Summer Camps – Ages 3-5

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Let’s Go Adventuring!

August 3-7 | 9:30-12:30 | Traysie Amick | $170

So many inspirations for this—Alice in Wonderland, Narnia, Mowgli’s Jungle Book, Where the Wild Things Are, Peter Pan and Tinkerbell, Pirates and Mermaids, Jedi and Mandalorians, PJ Masks and Transformers. Will use Exploration/StoryDrama/Sing! curriculum. Parents and friends are invited to observe part of the class on the final day in a low pressure “sharing.”

Exploration/StoryDrama/Sing!

August 10-14 | 9:30-12:30 | Lauren Wilson | $170

Built on SCCT’s standard curriculum offered during the school year, this camp allows for a range of activities taught through our very popular Exploration classes. The sky’s the limit for inspiration! The Story Drama component allows the students to explore themes, characters and environments of a different children’s book each day. Students act-out and perform creatively through the world of the book, but the focus is more on understanding the parts of the book and overcoming obstacles creatively within a group rather than in simple recreation performance. Fantastic for group interaction and socialization while keeping students engaged in solving the conflict presented in the story. Great fun and a great foundation for reading. The Sing! Section will focus on group musical theatre training for  performance—a chance to enjoy singing and favorite songs all while exploring different styles of movement and choreography, perhaps playing silly instruments like kazoos and having plenty of dance parties! Parents and friends are invited to observe part of the class on the final day in a low pressure “sharing.”

Let’s Pretend!

August 17-21 | 9:30-12:30 | Claire Simpson | $170

Students act-out and perform creatively through the world of “Pretend”. Fantastic for group interaction and socialization while keeping students engaged creating the story and exploring all the possibilities in our imaginations. There will be music and dancing too to help get those wiggles out, plus some kind of craft they get to take home. A great way to spend the morning, making new friends and having a blast! The end-of-week performance will be recorded and sent to parents via a video link.