July 10-28 for Children Ages 4-9 years
Come experience the magic of summer at Meadowbrook Waldorf School. Our outdoor summer camp is held for three weeks in July–the perfect time to be outside and exploring our forest and streams. Children ages 4-9 are welcome to attend this program designed to explore the natural world while having fun together. Hiking, baking, painting, singing, climbing–all the summer essentials!
Children will arrive each morning greeted by teachers in our wooded play yard to settle in for the day. Hiking, cooking, playing, crafting, singing, and joy will fill the morning, working up an appetite for a healthy snack. Children will play with others their own age in thoughtful, creative ways. Lunch and rest will transition everyone into the afternoon hours. Staying cool with continuing creative endeavors will fill the afternoon and the end of the day will sneak up on the children.
Every day will consist of the same rhythm of events, with each event offering new fun. The week’s activities will reflect one of three themes: Kings, Queens and Royal Things, Woodland Animals, and the Magic of the Sea.
This summer camp is for CHILDREN AGES 4-9 and runs FROM JULY 10 – JULY 28 with one week sessions. CAMP HOURS are 8am to 4pm, Monday-Friday. Snack will be provided once per day, while parents will pack a healthy lunch and additional snack.
Pricing Information: The cost of summer camp is $250 per week, per child. Checks can be made payable to Meadowbrook Waldorf School. All payments are nonrefundable.
Registration Deadline: Forms and payment must be received by May 1, 2017.
To register for summer camp:
Email completed forms to email@example.com and submit payment by mail to: Meadowbrook Waldorf School, 300 Kingstown Road, West Kingston, RI 02892
Or drop completed forms and payment to the Meadowbrook Waldorf School front desk.
QUESTIONS: Email Jocelyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome Jocelyn Auld back to Meadowbrook Waldorf School as our Summer Camp Director. Jocelyn holds a BS in Elementary Education & Fine Arts from the University of Rhode Island, and has worked in Early Childhood and with Grades children. She feels a deep connection to the educational practices of Waldorf Education and has worked in summer camps every summer since she was a teen. From counselor to director, Jocelyn has tried it all and loves each new adventure!