1857 Curlew Road, Palm Harbor FL 34683 727-786-8311

2019 Summer Magic Camp

Waldorf inspired summer camps are offered during the summer months on Suncoast Waldorf School’s oak-shaded campus. This year’s camps will include options for Early Childhood and the Grades children. Our camps run from July 1st through August 2nd with weekly themed activities and projects that encompass indoor and outdoor activities, water fun and a group bonfire or picnic lunch on Fridays. The classrooms will enjoy a faux campfire for a relaxing “camping” feel.

Merrily We Meet Summer Magic Garden–Ages 19 months-3 years
Our summer session of Parent-Child classes includes outdoor water play, bubble games, bread baking, butter churning, ice cream making, indoor play, water color painting, enchanting puppet plays, and toy making for parents.
4 weeks, beginning WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th 9:30am-noon

Summergarden Early Childhood Camps (age 3.5* – 5) run from 9:00am to 12:30pm, Monday through Friday with an option to sign-up for aftercare until 3:00pm.  A healthy homemade snack is provided daily. For full-day enrollments, families will need to provide a healthy lunch and bring a water bottle from home. *Children must turn 3.5 by May 31st.
Half-day: $150
Full-day: $200

Grades Camps (age 6-8 and 9-11) run from 9:00am to 3:00pm, Monday through Friday. Materials provided. Rising 1st and 2nd Graders will be accepted into the younger group and the older group is for Rising 3rd – 5th graders
Full-day: $200

 


SUMMER CAMP THEMES

Farm to Table Cooking Camp

July 1st – 5th*

*Prorated; no camp on July 4th

Summergarden:  Young campers will experience a home like environment. Activities include outdoor play, water play, nature walks, baking, picnics, seasonal circle time, story, arts and crafts (opportunities for crafts include: yarn, wet felting, painting, papercraft, sewing, fairy gardens and more throughout the weeks).

Ages 6-8 and 9-11: Campers will explore our on-campus garden and discover the many fruits and vegetables that can be grown and harvested locally. During “camp fire” discussions, we will talk about the journey between farm and table; ending the week with a homemade meal and beautiful presentation to share together.

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Adventures in Art

July 8 – 12

Summergarden:  Young campers will experience a home like environment. Activities include outdoor play, water play, nature walks, baking, picnics, seasonal circle time, story, arts and crafts (opportunities for crafts include: yarn, wet felting, painting, papercraft, sewing, fairy gardens and more throughout the weeks).

Ages 6-8 and 9-11: Children will have the opportunity to discover and experiment with several art crafting methods. They will learn basic techniques with a variety of media and materials! Past camps have included acrylic and wet-on-wet watercolor painting, sculpting with beeswax and clay, papier-mâché, wet felting, and needle sewing. Children who engage in the activities may have projects to bring home at the end of the week.

This session includes a daily 25min ukulele lesson for 9-11 year olds! Parents will enjoy a music sharing sing-along on Friday before dismissal.

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Woodcraft

July 15-19

Summergarden:  Young campers will experience a home like environment. Activities include outdoor play, water play, nature walks, baking, picnics, seasonal circle time, story, arts and crafts (opportunities for crafts include: yarn, wet felting, painting, papercraft, sewing, fairy gardens and more throughout the weeks).

Ages 6-8 and 9-11: While using traditional hand tools to cut and prep the wood, children will learn how to design and construct a project from start to finish. Children will develop practical woodworking skills and gain confidence to tackle do-it-yourself projects at home.

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Fiber Arts

July 22-26

Summergarden:   Young campers will experience a home like environment. Activities include outdoor play, water play, nature walks, baking, picnics, seasonal circle time, story, arts and crafts (opportunities for crafts include: yarn, wet felting, painting, papercraft, sewing, fairy gardens and more throughout the weeks).

Ages 6-8 and 9-11:  Our fiber arts camp will offer the grades children an experience with various fibers and techniques. Past activities have included weaving, macramé, wet felting, simple knitting and/or crochet. This camp is sure to inspire creative minds.

This session includes a daily 25min ukulele lesson for 9-11 year olds! Parents will enjoy a music sharing sing-along on Friday before dismissal.

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Theater Arts

July 29-August 2

Summergarden: Young campers will experience a home like environment. Activities include outdoor play, water play, nature walks, baking, picnics, seasonal circle time, story, arts and crafts (opportunities for crafts include: yarn, wet felting, painting, papercraft, sewing, fairy gardens and more throughout the weeks).

Ages 6-8 and 9-11: Campers will experience a fun filled week while experimenting with different forms of traditional theater arts. Throughout the week, the classes will explore performance, prop design, and costume design.

This session includes a daily 25min class of “Ukulele Fun” for 6-8 year olds. Parents will enjoy a music sharing sing-along on Friday before dismissal.

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