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Camp Descriptions and Fees

Handwriting Camps  
Fearless Fingers!

July 15-19 (K-1st grade)
July 22-26 (2nd grade and up)
Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 12:00pm
 
These camps (3-5 children) support development of hand skills, pencil grasp, letter formation and legible handwriting. The emphasis of the groups is to sustain skills learned during the school year and to prepare children to expand their handwriting proficiency as they move forward to the next grade level this fall.

This camp is designed for children who are familiar with both upper and lower case letter formations and need extra practice with the mechanics of handwriting and legible printing. Each class will begin with multi-sensory activities to increase body awareness, develop postural control and prepare the child to engage in tabletop tasks. Activities will follow that are designed to promote progress in developmental hand skills, functional grasp and positioning. The group will provide a review of correct sequencing of strokes for forming numbers and upper/lower case letters, as well as alignment to the writing line, size and spacing. Families will be given suggestions for supplemental home activities to assist in skill development and maintenance. Fee: $680 per child, per week (includes $15 materials fee).


  
Social Skills, Sensory and Emotional Regulation Camps
Ready, Set, Regulate!

August 5-9 (K-1st grade)
July 8-12 (2nd grade and up)

Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 12:00pm


These camps (3-5 children) will facilitate development in the areas of sensory processing, gross motor coordination, fine motor coordination, self-help skills and communication skills. The camps will concurrently facilitate social development, targeting skills such as getting along with others, learning acceptable ways of expressing strong feelings, extending attention levels and building a strong self-image through successful experiences. Fee: $680 per child, per week (includes $15 materials fee).


  
Food Camp for Picky Eaters
July 1 - August 5 (one day per week for 6 weeks)
Mondays, 11:00 pm - 1:00 pm 

Does your child eat fewer than 20 different foods? Eats foods that are different from what the rest of the family eats? Refuses entire categories of food textures or nutrition groups? Are mealtimes frequently a negative experience? Does your child "fall apart" when presented with new foods? If these things are true for your child, he/she may benefit from participation with peers in a feeding camp. Our approach is to increase a child's comfort level by exploring and learning about the different properties of food and allowing children to interact with food in a playful, non-stressful way.  Fee: $680 per child (includes $15 materials fee).