Summer’s here and the choice for summer camp/s is on! What will you or your child/ren choose when it comes to spending the summer months? If you cannot take 2 full months off of work to travel with your family, the following ideas might help:
Alliance for the Arts– Act! Sing! Dance! Create! Campers enjoy eight fun-filled weeks of hands-on instruction & fun and artistic activities following a different theme each week. There are two age groups: Our Main Summer Arts Camp for 1st through 6th grade, and our popular “Mini” Summer Arts Camp for 4* & 5 year olds. Both camps include a unique blend of visual arts, theater, voice and dance instruction. There is an art exhibition and final stage performance each Friday afternoon at 2:30 for the Main Summer Arts Camp. See more here!
Fort Myers YMCA– Now is the time to sign up for our local Y day camps. Day camp can offer all of the benefits of traditional camp—new experiences, skill building, a sense of community and lasting friendships — while allowing campers to return home each afternoon. Also, we’re proud to say that camp at the Y includes FREE healthy lunch and snacks daily. Day camp and Sports Day Camp available. See more here!
Camp i-sci 2015– Each session includes:
Discovery in the Exhibit Halls: 30-45 minutes each morning and afternoon campers explore the exhibit areas Hands-On Hall, Sporty Science Arena, Mind Magic, Animal Lab, SEA-to-SEE Touch Tank & Aquaria, Dino Discovery, IMAG-TV Weather Station
Science, Humanities, & Arts Activities: 3-5 themed activities per day. Campers are led on a path of discovery by State of Florida Certified Teachers and Professional Museum Educators
Outdoor Exploration: 30 minutes per day (weather dependant): Campers enjoy outdoor and free-time activities
“Animal Encounter”: 20-30 minutes once per week, Campers participate in the Animal Encounter and touch live animals
Tour of Outdoor Exhibits: 20-30 minutes once per week, Campers feed the fish at Fish-Eye Lagoon
3-D Movie Viewed once per week
See more about i-sci here!
Future Scientists and Marine-biologists– Ostego Bay Foundation Marine Science Center offers seasonal summer camps in June and July, designed for Children K-16. Come explore the beautiful barrier islands and the waters of Estero Bay. Field and beach trips will introduce campers to sea grass communities, plankton populations, mangrove tangles and bird nesting areas. Our staff state-certified teachers offers a wide diversity of expertise providing highly personalized instruction. See more here!
Edison Ford Inventor’s Camp– Edison Ford is a living lab, where each project or activity challenges campers in the sciences, art, history and nature to ask questions and discover the answers for themselves while having fun! See more here!
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