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Discoverers: Age 3–Entering Pre-K

four-year-old enjoying free swim time in the Pool

Hello Discoverers!

Our Discoverers program nurtures the creativity and excitement of childhood. Our counselor-led activities promote joy, friendship, imagination and creative thinking. Children explore a variety of interests through hands-on activities and games as well as swim lessons. Weekly themes are woven through activities and projects throughout the week, giving a unique twist to each session. This is a great way to introduce young children to a fun and engaging summer camp where they will learn, play, discover and grow.

Daily Schedule 

8:00–8:30      Morning drop off
8:30–9:00      Meet and greet
9:00–9:15      Meeting circle
9:15–11:30    Theme-based activities, snack, outdoor play, swim lessons 
11:30–12:15  Lunch
12:15–1:00    Outdoor play
1:00                Afternoon pick up 

See below for weekly theme descriptions.

Free Swim Time in the Pool for Our Youngest Campers, the Discoverers.

Discoverers’ Themes of the Week! (2023)

Week 1. Mad Scientists
June 26–30

Grab your lab coat, friends! We’re about to get busy making SLIME, silly putty, jello “Petri dishes” and other concoctions that shimmer, squish and wobble.

Tuition: $385.

Week 2. Under the Sea
July 5–7

Who needs a BOAT? You'll embark on a deep-sea adventure by using your imagination, investigating and observing sea life through touch tanks and more. Join us in exploring the ocean and all its wonder.

Tuition: $225.

Week 3.  Build It.
July 10-14

Put on your hard hat and bring your emerging engineering skills, big energy and enthusiasm for building! We'll take inspiration from the masters and get busy building on our own with Legos®, blocks, Magna Tiles®, waffle blocks, sand and more. 

Tuition $385.

Week 4. Art in the Garden 
July 17–21

Explore art in nature through this garden-immersive experience. You'll draw inspiration from the textures, sights, sounds, fragrances and flavors of the gardens. Come create your own colorful art creations using a variety of organic materials and traditional art mediums.

Tuition $385.

Week 5. Where the Wild Things Are
July 24–28

Together, we'll read “Where the Wild Things Are.” You will embark on a week of Wild Thing activities, including making sculptures, masks, crowns, and—you guessed it—dressing up as our favorite jungle animals!

Tuition $385.

Week 6. Storybook Summer
July 31–Aug 4

Imagine bringing your favorite characters and stories to life through games, art, songs and hands-on activities. We'll celebrate books that highlight friendships, adventure, unique individuality, cultures, daydreams and silly tales.

Tuition: $385