WHO: Ages 4-12. Enrollment at StoneBridge School is not required!
WHAT: 10 fun-filled weeks full of Biblical themed, interactive activities, devotions, chapels, Water Wednesdays, Field Trip Fridays, and more!
WHEN: June 8-August 14, 2020; Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (*Extended care available 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.)
Registration Deadline: Friday May 22, 2020
Week 1: June 8-12, “Welcome to Summer!”
Enjoy aspects of great every great summer, including the beach, camping, and picnic lunches. Activities include beach ball games, hula hoops, bubbles, firefly and watermelon crafts, and sprinkler fun!
Week 2: June 15-19, “Sing Praise!”
Kids will learn different singing styles and songs from around the world to make a joyful noise to the Lord! Activities include writing our own songs with lyrics and performing in a concert!
Week 3: June 22-26, “Under the Sea!”
“Under the Sea” is about the ocean and everything in it! Kids will dive in and discover all the life hiding under the ocean’s surface. Activities include “discovering” new ocean life and uncovering the secrets of the deep blue!
Week 4: June 29-July 3, “America the Beautiful!”
“America the Beautiful” is all about the 4th of July and being proud to be an American. Kids will interact with some of the key historical stories leading to the birth of America. Activities include firework crafts, patriotic music, a 4th of July barbeque, and a parade!
Week 5: July 6-10, “STEM Challenge! – Part 1”
Campers will use critical thinking skills to solve problems in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Activities include building catapults and gumdrop bridges, decoding clues for scavenger hunts, making our own working thermometers, and even coding our own games on Kodable!
Week 6: July 13-17, “STEM Challenge! – Part 2”
The “STEM Challenge” theme runs for 2 weeks. However, campers may attend either or both weeks.
Week 7: July 20-24, “Make a Joyful Noise!”
Kids will learn different instrumental musical styles from around the world and ways to give God praise with their musical talents. Activities include writing their own songs with various instruments and performing in a concert!
Week 8: July 27-31, “It’s a Jungle Out There!”
Kids will go on a sound safari and learn about all the sounds in the jungle! Activities include learning about the ecosystems in the jungle and uncovering the secrets that are hidden deep within.
Week 9: August 3-7, “Lights! Camera! Action!”
Explore the theatre! Kids will learn theatre terms and how to follow stage directions. Activities will include improv workshops and writing and performing skits for each other!
Week 10: August 10-14, “Superhero Training!”
Discover more about the famous superheroes, including those in the Bible like Noah, Abraham, Moses, and more! Kids will discover the “super powers” hidden inside all of us and explore how we can use those powers to help and care for others.