EverWonder Camps will hold half-day programs for preschoolers (ages 3-Rising K) and full-day programs for elementary aged children (Rising K-5) throughout the summer. Registration begins at noon on Monday, February 13. Preschool: EverWonder where your preschooler can have a fun and enriching half-day summer camp experience? We will be holding our tot camps at two locations in Arlington this summer, Mount Olivet Church and Faith Lutheran Church. Our camps start the week of June 11th and run through the week of August 20th. Specific locations are listed underneath our camp themes on our website. Weekly themes include Wild About the Zoo, Storybook STEAM, Rockin’ in the Rainforest, Everyday Heroes, STEAM Wars- aka LEGO® Star Wars, Carnival, Lots and lots of LEGO® and LEGO® Friends, Sensing STEAM, Little Builders and so much more. We’ll have weekly assemblies with favorite children’s performers including The Great Zucchini, Bob Brown Puppets, Groovy Nate and more! Camp hours are 9:30-1:30 with optional stay and play” from 1:30-2:15. Weekly enrollment. Register early (before February 27) and/or for multiple weeks to save up to $50 per week of camp. Elementary Age: Our camps will be held at Mount Olivet Church and Faith Lutheran Church. Our camps will run the weeks of June 25th, July 2nd, July 9th, August 6th, August 13th and August 20th. Specific locations and addresses are listed underneath our camp themes on our website. Weekly themes include STEAM Wars- aka LEGO® Star Wars, Mish Mash (a week of a combination of our campers’ favorite themes), LEGO® Palooza, Summertime STEAM, Sensing STEAM, Rockin’ in the Rainforest and more! Core hours are 9-4 with early care available from 8-9 and after care available from 3-6. Daily registration. Purchase EverWonder Insider Rewards (siblings may share) to save $5, $10 or $15 per day of camp. Email us to find out more. We also have programs at Beauvoir, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School, The Langley School and The Madeira School. You will find more information and registration on their websites.”
This program strengthens skills children developed during the academic year and acquaints incoming students to the Montessori classroom.