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
Science: Test your forensic skills as you analyze suspicious
powder, fingerprint your suspect, and solve the case.
Sports: Obstacle courses will try your memory while traditional African birthday games inspired by the great mystery The Eleventh Hour will challenge your skill as hunter.
Performing Arts: This isn’t your mom’s Mystery Dinner Theatre! Create your own “who done it” including creepy masks, make-up — the works.
Cooking: There has been a mysterious outbreak of unhealthy habits and only you and the other food detectives can help.
Art: Learn how to create hidden messages in your illustration.
Science: Both Shel Silberstein and Dr. Seuss wrote about
protecting the earth. Learn the gooey science behind recycling.
Sports: Sarah Cynthia Silvia Stout did not take the garbage out… Will you? This and other wacky games abound…
Performing Arts: Discover the music and instruments of Seussical and Twistable, Turnable Man: A Musical Tribute to the Songs of Shel Silverstein.
Cooking: Eat your fill of green eggs and ham while you learn how much candy it takes to develop a crocodile’s toothache.
Art: Understand the nonsensical art, sketches and cartoons of Shel Silverstein and Dr. Seuss — inspirational artists and poets alike.
Science: You will be astounded as you puzzle through the science
behind magic tricks used by magicians the world over.
Sports: Houdini was a trapeze artist before a magician. Perform some of his best stunts and those of his circus friends.
Performing Arts: Houdini was inspired by American Vaudeville. Learn and perform the jokes, dances and hilarious hijinks of this lost art.
Cooking: Create succulent dishes that trick and delight the taste buds.
Art: Impressionists were radicals like Houdini. Break boundaries and paint like Impressionists.
Science: Be transported to Hogwarts when you learn to make
the infamous travel potion known as floo powder and several
other scientific oddities of Harry Potter’s world.
Sports: Try your hand at Harry Potter’s favorite sport — quidditch or play “Rolled Their Terrible Eyes” from Where the Wild Things Are.
Performing Arts: Explore the New York City Opera, its inner workings and its new family-opera based on the legendary classic Where the Wild Things Are.
Cooking: Enjoy the tasty treats that wizards eat…rock cakes, cockroach clusters and chocolate frogs among others.
Art: Design and build your own fairy home and your intricately crafted family crest.
Science: Experience the science behind old favorites such as the
transistor radio, rock candy and Wooly Willy — still a popular toy today.
Sports: The Keeping Quilt, a Russian immigrant story of traditions, will inspire you to try new games like Boaire and P’yanitsa.
Performing Arts: Strap on your toe shoes or suit up your marionette if dancing’s not your thing, at Kid Zone Marionette Ballet Theatre.
Cooking: Grandma’s cookies borscht is not, but you will delight in other Russian favorites such as kissel and pelmeni.
Art: Learn about the life and art of famous Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky as you study his painting Blue Rider in comparison to likeness of the quilt from The Keeping Quilt.
Science: Learn how Aesop’s crow could measure water
using stones and the behind his Mountain in Labour.
Sports: Prove you’re as strong as Paul Bunyan in our first ever Kid Zone Lumberjack Competitions.
Performing Arts: With the help of campers in the Storytelling Group you will re-write and perform your own version of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
Cooking: Build Hansel and Gretel’s gingerbread house one day and Pecos Bill’s bar-b-q the next as you eat your way through folk legends.
Art: Master the fine art of the tin can as imagined by artist Bobby Hanson.
Science: Build your very own hovercraft, learn about the
comets and time machine.
Sports: Earn your place among the Jedi knights in martial arts school inspired by the Clone Wars.
Performing Arts: As a member of the Worst Band in the Universe you will create fantastical instruments.
Cooking: Using the Star Wars cookbook you will create such delicacies as Darth Malt and Bubble City Salad.
Art: Understand the true meaning of the word “dimension” as you explore the world of 3D art.
At Vacation Bible Camp, 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.