Calling all junior adventurers for another summer of discoveries! In this half-day camp, your sons will enjoy all that The Heights campus has to offer. With beautiful stands of native tree species, numerous bird boxes, and a room full of past discoveries, there will be no lack for exciting new areas of learning.
Two days will be dedicated to the animal kingdom – mammals, insects, reptiles and more. Another will focus on seeds and plants. – we can’t live without them! Two days will also be devoted to experiments and discovery, bringing their knowledge to life.
In the course of daily adventures around campus, campers will climb the trees they’ve heard about and capture the insects they’ve drawn. With a takehome booklet filled with artistic learning exercises, your son will be drawing on his discoveries from this camp for years to come!
Dates: July 8-12
Hours: 9:00 – 12:00
Ages: Boys, ages 4 – 6
Staff: Peter Vitz, 4th grade homeroom teacher, has taught natural history at The Heights for 5 years.
Contact: Peter Vitz at The Heights School, firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes: Usual dress is normal summer attire. Boys should bring a small snack and a bag lunch.