“Mom, I’m bored.”
Ever hear these words during the summer?
Never again! When your child attends the fun, productive, and educational summer camp here at Kids Farm Academy, they’ll have so much fun every day, they won’t be able to contain their enthusiasm.
Check out the schedule below for our 2019 Summer Camp and enroll your child today!
SUMMER CAMP 2019
Your kids will love the summer camp we have planned for this year. It will be a time spent with friends—old and new—having fun, taking on projects, discovering new places and experiencing new things.
This year, our summer camp for kids has chosen the theme…
Who doesn’t love construction? Kids and adults alike love building things, and that’s just what your children will get to do all summer this year’s summer camp in Davidsonville. Your boys and girls will be fascinated as they get to participate in the following activities:
There will be no lack of good, old-fashioned fun at summer camp, too.
ZUMBA AND YOGA FOR KIDS
We practice fitness, too! While there’s a place for mentally stimulating activities, the summer should also be a chance for your child to grow stronger, attain more balance, and improve gross motor skills and sports ability. One of the ways we do this is through our Zumba and Yoga for Kids program. Your children will laugh and move without even realizing they’re working their bodies in targeted ways that boost their development.
Expand your child’s horizons and bring out the wonder with the kinds of activities they will LOVE!
OUR SCHEDULE / NITTY GRITTY DETAILS
When is it? (Dates & Times)
- The dates of our summer camp are June 12 – August 25
- Summer camp fits your work schedule! Drop off as early as 6:00 am, and pick up by 6:30 pm.
What age children do you accept?
Children as young as two can come to our summer camp! Yes, it’s a preschool summer camp, too! Twos, Threes, and Fours will each have classes with kids the exact same age. Kids age five and up will join us in larger age ranges and will be in classes with around 20 kids each.
Is it only for kids enrolled in the daycare, or for anyone in the community?