety of tropical fruits.
Dive in for a nautical adventure aboard the SS-Kid Zone and explore the beautiful underwater world!
Art- Using treasures from the ocean, like sponges, shells, and sand, campers will create their own seascapes and ocean creatures.
Performing Arts- Inspired by The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, campers will create their own musical performance.
Science- Campers will use everyday items to make a jellyfish in a bottle and learn about the importance of the ocean’s coral reefs.
Sports- Grab your grass skirts and get ready for Polynesian luau games and a flipper relay race.
Cooking- Inspired by our local oceans, campers will taste seaweed and try their hand at Kid Zone’s version of sushi rolls.
Explore all the exciting things you can find in the world’s desserts and grasslands.
Art- Campers will design their own cave paintings and patterns, as well as study Georgia O’Keeffe and other Western artists.
Performing Arts- Mummies come alive this week with an Egyptian themed performance.
Science- Campers will capture solar energy to use as power and learn about the water cycle and why it is essential to life all over the globe.
Sports- Campers will throw Australian boomerangs, practice archery from Mongolia, and play the world’s most popular sport, soccer.
Cooking- This week campers with make treats from desert plants like prickly pear cactus jelly and Egyptian date candy.
Sled down a glaciers or talked to penguins.
Art- Campers will learn to paint with ice cubes, create snowy scenes, and maybe even build their own igloo.
Performing Arts- In the popular book, Tacky the Penguin, a brave penguin learns the importance of being unique. This week, campers will share their own unique talents to produce a show.
Science- In this week’s class, campers will make gak glaciers, and learn if dry ice is really “dry.”
Sports- Practice your snow shoeing skills and gear up for Kid Zone’s first Iditarod arctic competition.
Cooking- This week, campers will make homemade ice cream and learn new recipes to warm up on a cold arctic day.
Hop onto a lily pad or spot a crocodile as we hang out beside the bayou.
Art- Inspired by the beauty of nature, campers will craft their own spider web designs and make papyrus paper.
Performing Arts- Kid Zone campers will write their own version of the classic Princess and the Frog.
Science- Campers will learn about creepy crawlers, amphibians, and reptiles, and discover what makes fireflies glow.
Sports- Get ready for some classic camp games like sharks and minnows and spiders and flies, and wear your swimsuit for our annual swap obstacle course.
Cooking- Campers will learn the secret to an authentic jambalaya, spice up their own barbeque sauce, and for dessert, they’ll make sweet banana boats.
climb up some of the world’s most amazing mountains, discovering new heights and what it would take to survive up there.
Art- Campers will try their hand at designing their own mountain ranges from around the world, as well as make paper quilts to keep them warm.
Performing Arts- Campers will create their own play inspired by the musical Sound of Music.
Science- This week campers will build bridges and discover creative uses for recycled materials.
Sports- Campers will learn skills to survive the mountain terrain from archery, balancing exercises, as well as practice the skills of dodging the “boulders”.
Cooking- This week campers will cook dishes from specific mountain range survival like trail mix and grilled chicken kabobs.
Blast off into outer space, where the possibilities of the future are limited only by our imagination.
Art- Campers will be inspired by the starry skies this week, and will create space helmets and jet packs and abstract art.
Performing Arts- This week, campers will draw inspiration from their favorite Star Wars and other characters to create an “out of this world” performance.
Science- Campers will learn what life is like in space as they test gravity, learn what propels a rocket, and create glow-in-the-dark materials.
Sports- Astronauts need to be physically fit to travel into space. This week campers will learn to maintain healthy, strong bodies and jump on a “moon bounce.”
Cooking- We will make dehydrated food just like the astronauts eat and create a solar system out of edible items.
Where kids stand strong for God!
At ROAR, kids experience God’s word in fun and unforgettable ways. Each day campers will explore biblical truths as we have fun singing, storytelling, participating in science experiments, making crafts, and playing games.