WYE MILLS - Chesapeake College presents fun, educational camps for children with Peake Summer youth camps. Offered as six weekly sessions, each camp features a theme taught by professional educators and students in Chesapeake’s education programs.
“We’re using the resources we have on campus like experienced educators, energetic education students and impressive facilities to create a fun atmosphere and exciting opportunity for kids to learn,” said Program Director and Instructor of Early Childhood Education Sarah Ross.
Super Heroes Training- Calling girls and boys to super hero training camp. You’ll create your own super heroes identity, logo and comic to “fight” against evil villains. You’ll BOOM! POW! WHAM! your way through super villains obstacles. 07/09/2018
STEAM- We’ll challenge you this week to use all of your science, technology, engineering, art and math skills to create roller coasters, unsinkable ships, create an unbreakable newspaper chain, a space lander for two aliens and create a flood proof house. 07/16/2018
Digital Media Film Making- Calling all actors, directors, producers, screen writers and set designers to Chesapeake College’s Digital Media. The film crew will work together to create mini movies to be shared at a premier showing the last day of camp.07/23/2018
Mud Pies to Magnetic Slime- We’ll spend our days creating mad scientist recipes. We’ll create goop, gak, quick sand, three different types of slime, make “exploding toothpaste” and, make oobleeck dance. We’ll observe the physical and chemical changes of each mad recipe. We’ll make some of the slimiest, stickiest and gooiest recipes around! 07/30/2018
Secret Agent SPY- Calling all super spies, secret agents and undercover operatives! Your mission, should you choose to accept it…… learn how to create a cryptex, read between the lines using invisible ink, identify fingerprints to crack your case. The final spy exam is a “locked box” escape room challenge. 08/06/2018
Gold, Silver and Bronze- The week will start off with opening ceremonies, an Olympic torch, various team orientated summer and winter games some traditional and others modified to be silly and fun. Olympic themed arts and crafts and a closing ceremony on Friday. 08/13/2018
Tuition for the camp is $180 per week. The fee includes two healthy snacks per day. The camps run from 9 am to 4 pm daily. A $10 sibling discount is available. Before care from 7 – 9 a.m. or after care from 4- 6 p.m. is an additional $25 per week. The before and after care option is $40 per week.
For more information or to register please contact Sarah Ross at email@example.com