Summer Adventurer

Adventurer Sessions (ages 5-7)

Each week of Adventurer Summer Fun includes one off-campus field trip or in-house guest presentation, from organizations such as the National Aquarium, Germano’s Piattini, and a Hawaiian dance troupe and to places like the Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Abrakadoodle Art.

Animal Planet – June 22-26 (Week 1)

The world is home for about one‐and‐a‐half million different kinds of animals. Join us to explore a fascinating world of animals from ones so small that they can only be seen through a microscope to the massive blue whale, the largest animal that has ever lived. Learn how animals evolved, where they live today, and why so many are in danger. This is sure to be a roaring adventure for all!

Explore Baltimore – June 29- July 2 (4 Days -Week 2)

Did you know baseball players Babe Ruth, Cal Ripken Jr., and Lefty Grove were all born in Baltimore? The 40-story Legg Mason building is the tallest building in Baltimore. Who knew that snowballs (the kind you eat on a hot day) were invented in Baltimore during the American Industrial Revolution? Join us as we explore Baltimore and find out even more fun facts about our wonderful city. We will adventure off campus to explore a few places downtown, including some kid-friendly museums.

Amazing Art – July 6-10 (Week 3)

Campers will be inspired to reach beyond and create art that is unique to them. By doing so, kids feel empowered to be creative and expressive. It’s amazing to see just what kids design when given the freedom to explore and to express themselves creatively! Imaginations soar!

Earth Keepers – July 13-17 (Week 4)

This one is for the outdoor enthusiast. Investigate our natural surroundings and discover the simple joys of nature. Each day lets your child be a real explorer, using science in fun ways to further their understanding and appreciation for nature! Fun‐filled activities include trail walks, nature games, stories, animal encounters, and exploring the stream.

Culinary Kids – July 20-24 (Week 5)

Cooking together can be a delicious learning experience! Children will work in small groups to create dishes of their choice, explore new foods, and learn about nutrition, as well as learning the importance of washing one’s hands and how to safely work with foods and kitchen utensils. Learn important cooking skills and vocabulary, such as how to measure, whisk, and knead. We will use all of our senses to explore different varieties of fruits and vegetables. This is sure to be a mouthwatering experience for all!

Around the World 1 – July 27-31 (Week 6)

Travel around the world to absorb aspects of diverse cultures, learn cultural dances, speak different languages, and try a hand at hieroglyphics. Take a taste-bud‐tingling tour to lands far and near to explore scrumptious delicacies from across the globe. Get ready for tons of fun while discovering just how much you have in common with other kids around the world! Countries to be studied this week are India, France, Italy, Russia, and the USA.

Around the World 2 – August 3-7 (Week 7)

Travel around the world to absorb aspects of diverse cultures, learn cultural dances, speak different languages, and try a hand at hieroglyphics. Take a taste bud‐tingling tour to lands far and near to explore scrumptious delicacies from across the globe. Get ready for tons of fun while discovering just how much you have in common with other kids around the world! Countries to be studied this week are Mexico, Japan, China, Egypt and Ethiopia.

We will end our two week journey with a World Bazaar to celebrate all of the countries we have studied.