Play & Learn 4/5’s Camp
Storytelling With Nature
designed especially for 4-5 year olds
a four day camp June 24th – 27th | 9:30am -12:00pm
Is there a fairy in my garden? Who puts the forest to sleep ?
Children create art with natural materials and then spin their own fairy tales.
Play & Learn is designed to build socioemotional and self-regulation skills through active engagement with campmates, materials, books, pretend play, and projects.
Play Coaches will use guided play to encourage creativity, problem-solving, collaboration, and a love of tinkering and experimenting within each of our weekly explorations.
Expect your child to be given the opportunity and support to believe in their own growth mindset. Anything is possible!
What to expect during a typical camp day:
Dropoff- Separation may be an anxious time. Whitney will work through this time by introducing transitional activities to ease children into camp. Parent’s will also be provided guidance on dropoff preparedness activities you can do at home before arriving.
Meeting- Campers will come together for songs and introductions to help them engage & prepare for the day’s activities
Activity- Each day of camp will provide an opportunity to tell a story inspired by author Tracey Kane’s ‘The Fairy House’ series.
Snack- Campers will be provided a snack of goldfish & water. Children with allergies or dietary restrictions will be offered a substitution upon parent guidance.
Exploring- Campers will be provided time to create, build & work on their very own fairy door to take home at the completion of camp.
Goodbye- Before pickup campers will come together for a round of goodbyes and closure of the day’s activity
Pickup- Caregivers will meet their campers in the studio, chat with Whitney, signout & gather their belongings.
Stay & Play- Campers are welcome to stay & play in the cafe for $5 for the remainder of the afternoon.
$175 | $20 sibling discount
Camp limited to 10 children
Toileting & Accidents
Children must be potty trained or in a pull-up during camp. Parents will be notified of all accidents and will need to return if a change is necessary.
Snacks & Drinks
Each child should bring a water bottle to camp. A snack of Goldfish Crackers will be provided. Alternatives if needed: Cheese Sticks, Veggie Straws or a Clementine Cutie. Please notify the Play Coach at drop-off of dietary needs/allergies
Staff may not administer OTC medications. If you send a rescue medication it must be handed to the Play Coach at which point it will be stored safely. It must be taken with you at pickup.
A child should not attend camp if they have had a fever over 101, diarrhea or vomiting within 48 hours of camp start. Children exhibiting signs of illness during camp will be sent home.
Parents of a child exhibiting behavior that is disruptive to other campers will be notified immediately. Parent may be asked to return.
Parent & then emergency contacts will be notified. If our staff feels it necessary to call 911 they will be dispatched and care provided per their guidance.
Drop-off is at 9:30am
-Arrive 5 minutes early to use the restroom, wash hands & check-in
-Check-in at the front desk and head into The Learning Studio where you will sign-in with your Play Coach
-All belongings will remain with campers in The Learning Studio
-We recommend arriving within 5 minutes of camp start time and reserving time to play when camp ends
-Parents/caregivers are welcome to remain on-site and enjoy the cafe.
Pickup is at 12:00pm
-Enter The Learning Studio to pickup your camper
-Sign out with Play Coach & gather personal belongings
-Check-in at the front desk if you would like to Stay & Play
Late Pickups will be charged $5/minute after 10 minutes of camp ending
Questions about age or camp readiness?
Direct all inquiries to our play coaches by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Jun 25
- 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM