*New* School’s Out Camps!
Are you looking for childcare on days that your school district has no school? You’re in luck! With our new year round “school’s out” camps, we have you covered!
We are excited to announce that we are now offering special camps on days that school is scheduled to be out during the school year. Unless otherwise noted, these camps will be 4 hours, from 10:00am – 2:00pm, and will include our current class offerings (station play in the forest, an educational outdoor curriculum, hiking, and hands-on learning) in addition to yoga, and more detailed and in-depth time spent in art and science experiments. The cost is $75($525 for Spring Break Camp) and includes lunch. These classes are open to everyone ages 5 – 10, so if you have friends or siblings who have been interested in joining us, this would be a great way to try a class out! To join us for one of the classes listed below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 16(Monday)$75: This class will focus on the identification of our local fungi and mosses, and will include a living moss fairy garden or moss wall that the students will make, as well as a fun take on mushroom spore print art.
March 10 (LWSD LEAP Day, Friday)$75: Our Feathered Friends: So many feathered friends call our campus home, can we spot them all? We will be building birdhouses to take home and exploring the forest with binoculars in search of our resident owls, woodpeckers, falcons, and songbirds.
April 10 – 14 (*FULL DAY: 10:00am – 4:00pm*Spring Break): $525 – Give your a child a memorable spring break experience with friends at Tike Hikes! This is camp is a FULL day of fun on the farm and in the forest. Students will get first hand experience grooming and feeding farm animals, hatching chicks, gathering eggs from the chicken coop, and studying our native plants and animals in the forest.
May 26 (LWSD LEAP Day, Friday)$75: A Day with Dinosaurs: Join us on a Jurassic sized adventure where we will assemble (scale) dinosaur fossils, study real fossils that Teacher Amanda has excavated, learn all about our local plants and their prehistoric relatives, and finish with a craft with our modern day dinosaurs – our chickens!