Primary Summer Camp 2022 (Ages 3–5)

Our summer camp for primary students features a welcoming environment full of learning and fun. Each week we explore a different theme while filling our days with games, singing and dancing, outdoor adventures, and other enjoyable activities.

Weekly tuition is $370. Add-ons such as extended care and lunch are available for an additional cost.

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Primary Fun Camp: 2022 Week-by-Week Calendar

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
6/13-6/17 6/20-6/24 6/27-
7/1
7/5-
7/8
7/11-7/15 7/18-
7/22
7/25-
7/29
8/1-
8/5
8/8-
8/12
8/15-8/19
Bouncin’ at the Beach Under the Sea Jammin’ in the Jungle Bugs & Butterflies Dino-rama Here, There & Everywhere! Community Helpers Spectacular Sports The Fabulous Five Senses Tie Dye Time!

More About Our Weekly Camp Themes

Week 1: Bouncin’ at the Beach
Dive into summer 2022 with bouncin’ at the beach! From seagulls to surfboards, our preschool students will learn about all things beach!. Campers can expect funtime in our bounce house and a slew of tropical crafts and activities.
 
 
Week 2: Under the Sea
Our week 2 preschoolers will continue to splash into summer during our Under the Sea theme camp! Students will learn about spectacular wildlife and what goes on in the water while we’re enjoying our fun in the sun.
 
 
Week 3: Jammin’ in the Jungle
Students will learn about the wonders of the rainforest! During Jammin’ in the Jungle, students will learn about our different ecosystems and the cool ways animals, plants, and humans work together to keep them going!
 
 
Week 4: Bugs and Butterflies
Bugs & Butterflies will explore everything creepy and crawly! Students will enjoy weaving their own “webs”, playing with bug-themed sensory activities, and learning the baby bumble bee song. This week will show our students that insects may not be so different from you and me.
 
 
Week 5: Dino-rama
During this camp, students will get a “roar” by learning about prehistoric times and creatures! Students will watch a homemade volcano eruption, make dinosaur eggs, and take a “bite” out of what life was like millions of years ago!
 
 
Week 6: Here, There, and Everywhere!
Students will go around the world without ever leaving Baltimore! During this session, our campers will be able to learn about the amazing places around the world as well as the boats, planes, and trains that can get them there.
 
 
Week 7: Community Helpers
There are so many cool things to be when I grow up! During Community Helpers, our campers will learn about different roles in the community and how they are able to help by doing something they love to do.
 
 
Week 8: Spectacular Sports
During spectacular sports, our campers will learn by doing! Students will learn and play different games throughout the course of the week as well as participate in sports themed dances and crafts.
 
 
Week 9: The Fabulous Five Senses
It’s fun learning about the world around us; but this week takes it a step further. It begs the question of how we learn, and the answer is the five senses! Students will participate in sensory activities and learn all about touch, smell, sight, taste, and sound.
 
 
Week 10: Tie Dye Time!
There’s no better way to round out the summer than a camp-themed camp. During this week, students will explore traditional camp activities like tie dye, friendship bracelets, and more!
 

Summer Fun

Children have ample opportunities to be active this summer either in our outdoor playground or on the Gerstung equipment and Imagination Playground located in our gym.

We offer “water play day” every Friday, which includes time for the children to play with water toys outside and run in the sprinkler. On temperate days, the class will spend additional time outdoors such as by doing daily lessons, eating lunch and snack, gardening in the greenhouse, and taking neighborhood walks.

Enrollment Details

Children entering kindergarten may join the primary camp or may be eligible for some of our elementary camps. Sign up for as many or as few camp weeks as you like.

Primary campers must be fully toilet-trained (wearing underwear) and dressed in clothing that promotes independence, such as bottoms with elastic waistbands and shoes with velcro fasteners.