A Summer Full Of Learning And Fun

Plenty Of Time Outside, Learning Opportunities, Fun Themes, And Teacher Guidance

Summer Camp | 6-10 years | Serving Noblesville, IN

Summer Camp Is From June 7th to July 31th

BONUS! $75 Off

Until April 23, 2021

Fun And Learning Go Hand-In-Hand For Summer

Summer doesn’t mean the learning stops! Your child has a summer full of sharpening their cognitive skills and having the time of their lives. Blending traditional education with creative play prepares them for a successful school year.

Ample Outside Time Each Day To Explore

Children have access to a natural classroom during their outside time. They get to run, jump, and play with freedom, and connect to the nature around them. Time spent outside is healthy for everyone, and children love the outdoors.

Tasty Meals And Snacks Are Provided Daily And Stress-Free

Your child will receive yummy, healthy meals and snacks each day. Children learn and play better when they’re fed, and you never have to worry about packing anything extra so that they receive the nutrients they need.

Expert Teachers Guide Your Child's Learning

Dedicated, passionate, and experienced teachers help guide your child’s learning throughout the summer. They focus on making sure your child doesn’t forget what they learned until that point while getting them ready for their next steps.

Camp Themes Keep Your Child Engaged

Campers have exciting and creative themes throughout the summer that make their experience a memorable one. Activities, lessons, projects, and play based on fun themes spark your child’s creativity and encourages discovery each day.

An Environment Perfect For New Friendships

Your child spends their summer building healthy friendships with their peers! They learn the basics of healthy relationship building, and they create memories with other children who are just as excited to connect with them.

Your Child Hones Their Social-Emotional Skills

Summer is the perfect time to pour into your child’s social-emotional development. Learning concepts like showing respect, empathy, and sharing helps your child mature and feel empowered as they prepare for another academic school year.

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